With Lamb, Coriander, and Leek, These Decoded Babylonian Recipes Reveal Ancient Cultural Traditions Alive TodayAndy Corbleyon Febbraio 11, 2021 at 4:30 pm on Febbraio 11, 2021 at 4:30 pm on Febbraio 11, 2021 at 4:30 pm All News – Good News Network

The world’s oldest recipes, eating habits, and even culinary culture have been decoded by Babylonian scholars at Yale. The four dishes, recreated by measuring ingredient portions in a scientifically averaged way, turned out to be different types of lamb stew, and connects culinary traditions in modern Iraq, Iran, and Syria to their Mesopotamian ancestors. Aromatic […]

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The world’s oldest recipes, eating habits, and even culinary culture have been decoded by Babylonian scholars at Yale. The four dishes, recreated by measuring ingredient portions in a scientifically averaged way, turned out to be different types of lamb stew, and connects culinary traditions in modern Iraq, Iran, and Syria to their Mesopotamian ancestors. Aromatic
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