Cheesemaking Goes Back 7.5K Years

Earliest pots used in process are found in modern Poland

By John Johnson,  Newser Staff

Posted Dec 13, 2012 12:32 PM CST

(Newser) – Residents of what is now Poland figured out how to make cheese about 7,500 years ago, reports the BBC. Archeologists have determined that clay vessels unearthed near a river were used to separate curds from whey, a key step in the process. The finding...   Read full story »


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