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Canadian Aboriginals. Bannock - what recipe does this look similar to?. Combine egg with water (is using an egg), and add to the flour mixture.

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bannock what recipe does this look similar to
Bannock - what recipe does this look similar to?
  • Combine egg with water (is using an egg), and add to the flour mixture.
  • Stir to form a soft dough, and knead briefly.
  • If using a frying pan, grease the pan then dust with flour.
  • Place about a quarter of the dough in the pan and heat.
  • Bake until the bottom is lightly brown, then flip.
  • Bake about 10 minutes on the opposite side.
  • Bake remaining dough in similar fashion.
  • 2 1/2 cups flour 6 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp salt2 tbsp sugar (optional)1/3 cup lard2 eggs, optional1 cup water or more
  • Combine first four ingredients.
  • Add lard, rubbing it in to form fine crumbs.
what is lard
What is lard
  • A fat that comes from pig fat

Modern day North American Indians enjoy a bannock recipe as much as their ancestors did.

  • The ingredients are modernized to produce a lighter dough, but the taste is just as good, maybe better.
  • Bannock is a versatile quick bread, similar to a baking powder biscuit.
  • You can include extras such as raisins, currents, blueberries, cinnamon or cheese if desired.
bannock trivia
Bannock Trivia
  • Bannock was favored by nomadic tribes because the dry mixture stayed fresh for long periods. They added the fat or oil at cooking time.
  • Let’s watch how to make bannock
foods aboriginals hunted






Foods Aboriginals Hunted
aboriginal people of today issues
Aboriginal People of Today Issues
  • Many of the foods that Canadian aboriginal peoples used to eat are no longer as plentiful as they were in the past
  • Aboriginal people have to travel further in order to hunt & fish
  • Obesity was notcommon in the early Aboriginal peoples
  • Now it is a major health concern
  • They are at risk for diabetes and heart disease
  • The Risk of heart disease is higher in aboriginal people than the general Canadian population
dental disease
Dental Disease
  • When the Europeans first came to North America they remarked on how good the teeth were of the Aboriginal people
  • This was because the Aboriginal people\'s diet was low in refined carbohydrates and high in protein
  • Now the Aboriginal Diet is much higher in refined carbohydrates ( bread, cereals, candies)

Leads to higher rate of dental disease

  • Problems with baby bottle
    • tooth decay caused from sugar sitting in the baby’s mouth