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At the studio dehydrating fingerlimes. Happy for the revival of this delicious food making them more accessible. I only tasted these fruits a few years ago but feel they should be part our regular diet in Australia. #citruscaviar #australianfood #indigenousfood #changingfoodculture @fakinandkeggs

I'm growing a new-to-my-garden heirloom winter squash this year. It's called 'Lakota' and was initially cultivated by Native Americans in the Missouri River Valley, most notably by the Lakota. It was first recorded by white settlers in 1820. My Lakota squash are still young and the skin is yellow. Eventually the skin will turn a deep orange with green streaks.

The Kikawinaw Mountain Berry cold tea is ready for Taste of Edmonton! 😍@nait @tasteofedm #indigenousfood #yegfood

Getting amazing art done for the restaurant by two talented artists. One step closer to opening! #kukumkitchen #indigenousfood #toronto #indigenous #indigenousart

Wild rice is a grain used in the #indigenousfood movement. You can find @tejalra's story about @siouxchef and a guide to #native ingredients through our profile link. (Photo: @rikkisnyder) #🍚

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Excited and honored to see the Camas bulbs I got to help dig up with @kwiaht cooked & served at The Canoe Journey stop here on the Island.
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This beautiful lily bulb is an indigenous food staple, grown, processed, and nurtured in seaside gardens by countless generations, and Kwiaht has worked hard to help reintroduce it as a food crop out here.
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We harvested them a month early for the Canoe journey and digging them was just as exciting & satisfying as potatoes.
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Cultivating & nurturing the Wild in the fertile intersection of ethnobotany, gardening, & indigenous technology, is a really rad thing to do. If you hail from the Coastal PNW (or even if you dont) follow @kwiaht to discover awesome bioregional knowledge!
#camas
#greatcamas
#indigenousfood
#coastsalishfood
#coastsalishterritory
#Kwiaht

Smokehouse treasures 🤤 #indigenousfood #kingsalmon

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Delicious Aussie produce from T&F All States and Outback Pride.
Finger limes are a fruit that vary in colour, finger limes have the same tangy taste as traditional limes but their flesh is made up of many shiny pearls. Finger limes, a native rainforest fruit are now being harvested commercially. Also known as "citrus caviar", the beads pop in your mouth just like actual caviar with an explosion of citrus flavour. Available from T&F All States in 1kg frozen packs ready to use.
Australian Blood Limes (also known as ‘Australian Red Centre’) are a cross between an acid mandarin and a native finger lime. These petite limes have blood-red rind, flesh and juice.
CSIRO selected and crossed Australian native limes to produce new citrus varieties with their own unique taste.
Australia has several native citrus species, offering unique textures, flavours and Blood Limes have unique flavour and texture of Australian native limes. Available now at T&F All States to add Australian flavour to your menu.
#bloodlimes #aussiebloodlimes #australianbloodlimes #aussielimes #fingerlime #fingerlimes #AustralianRedCentreLimes #australiannativeproduce #australiannativefood #bushfood #bushherbs #bushtucker #australiannativeplants #indigenousfood #nswlargestprovidore #tandfallstates #foodservice

We found one more package of salmon in the freezer. #luckylady #salmon #indigenousfood

The Kikawinaw Mountain Berry cold tea is ready for Taste of Edmonton! 😍@nait @tasteofedm #indigenousfood #yegfood

At NAIT getting ready for Taste of Edmonton! See you July 26 at 5:00pm @nait @tasteofedm #indigenousfood #yegfood #localbusiness

Did you know that Indigenous peoples in present day//occupied México have been eating #Ahuacatl for over 10,000 years? 🥑😋

🌿Native food🌿
Excited and honored to see the Camas bulbs I got to help dig up with @kwiaht cooked & served at The Canoe Journey stop here on the Island.
::
This beautiful lily bulb is an indigenous food staple, grown, processed, and nurtured in seaside gardens by countless generations, and Kwiaht has worked hard to help reintroduce it as a food crop out here.
::
We harvested them a month early for the Canoe journey and digging them was just as exciting & satisfying as potatoes.
::
Cultivating & nurturing the Wild in the fertile intersection of ethnobotany, gardening, & indigenous technology, is a really rad thing to do. If you hail from the Coastal PNW (or even if you dont) follow @kwiaht to discover awesome bioregional knowledge!
#camas
#greatcamas
#indigenousfood
#coastsalishfood
#coastsalishterritory
#Kwiaht

Helped make the biggest serving of "Indian Potatoes" anyone at the end of training feast had seen. Hunted roots, cleaned & fried them in caribou fat. Even got props from the elders. #AlaskaNative #IndigenousFood

I'm growing a new-to-my-garden heirloom winter squash this year. It's called 'Lakota' and was initially cultivated by Native Americans in the Missouri River Valley, most notably by the Lakota. It was first recorded by white settlers in 1820. My Lakota squash are still young and the skin is yellow. Eventually the skin will turn a deep orange with green streaks.

The Power of Four Gala at The Henry Austin earlier this week was a fabulous success and raised much needed funds for Hutt St Centre. The evening was a beautiful collaboration & celebration of local South Australian businesses & we were thrilled to be able to contribute to this project. This fab shot from Kirsty Burns Photo sums up the vibe perfectly!

Organic White Beans with Organic Bacon; Salsa; Organic Quinoa with Local Okra; Fish; Yellow Corn Tortilla; Baked Red Potato & Seasonal Organic Greens~ 🌽🌿🌻

That feeling you get when you cook the food that your ancestors cooked for thousands of years🌵❤️
#nopales #cactuslove #nopalli
#indigenousfood #foodismedicine #foodthatfeedsthesoul #yummy #soohealthy #mydaughterlovesthem

"We didn't have a shop so we get all we need from the nature" Laila explained as she harvests pine bark. The Sami made a wide range of flours from trees, mushrooms and mosses during there summer months in the mountains managing the Reindeer herds.
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#sami #lapland #indigenousfood #native #sweden #scandinavia #scandicuisine #tree #pine #flour #wildfood #foraging

I am a foodie who loves eating traditional/indigenous foods luckily I got the privileged to taste the ' Khurkhul Oak Makhong Thongba / Pork Leg Curry ' today at one of the local vendors while running around for the 4th Edition of Where Have All The Flowers Gone ? If you are coming for this festival then you will have the opportunity to taste lots of food variities you have never tasted. I have never ever eaten such delicious Pork Leg Curry in my life.Do come and experience the different food habits of Khurkhul as a part of the festival.
#wherehavealltheflowersgone4thedition #Khurkhul
#oakmakhongthongba #porklegcurry #indigenousfood
PS - World da punsigi asumaina haoba oak makhong thongba chadri ei ...Maa kasam ♡

When #caribou #drymeat is life. So delicious! Kids hands in the bag right when I took it home. 💖 Ethan got caribou stir fry the first week we got in. Today we got a bag of gold! These are the little moments in life that I love. Food, family, friends, and traditions. Keep it coming 😊😘 #canadian #indigenousfood #expatlife

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