Human progress and productivity gave us more time to watch cooking shows

For most of human history, the average person spent much of their day trying to produce enough food to survive. Even in the mid-1800s 90 percent of Americans were farmers.
But that was soon to change, and by the 1870 census farmers dropped to a minority at 47.7 percent of all employed persons. Continue Reading…
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