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Food sources of the Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers were wild plants ... of that age and with the emergence of agricultural practices, ...

Stone Age Food | What Did Early Humans Eat | DK Find Out


For most of the Stone Age, humans lived as hunter-gatherers. This means that instead of growing their food, they went out and found it. They hunted and fished  ...

Ancient Craft - Stone Age Food


Stone Age food & recipes presented by James Dilley.

What did Stone Age people eat? | Reference.com


People who lived during the Stone Age ate meat, vegetation and grains. Their diets are likely similar to the diets ... What are some foods from the Paleolithic era ?

Stone Age hunters liked their carbs | ScienceNordic


Jan 4, 2013 ... The Stone Age hunter's food contained large amounts of protein from fish, lean mean, herbs and coarse vegetables and has formed the basis ...

Have a stone age feast:: Time Traveller Kids


Oct 8, 2013 ... In the old stone age (also called the palaeolithic), if you wanted something to eat, you would've ... stone age food, cave man, palaeolithic diet.

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Cooked food was also tender to eat and did not require heavy chewing. More .... The Paleolithic (Stone Age) diet was quite nutritious. The Paleolithic diet was ...

BBC Bitesize - How did Stone Age hunter-gatherers live?


Stone Age hunter-gatherers had to catch or find everything they ate. They moved from place to place in search of food. Early Stone Age people hunted with ...

Food and hunting | Creswell Crags Museum and Visitor Centre ...


Jul 13, 2009 ... Stone Age people during the Ice Age were nomadic. They travelled on foot, possibly over vast areas, to gather and hunt for food, moving ...

Stone Age Chefs Spiced Up Food Even 6,000 Years Ago : The Salt ...


Aug 22, 2013 ... The French may have coined the term "gourmand" a few hundred years ago, but it looks like humans were flexing their foodie muscles ...