Mozambican Grass Seed Consumption During The Middle Stone Age, Science Magazine, 2009.
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Mozambican Grass Seed Consumption During The Middle Stone Age
"A large assemblage of starch granules has been retrieved from the surfaces of Middle Stone Age stone tools from Mozambique, showing that early Homo sapiens relied on grass seeds starting at least 105,000 years ago, including those of sorghum grasses."About 90% of the starch on food processing tools found deep in a cave came from sorghum, a grass still raised for its grain today. Corn, rice, wheat, barley, and sorghum are the top 5 most important cereal grains in the world. They're all grass seeds.