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Our Daily Bread: What are we eating?

Join archaeobotanist Professor Martin Jones, plant scientist Dr Lydia Smith, and a local artisan baker Alison McTaggart for a lively discussion about our daily bread and to ask the question: what are we eating and how has it changed over time?
When Mar 14, 2017
from 05:30 PM to 06:30 PM
Where Department of Plant Sciences Main Lecture Theatre, University of Cambridge
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Bread

Bread is a staple food that has been eaten around the world throughout recorded history. Since the invention of the Chorleywood process in 1960’s, modern ingredients and methods of mass production have completely transformed it.

This public event is part of the Cambridge Science Festival 2017. Come prepared for a lively discussion!

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