I have the greatest privilege of being associated with Native cultures of many continents.. thus satisfying my curiosity and desire to travel and the chance to help them with my medical expertise. these notes are from those travels. I am a professor at the University of Havana
lundi 12 novembre 2012
TRADITIONAL SOUP OF THE KIKAPU
PUMPKIN SOUP WITH CHICKEN: A TRADITIONAL
MEAL OF THE KIKAPU
My Kikapu sister brings big sized squash
from Mexico and with the help of someone, peels and cleans the skin and dries
it the way it has been done for generations of the Kikapu.
Tonight she prepared Chicken Soup with Squash and
Celery, Baby Carrots, Onion, Tomato with Rice. It was indeed delicious.
you are eating traditional meals, the words of my teacher from Meskwaki tribe
ring in my ears: It is the food that
made us sick. A group of ancient people who survived on wholly organic food for
generations were exposed and in many cases forced to eat fabricated excess food
of the white Americans. Now we know that the flora of the intestines of these
people rebelled against the garbage that came their way..Causing a myriad of
particularly cherished the food, traditional to begin with, prepared with
sisterly love by a Kikapu, shared meal with friends who are close to my heart…
Squash from Mexico, above. A friend of my sister who helped her with the Squash. She is from an unusual group of called Los Moscogos.
else do you need?
me your desires; I will describe the person you are, said Gilles de Leuze, the