Ancient Unbaked Bread in Turkey Recognized as World’s Oldest

Archaeologists unearthed 8,600-year-old unbaked bread in Turkey’s Mekan 66 area, dubbing it the world’s oldest. Discovered alongside a furnace structure, the bread, dating back to 6,600 BC, provides insights into early culinary practices. Analysis revealed it was mixed with water and flour, fermented, but never baked. This significant find sheds light on ancient food preparation methods.

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Srinagar on Track to Become World Craft City

Srinagar is being evaluated by the World Crafts Council International to potentially be named a World Craft City. The Kuwait-based organization’s team is currently inspecting