To some, North American Indian cooking seems bland. But the native cooks of this country used what was at hand and took care to conserve their food sources so that there would always be plenty for generations which followed. They did not eat for sheer pleasure; they ate to survive, they ate what the land offered, and they season it with spirit.
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About the Author
I am an award-winning author of more than twenty-three books, a Rocky Mountain herbalist, and naturalist. As an independent business woman I own From The Forest, an herbal business that specialized in apprentice training as well as seminars and educational programs. My hobbies include hiking, camping, cross-country skiing, and gardening ~ enjoying the great outdoor opportunities provided by my central Idaho setting. Aside from my eBooks, I currently have three books published by Caxton Printers, Ltd., (Basque Cooking and Lore; River Tales of Idaho and The Rocky Mountain Wild Foods Cookbook) plus two recently published titles, Healing Plants of the Rocky Mountains and McCall's Historic Shore Lodge.