America's first cuisines

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University of Texas Press, 1994 - Cooking - 276 pages
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After long weeks of boring, perhaps spoiled sea rations, one of the first things Spaniards sought in the New World undoubtedly was fresh food. Probably they found the local cuisine strange at first, but soon they were sending American plants and animals around the world, eventually enriching the cuisine of many cultures.

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Almost all sources on indigenous communities' foodways treats them like livestock feed, trying to analyze how they can possibly get enough protein, whether lack of protein drives their cultural quirks ... Read full review

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This book aims to describe the culinary traditions of the New World, specifically the practices, customs and beliefs of the three major pre-conquest civilizations – the Aztec, Maya and Inca. Coe first ... Read full review


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