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What has our IFF! contest winner been up to?


We caught up with our IFF! contest winner, Jared “Qwustenuxun” Williams from Cowichan Tribes on Vancouver Island, to find out how he’s been enjoying his new Ipod touch and how he’s been living IFF! since the last time we talked to him. Jared is loving his Ipod touch and has been using it to take lots of pictures of his adventures with indigenous foods. He sent us some photos he took while mountain climbing, looking for the ultra-rare traditional food, ‘Thu-thoq’ (Prickly Pear Cactus)! He made a posting on the IFF! website, describing how they were traditionally gathered. He’s uploaded some other new plants and recipes, like traditional methods for cooking salmon and uses of stinging nettle, to the IFF! website, so make sure to check them out!
Just one day left before we do our next draw for the second IFF! contest. Share your stories, recipes or videos about indigenous foods, so you can enter to win your own Ipod touch!

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