Sioux tribe teaches students to cook healthy bison

01/13/2012 | Google

The Flandreau Santee Sioux tribe in South Dakota combines culture and health in a project that teaches children to cook meals featuring bison, an animal sacred in their culture. The Flandreau Indian School began cooking with fresh bison last year as a healthier protein option, and the tribe is regrowing its herd organically.

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