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If I could thrive while eating only Pemmican, then I would keep claiming that Pemmican is, indeed, a complete food.
On the other hand, if I suffered poor health because of the diet, or couldn’t stomach it, or had some serious nutritional deficiency, then I would stop calling Pemmican “complete.”
We've learned a thing or two about how to make pemmican. In this post we'll share a bit of this knowledge.
Congratulations – you’re going to make some pemmican. This is awesome. Here are some basic tips gleaned from months of experimentation about making the best pemmican we possibly could. It is organized in three categories: the meat, the fat, and the pemmican.
That’s when I knew: people need more good fat and protein. We need it to be convenient and delicious. We need it to be shelf-stable for years, and ready for adventure at a moment’s notice. We need more pemmican.
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The way we live tradition is to take something older, something more connected to the earth, something that can only work in intimate connection to a specific piece of land, and make it new again.
We’re blowing on a hearth fire that almost went out, adding kindling, resurrecting life in the smoldering coals of ancient wisdom....