When Fire Met Food,The Brains of Early Humans Got Bigger

NPR- October 24, 2012

What scientists conclude is that cooking made food easier to chew and digest. Moreover, cooking releases more calories to the body in some cases. And it makes old meat that a dog wouldn’t eat go down a little easier. The same benefits of cooking goes for tubers and veggies, too.(Read full story here.)

“Cooking” improves us-but, does that include
That box in the freezer called “frozen food?”

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