Cookbook: Indian Cooking

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Despite the painful history of displacement of the individual Indian tribes when their living space was conquered by European settlers, the surviving tribes have not only partially preserved their culture, but are now maintaining it with appropriate dignity and pride.
The Indian culture includes the traditional dishes of their ancestors, although today some of the ingredients are bought in the supermarket and they are prepared in a more modern, less time-consuming way. The Indian diet was much more varied than is generally assumed. Even in the “kitchen” of the hunter tribes there are a surprising number of vegetarian dishes on the menu.
The preparation of meals according to the simple explanations of Indian housewives is simple and imaginative; what is not there is replaced by something else. Whether it is nuts, different types of fish or wild meat that is exchanged for the meat of domesticated animals.
The author has traveled to the southwest of the United States several times a year since 1991 and collected most of the recipes from pow-wows and other personal encounters on these trips. They are largely based on oral traditions that were passed down through families within the tribes.
A book with well over 100 recipes that appeals to hunters and other meat lovers as well as vegetarians alike and does not leave out quick cuisine.
104 pages - format 148 x 210 - many bw photos
Author: Ute Tietje
Buffalo Verlag, Verden - 5th edition 2010

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