No word on how they prepared the dish but we’re betting on raw or roasted.
Animal bones uncovered and studied in Kenya indicate that our early ancestors loved to eat antelope and wildebeest brains.
They also had a taste for gazelle meat.
Science News is reporting that our forefathers were pretty handy with a knife.
Research shows they cut the animals into usable parts and then took the meatiest bones and sections for food.
Other findings seem to show that the early humans savaged the bodies of creatures killed by other animals and scooped out the brains for food as well.
Scientists think the brains, which are so rich in nutrients, played a big part in helping early man become bigger and stronger.