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History of Food: Major Inventions Through History
Judith Jango-Cohen (au)
Did you know that: Hundreds of years ago, sailors on long journeys had to eat rotten food full of worms. A safe way of preserving meat, cheese, and vegetables hadn’t been invented yet. In the 1800s, children often died from drinking milk. No one knew that diseases could spread from cows to people. Before refrigerators were invented, people had big blocks of ice delivered to their houses to keep their food cold. Inventions change the way we live, and they inspire other inventions and improvements. This book takes a look at the major inventions that have changed what and how we eat. A book in the “Major Inventions Through History” series. Photos and drawings. Juvenile audience.
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