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Discovery is attributed to happy accident. Boiling was no accident. It was a carefully considered process achieved with tools crafted specifically for the purpose. Discovery early primitive methods "Although the accidental discovery of roasting would have been perfectly feasible in the primitive world, boiling was.
Your librarian will be happy to help you find a copy. "Homo erecutus may have used fire to a very limited extent some 300,000 years ago, but the evidence is sparse and questionable. Fire's general use, according to both paleontological and archaeolgical records, began only.
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Then he poured in large quantities of water, presumably transported in skin bags. Other stones were heated in the campfire and manhandled by some unspecified means (possibly on the bat-and-ball principle) into the water to bring it to a simmer. The food was then added.
It is, of course, impossible to gauge with any certainty as what stage in the million of years of human evolution the quest for a much wider food horizon began. Probably the utilization of new vegetable foodstuffs was a gradual development; it would obviously vary.
However, she says, we transform food on a different level. The human species prepares its food by d combines e proposes that the culinary act distinguishes the human species, and is not just a symbol of, but a factor in, that very oking is highly.
People have long used fire to harden wooden weapons, and to keep warm at night. But even these uses, while not cooking in the narrow sense, improve the cooks' supplies, expanding the human niche." - A History of Cooks and Cooking, Michael Symons University of.
Before the domestication of animals, it is unlikely that potential vegetable food would have been given to any other animal species first, to see what effect these would have (perhaps one of the earliest functions of the dog, besides scavenging, was an 'experimental' animal to.
Whether or not it came as a gastronomic revelation can only be guessed at, but since heat helps to release protein and carbohydrate as well as break down fibre, cooking increases the nutritive value of many foods and makes edible some that would otherwise be.