Nourishing the Body and our Roots
March 4, 2011
"You're not doing traditional activities by grabbing a burger at McDonald’s."
Tite McKenzie, Innu
For Tite McKenzie, woodland food is at the heart of Indigenous cultures. It’s not only about the food we eat, but how we get it. In the territory, if you want fish, you have to go fishing, if you want hare, you set snares. By practising these traditional activities, we’re reconnecting with our roots and with what our ancestors ate. The dishes prepared are even more nutritious.
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