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'It healed me': the Indigenous forager reconnecting Native Americans with their roots
by Samuel Gilbert in Bylas, Arizona, on the San Carlos Apache Reservation, with photographs by Gabriela Campos
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3 June 2023
On 3 June 2023 The Guardian reported:
Twila Cassadore hopes teaching Western Apache traditional foodways can aid mental, emotional and spiritual health Foraged food accounted for up to 50 percent of the Western Apache diet in pre-reservation times. ...Along with foraging, Cassadore has interviewed more than 100 elders to help identify more than 200 wild edible plants and hundreds of traditional recipes, like acorn soup and agave pie with crust made from foraged seeds.
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