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The first cheese was made in Poland?


f stop 25 | 2,513
12 Aug 2013 #1
It looks like the first cheese was made by Polish ancestors: nature.com/news/art-of-cheese-making-is-7-500-years-old-1.12020
Monitor 14 | 1,820
12 Aug 2013 #2
7500 is so long time, that they could write that our ancestors monkeys used spears as first.
TheOther 5 | 3,831
12 Aug 2013 #3
It looks like the first cheese was made by Polish ancestors:

Quote:
"He noticed that archaeologists working at ancient cattle-rearing sites in what is now Poland..."

You want to claim that the Neanderthals were Polish, too? ;)
pawian 161 | 9,971
15 Aug 2013 #4
You want to claim that the Neanderthals were Polish, too? ;)

Yes, that sort of claim suggests that the poster who started this thread is historically impaired and we can discuss if this fact is a curse or blessing for her. :):):)
Nile 1 | 155
15 Aug 2013 #5
People who actually took this seriously should get their heads examined.
pawian 161 | 9,971
15 Aug 2013 #6
Yes, f stop is going for thourough check-up tomorrow.....
OP f stop 25 | 2,513
15 Aug 2013 #7
B1tch and whine, b1tch and whine you all!
Ogorki - | 115
16 Mar 2014 #8
You want to claim that the Neanderthals were Polish, too? ;)

...before Poland - this land was nothing but land - apparently inhabited by "cheese making" humans. There is nothing to suggest that these "cheese making" humans moved away - but remained on this land - so therefore technically they are Polish - as this land is now Poland - and has been nothing else previously. No other earlier evidence of "cheese making" humans has been found so therefore - they are assumed as "first" ;)


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