Corn, game meats, and fish all play starring roles in Huron restaurants, where wild mint, fir jelly, wild berries, and black spruce are used to add an original touch to mouth-watering local dishes.

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Bannock and sagamité are two traditional delicacies you won’t want to miss. Bannock is dough made with a blend of flour, yeast, salt, and water, then wrapped around a stick held over a fire and turned constantly until it turns into crispy bread. Sagamité is a hearty soup meal made with game meat, squash, corn, and red beans.

You can try aboriginal cuisine for yourself at the following restaurants:
La Traite
NEK8ARRE at the Traditional Huron Site

Bannock
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