• Message from Leon Shenandoah, grand chief of the Iroquois Confederacy. Over 13 years of taped conversations with the famed chief will offer life lessons.
  • The Standing Pot is an invaluable resource for traditional cooking. With recipes from everything to different corn soups, crayfish, roast pheasant and venison, fiddleheads, leeks, frybread, huckleberry bread, salt brine pickles and more; you will find something unique and tasteful for you and the family. Also included is the Seneca language and pronunciation for each recipe name.
  • Iroquois White Corn Recipes Learn how to make: -Corn Mush -Iroquois Corn Granola Bars -Cornmeal Cookies -Roasted Cornbread -Roasted Corn Flour Pancakes -Three Sisters Vegetable Soup -Three Sisters Salad
  • Gakwi:yo:h Farms White Corn Flour is locally produced by Hodinöhsö:ni’ people on Gakwi:yo:h Farms, which is located on aboriginal Seneca territory. A recipe for white corn flour breading for fish is printed on the back of the package. Gakwi:yo:h Farms The mission of Gakwi:yo:h Farms is to address food security and food sovereignty through community engagement and wellness by implementing a Haudenosaunee approach to agricultural practices. Our goal is to produce healthy food, employ quality food processing procedures and make these foods available to our community members, from field to table. The foundation of our mission rests on the ability to positively impact our people, to contribute to a conscious shift toward healthier eating habits and to change the way we bring food into our homes. As an agriculture initiative, our goal is to reconnect to the philosophy of our ancestors and pledge to promote the relationship between our people, our lands and the foods we eat. Just as our people have always understood and respected the value of our traditional foods, we acknowledge the value placed on healthy food - especially our white corn, which is an inherent part of our culture. By honoring the value of each corn stalk, each ear of white corn and each individual kernel, we increase our understanding and appreciation for who we are, as a people. At the same time, Seneca Nation Agriculture Department will be open to state of the art practices, equipment and industry standards to achieve the highest productivity possible to make the greatest impact on the health and well-being of our members.
  • Gakwi:yo:h Farms Roasted White Corn Flour is produced on Seneca Nation territories. The farm itself is owned and operated by the Seneca Nation. A recipe for chilled roast corn mush is printed on the back of the package. The mission of Gakwi:yo:h Farms is to address food security and food sovereignty through community engagement and wellness by implementing a Haudenosaunee approach to agricultural practices. Our goal is to produce healthy food, employ quality food processing procedures and make these foods available to our community members, from field to table. The foundation of our mission rests on the ability to positively impact our people, to contribute to a conscious shift toward healthier eating habits and to change the way we bring food into our homes. As an agriculture initiative, our goal is to reconnect to the philosophy of our ancestors and pledge to promote the relationship between our people, our lands and the foods we eat. Just as our people have always understood and respected the value of our traditional foods, we acknowledge the value placed on healthy food - especially our white corn, which is an inherent part of our culture. By honoring the value of each corn stalk, each ear of white corn and each individual kernel, we increase our understanding and appreciation for who we are, as a people. At the same time, Seneca Nation Agriculture Department will be open to state of the art practices, equipment and industry standards to achieve the highest productivity possible to make the greatest impact on the health and well-being of our members.
  • Gakwi:yo:h Farms Hulled White Corn is locally produced by Hodinöhsö:ni’ people on Gakwi:yo:h Farms, which is located on aboriginal Seneca territory. A hulled corn and blueberry salad recipe is printed on the back of the package. Gakwi:yo:h Farms The mission of Gakwi:yo:h Farms is to address food security and food sovereignty through community engagement and wellness by implementing a Haudenosaunee approach to agricultural practices. Our goal is to produce healthy food, employ quality food processing procedures and make these foods available to our community members, from field to table. The foundation of our mission rests on the ability to positively impact our people, to contribute to a conscious shift toward healthier eating habits and to change the way we bring food into our homes. As an agriculture initiative, our goal is to reconnect to the philosophy of our ancestors and pledge to promote the relationship between our people, our lands and the foods we eat. Just as our people have always understood and respected the value of our traditional foods, we acknowledge the value placed on healthy food - especially our white corn, which is an inherent part of our culture. By honoring the value of each corn stalk, each ear of white corn and each individual kernel, we increase our understanding and appreciation for who we are, as a people. At the same time, Seneca Nation Agriculture Department will be open to state of the art practices, equipment and industry standards to achieve the highest productivity possible to make the greatest impact on the health and well-being of our members.
  • 1 Qt. Pure Maple Syrup from Gakwi:yo:h Farms The running of the sap in the maple tree is the first sign of the awakening of the Mother Earth. We give thanks to the maple tree each year as it wakes up to begin a new cycle of life. Mission of Gakwi:yo:h Farms: "The mission of Gakwi:yo:h Farms is to address food security and food sovereignty through community engagement and wellness by implementing a Haudenosaunee approach to agricultural practices. Our goal is to produce healthy food, employ quality food processing procedures and make these foods available to our community members, from field to table. The foundation of our mission rests on the ability to positively impact our people, to contribute to a conscious shift toward healthier eating habits and to change the way we bring food into our homes. As an agriculture initiative, our goal is to reconnect to the philosophy of our ancestors and pledge to promote the relationship between our people, our lands and the foods we eat. Just as our people have always understood and respected the value of our traditional foods, we acknowledge the value placed on healthy food - especially our white corn, which is an inherent part of our culture. By honoring the value of each corn stalk, each ear of white corn and each individual kernel, we increase our understanding and appreciation for who we are, as a people. At the same time, Seneca Nation Agriculture Department will be open to state of the art practices, equipment and industry standards to achieve the highest productivity possible to make the greatest impact on the health and well-being of our members."

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