Cooking by Melinda Wenner
Ms. Wenner says that without cooking we humans had to chew raw food.
Cooking softens food and breaks starch and proteins into more digestible molecules .
Cooking gives us more energy and time to form social relationships , to fuel bigger brains and to create divisions of labor according to Mr. Richard Warngham, and anthropologist from Harvard UniversityWranfham thinks that we hammered meat to make it flatter and easier to eat. This caused sparks!
He stated that he learned this through archeological research that humans had theri first roast 1.9 billion years ago...
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