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In the United States, for example, there are five such groups looking out for foods like Cape May oysters and the manoomin wild rice gathered by the Native American Anishinaabeg people—Slow Food gourmets describe its taste as “richly complex with subtle earthy notes of mushrooms and wood smoke.”
WELRP's initial campaign in the 1980s centered not only around Anishinaabeg efforts to restore their historical land base, but also to perpetuate their sacred strain of naturally-occurring manoomin (rice) in a market increasingly dominated by paddy-grown hybrids.
- Live a sedentary lifestyle, engaging in fishing and hunting to supplement the women' s cultivation of numerous varieties of maize and squash, and the harvesting of manoomin (wild rice).
The only grain indigenous to North America, manoomin (wild rice) has long been harvested by the Anishinaabeg tribe of the Great Lakes 'White Earth Reservation.
Not to be confused with commercially cultivated wild rice, manoomin grows along the shores of the Great Lakes and is hand harvested and hulled.
apos; s cultivation of numerous varieties of maize and squash, and the harvesting of manoomin (wild rice).