Chef Makes It His Mission To Preserve Indigenous Cuisine.



This Thanksgiving, in a bustling Minneapolis kitchen, a groundbreaking mission to preserve Indigenous cuisine gains undeniable momentum. NBC News’ Maggie Vespa shares more about Sean Sherman also known as the “Sioux Chef” who makes food that pre-dates European settlers. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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  1. Hope to see more traditional foods returning to our tables.🙏

  2. The Lakota are currently being used by NATO (in policy & practice) to oppress other Native American tribes & creators while hiding the truth of NATO's bloody population-controlling hands in the mass murder of Indigenous American young women #mmiw. Don't be fooled!

  3. Man, I hate texas. My ancestors literally wiped the Indigenous texans from the map. There is nothing here named for them, no statues, and the only mention of them in primary school was a brief explanation that one of the tribes from the Galveston region used to dry their fish on the sand, and ate them when they were full of maggots. texas is where dreams come to die, and souls are blackened forever.

  4. This food is amazingly good. The American Indian museum in DC features a lot of it in their food hall.

  5. AWESOME 👍 GOOD JOB YOUNG MAN ✌️

  6. 👆 – NЕW А DАТING FОR АLL ТАSТЕS & АGЕS ♂💦y💗