This 8600-year-old bread dating back to 6600 BC dubbed as world’s oldest

Apart from the wheat, the archaeological team has also recovered wheat, barley, pea seeds and other things at the site, which are presumed to be the food in those days.

The place in Turkey where the bread dough was recovered from

Dubbed as the world’s oldest, archeologists have reportedly recovered a bread that dates back to 6,600 BC. The uncooked bread, left by a baker in Turkey, was found near an oven structure in the ‘Mekan 66’ area.

As per reports, a baker mixed flour and water to make bread dough, but left it without baking 8,600 years ago. The bread left uncooked by the baker in the oven in Turkey has been recovered and has now been dubbed as the world’s oldest by archaeologists.