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  • A modern twist on traditional ingredients at the Healthy Roots dinner

    A modern twist on traditional ingredients at the Healthy Roots dinner0

    NEW CREDIT – Before the meal was served at the Healthy Roots dinner last Saturday it was important to take time and give thanks for all that surrounds us — food, water, the earth, air and sky. The three-course meal prepared by Chef Rich Francis and hosted by the Healthy Roots committee (Six Nations Health

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  • Healthy Roots Participants Q & A

    Healthy Roots Participants Q & A0

    Congratulations on reaching the halfway point! Any stories you’d like to share on what you’ve experienced in these 6 weeks? Lori: Thanks. It has been a learning experience for sure. As a family, we have been very strict as to what we use for our meals. The kids often look for something more familiar, and

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  • Our Changing Relationship to Foods: Part Four

    Our Changing Relationship to Foods: Part Four0

    By Rick Hill, Deyohahá:ge:, Six Nations Polytechnic For the next few weeks, Rick Hill of Deyohahá:ge: gives us an overview of the origin of our seeds. In Part Four, we hear about the War Against Corn. If you missed Parts One through Three, they are available on our website www.tworowtimes.com. War against corn In the

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  • Healthy Roots dinner features ancestral foods

    Healthy Roots dinner features ancestral foods0

    NEW CREDIT – Simple food, made great: that’s what guests can expect Chef Rich Francis to prepare at the Healthy Roots Dinner this Saturday. The dinner, hosted by the team that developed the Healthy Roots 12-week challenge, offers guests a three-course meal made up of ingredients that are typical of the Haudenosaunee diet before European

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  • Our Changing Relationship to Foods: Part Three

    Our Changing Relationship to Foods: Part Three0

    By Rick Hill, Deyohahá:ge:, Six Nations Polytechnic For the next few weeks, Rick Hill of Deyohahá:ge: gives us an overview of the origin of our seeds. In Part Three, we hear about The Path and Maple Sap. If you missed Parts One and Two, they are available on our website www.tworowtimes.com. The Path After the

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  • Healthy Roots participant spotlight: Kylee Vyse

    Healthy Roots participant spotlight: Kylee Vyse0

    OHSWEKEN – Kylee Vyse is finding no shortage of great foods to eat while she is on the Healthy Roots challenge. Shepherd’s pie, smoked turkey soup, mini duck egg omelettes — she’s loving it all. “My favourite dish so far has been the shepherd’s pie,” said Vyse. “I make it with venison, squash, corn and

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