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1. Posted by alaskanman (Budding Member 8 posts) 12y

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if you're traveling to a remote alaskan village would you try the native foods?

2. Posted by alaskanman (Budding Member 8 posts) 12y

i am wondering if i should offer the lucky few visitors that come into my area some native foods from some of the residents here.

3. Posted by Peter (Admin 5789 posts) 12y

I'd try it ! Unfortunately, I"m not headed for any remote Alaskan villages at the moment though - tell me, what could be expected?

Peter
p.s. welcome to the site :)

4. Posted by IMonaghan (Respected Member 431 posts) 12y

mmmm,

Muktuk. It's a hard sell to some, but once you try it you'll be hooked

5. Posted by ZazuToo (Full Member 27 posts) 12y

Of course! Yes, there have been a few gastronomic mistakes during my traveling (cow stomach in Bolivia comes quickly to mind) but the taste thrills more than make up for the few real disasters.

So what are you offering?

suzanne

6. Posted by alaskanman (Budding Member 8 posts) 12y

well, dried king and red salmon, dried trout, dried pike probably without the seal oil. also dried moose or caribou meat if there's any left! i'm wondering how much i should leave available not for sale but just to sample. could check alaskancampfire.com for the general area i'm at.