Top Menu

Archive | May, 2013

Indigenous Nutrition

This is a great site about the food systems of 12 different Indigenous peoples around the world, including 3 from Canada. There are several great videos from different communities. www.indigenousnutrition.org

Continue Reading 0

Updates from the Wild Foods Programs in the Northwest Territories

I recently travelled to the Northwest Territories to check in with the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) Wild Foods Programs currently running in Fort Providence and Fort Resolution.  In Fort Providence, a small community located on the Mackenzie River, it has been a busy spring as community members and youth from the school […]

Continue Reading 0

Updates from the Wild Foods Programs in the Northwest Territories

I recently travelled to the Northwest Territories to check in with the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) Wild Foods Programs currently running in Fort Providence and Fort Resolution.  In Fort Providence, a small community located on the Mackenzie River, it has been a busy spring as community members and youth from the school […]

Continue Reading 0

Update from Wapekeka First Nation

During the first period of CACO2 funding, members of Wapekeka First Nation offered some great opportunities for members of the community: Ice Fishing as part of a Land Based Healing project: taught individuals how to use the gas powered auger to drill ice holes, taught them how to put bait on their hooks and how […]

Continue Reading 0

Simple Fish Soup

Good day everyone, For this week’s recipe, we propose a new way to prepare your favorite fish. A simple vegetable soup that is a charm to concoct with whatever you have on hand and whatever fish you like.

Continue Reading 0

Cabbage Rolls

Good day everyone! For this new recipe, we wanted to rediscover a comfort food dish: cabbage rolls. Including ground venison meat and maple syrup, we came up with a flavorful combination that is also very affordable. The goal is to recycle weekly ingredients, like old bread, to gain a lot of flavors. 

Continue Reading 0

Beaver, yogurt and paprika

Hello everyone! The wild meat is back with this week’s recipe: a simple way to prepare beaver meat. For a gathering with friends or for a fresh lunch idea, this symbiosis of wild meat flavor and paprika will do the trick!

Continue Reading 0

Powered by WordPress. Designed by WooThemes

IHRG-GRSI

IHRG-GRSI