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The Bread of a Tribe

 


Every nation in Indian Country has their own recipe for bread—many are a variation of cornbread. While breads are often geographically identified, the different types of bread are generally shared by all. Here in the Northeast, we love our johnnycakes and nut breads, wild rice bread, appones and pumpkin bread. The Southeast commonly uses hominy, sweet potatoes, and many other combinations. Bannock shines in the Plains, as tortillas of every shape and size rule in the Southwest, as does Buckskin bread in the Northwest.

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