Gap Fill - Bread Recipe - Level 1


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Researchers found 24 breadcrumbs from the world's oldest bread. They found on a in Jordan. They were burnt, which is they have survived. The crumbs are about 14,000 years . This means Stone Age who lived from 12,500 to 9,500 B.C. were baking bread. This is 4,000 years than we thought. They were -gatherers. The people lived thousands of years before humans became .

The breadcrumbs were made from , wheat and oats. The bread took a time to make. The ancient made and mixed it with . After that, they baked it in hot or on a hot stone. The bread looked like flat pitta bread. Another said the bread could be a why the agricultural revolution started. Stone Age people understood it was to farm the wheat instead of getting it from the .

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