World’s Oldest Bread 14,500 years Found in Jordan

World's Oldest Bread 14,500 years Found in JordanThe remaining bread crumbs in a 14,500-year-old fireplace are believed to have revealed the ancient human habit of processing food.

The ancient stove was found north of Jordan. Historical researchers also believe that early humans began to process food before they found farming and farming techniques.

Although not yet perfect, but fractions of processed foods that show that early humans in the Eastern Mediterranean became the originator of the creation of bread.

Rat bread found based on wheat and wild grass seeds such as barley and einkorn.

All three materials are finely crushed and printed to resemble a wide ribbon bread.

Historical researchers estimate that the Natufians who often move to create the recipes of bread.

“The discovery of these bread crumbs is very surprising,” said one member of the research group from the University of Copenhagen, Amaia Arranz-Otaegui.

Arranz-Otaegui said earlier that the history of bread is linked to the history of farming or farming, after the discovery of a 9.100 year old bread in Turkey.

“This discovery is an indication that bread is the first processed food of humans, even before they harvest the crops or fields,” he said.

Another researcher, Tobias Richter, said that bread used the Natufians as a hungrier barrier when they were traveling or in the dry season.

“Bread is made to contain carbohydrates and other essential nutrients, such as Vitamin B, iron, magnesium and natural fiber,” he said.

The group of researchers tried to cook back “ancient bread” according to the Natufians Tribe recipe.

But Arranz-Otaegui reveals that the taste may not be as good as the bread of today.

“It tastes salty and the texture is tough, but there is a slightly sweet taste,” he said.