It’s the All-American delicacies that many have not had the hazard to enjoy. We are speakme about Native American foods. Award-winning chef Sean Sherman, a member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux Tribe, joined us on Wednesday. He’s taking American delicacies lower back to its roots by giving humans a taste of actual Native American Cuisine.
“We have a look at the records of where we are status and understanding that irrespective of in which we are standing in North America, we are standing on indigenous land,” stated Sherman.
A Native American diet is primarily based on nearby, indigenous and seasonal meals. “We have a look at the tribes that lived on this location and use truly easy and healthy flavors,” stated Sherman. “We reduce out colonial elements so there may be no dairy, flour or sugar and we don’t even use pork, red meat or hen.”
He brought with him wild rice cakes, nettles, cattails, a selection of untamed blossoms and smoked trout to make a Native American dish.
Sherman is becoming a member of Ji Hye Kim proprietor of the restaurant Miss Kim in Ann Arbor for an occasion to carry recognition to Native American meals and culture.