Chími Nu'am (Kobo eBook)

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  • The first cookbook on Native Californian cuisine, a touchstone amid a growing interest and overall revitalization in Native foodways.
  • The book is organized into seasons with both traditional and contemporary recipes, and it also contains a gathering guide and instructions on traditional harvest and preservation methods, setting it apart from a standard cookbook. Examples include an acorn guide and nettle dehydration techniques, as well as an equipment guide.
  • Around 70 recipes in total including acorn miso, wild boar pozole, wildflower spring rolls, and pine pollen cacio e pepe.
  • Absolutely for the audience that adores The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen by Sean Sherman.
  • The entire book is written in context, and with deep concern for, land preservation and diet decolonization, which the author outlines in the book's introduction.
  • There is a lot of interest and popularity in the subject of native plants, foods, and traditional healing practices. This book project also appeals to the public urgency for sustainability.
  • Offers something for readers who are interested in foraging, cooking, or simply learning about California Indian culture.
Product Details
ISBN-13: 9781597146166
Publisher: Heyday
Publication Date: September 5th, 2023