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Sapiens - Part 1

Do you know how important a cooked meal is?


Biology classes was never my favorite class in high school. I've never been interested in memorizing names of bacteria or plants, perhaps my professors weren't interested in teaching either. However, I was captivated into species evolution, I've tried once to study by myself about this using school books. Did not work. Generally, Brazilian high school books are boring and that time I gave up studying about this.
My interest grew up last years, and this book caught my attention. Why not? Turns out, the book is really great and easy to read.


One thing that ensnared my attention was about cooked meal! Eat cooked meal is such a common thing that I've never thought about the meaning of this. When we began to cook our food? And why? The advent of cooking habit made possible to us eat different types of food, transformed the aliment into something more easy to eat, killed germs and bacteria. Our ancestors could ate healthy food and spend less time than before, when they had to break bones to eat marrow or spend hours chewing raw food.

And today, we evolved our cooking skills to such a high plateau that we can consider it art. Beautiful, isn't?

R3D8 - 100

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