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Manoomin (wild rice) also known as “the good berry,” first drew the Anishinaabeg to the Great Lakes region in search of the prophesied “food that grows on water.”


Honoring the sustenance they found in the place we now know as Minnesota (from the Dakota language, Mni Sota Makoce, ‘land where the water reflects the sky’), The Good Berry Cookbook follows an Anishinaabeg family through seasons and spaces to gather wild foods and contemplate connections between the people and their plant and animal relatives, detailed through diary entries written by the author.


Duluth News Tribune Article: "Duluth Indigenous chef makes wild rice the focus of new cookbook" - Click to read more!

The Good Berry Cookbook

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