Want to eat like your distant ancestors? Try the gazelle tartare or the luau mammoth! You'll discover these recipes and more in our Time Traveler's Cookbook.
For the next few days, NPR will be taking a closer look at meat consumption in America; we're calling it "Meat Week." One of our stories is about a recent interest in replicating the Paleolithic diet. Well, if you really want to eat like our distant ancestors, we have just the "cookbook" for you. Our tongue-in-cheek recipes — which we based on archeological digs and actual historical texts — trace humanity's changing relationship with meat. Current relationship status? It's complicated. (Scroll down to read more or click the link below to download a pdf version.)
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