Myth Busting Bannock

Myth Busting Bannock

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John Ahni Schertow
August 11, 2014
 

Think bannock is a traditional food? Think again. In this video, Dr. Evan Adams from the Sliammon First Nation explores the history of bannock and its pre-colonial equivalent–made with Corn, Camas root and other cultivated foods.

A Frog Girl Films production.

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