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Prehistoric culinary workshop - Neolithic cuisine

But what could prehistoric dwelers have eaten in the Balmes cave? This workshop for the whole family will allow you to discover it. Together, you will prepare two recipes that will take you on a great journey through time.

Cultural Prehistoric culinary workshop - Neolithic cuisine Val-Cenis

About

On Thursday 21 July 2022 from 09:00:00 in 12:00:00
Val-Cenis (73500)
Animals not allowed

We do not necessarily think so, but the diet of the inhabitants of the Balmes cave was varied. Einkorn, barley, peas (our peas!), lentils or beans were eaten, most often in the form of porridge. As for meat, we find mutton, goat, beef and pork of course, but, more surprisingly, paleontologists have discovered the bones of no less than thirty different species, from chamois to squirrel...

Prices

Free of charge.

Methods of payment accepted : Cash, Chèques Vacances, Check, Bank/credit card

Reception

Open to children
Animals not allowed
Languages spoken : French

Dates

Thursday 21 July 2022 between 9 am and 12 pm.

Thursday 11 August 2022 between 9 am and 12 pm.

Access

Services Rue du Châtel Sollières Envers Sollières-Sardières 73500 Val-Cenis

More informations

Information update on 28/03/2022 by Haute Maurienne Vanoise Tourisme