Ged Ged Code of Conduct

Ged Ged Code of Conduct

The food of Native Americans – Recipes and native cooking cover a wide spectrum. In the east, south, west and northern areas each with their own native food resources. This report covers the Western Plains Indians, especially Lakota (Sioux). Many methods and techniques of cooking aren’t used except on rare occasions when it would be required by a service. In service, the food buried in the floor over hot coals or is cooked outside over hot coals. Originally vessels were containers.

Stones have been added to heat to the mixture. Produce and most meats were dried. This method worked well because the components were dried there was not any “cooking”, only a heating of ingredients. Most foods have been eaten raw or dried because the process of building a fire uses a whole lot of wood and is time-consuming. The foods were lacking in taste or not dull. They were blended with other ingredients. A good example of this is exactly what a lot of folks understand as “Pemmican“.

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