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Re: Local food culture
« Reply #15 on: July 12, 2021, 04:22:59 pm »
On the prairies, there are wild berries like saskatoons that I donít think grow anywhere else. When I was a kid at my summer cottage on Lake Winnipeg, there were bushes of them, along with wild raspberries and plums and mushrooms. There still are, but they're harder to find now. We borrow and adapt food from home cultures too, like perogies, which are a Manitoba staple because of all the Ukrainians. Lots of people eat Bannock too, which is an indigenous bread that can be really good.
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