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Traditional Food Culture of The Coast Salish People

W̱SÁNEĆ 
Across
How can Pacific crabapples and other perishables be stored today?
Fish meat and ___ from the ocean, lakes, ponds and rivers provide protein and B vitamins.
This number of kinds of seafoods from the ocean that are harvested by First Nations peoples, including king crab, octopi, shrimp, sea cucumber, and abalone.
What is used as a ‘bandaid’ for small wounds or bug bites?
What antlered mammal was hunted and eaten fresh or dried/smoked.
Plants are harvested at different times of the season depending on strongest____?
Northern Pike, Walleye, Burbot, Arctic Grayling Bass, Chub are examples of______?
What were preserved foods stored in for the winter?
It is encouraged to give what after harvest to plants?
When the plant is without blossoms it is used for_____?
What small apple can be lightly cooked then stored in water in cedar wood boxes over the winter, canned or made into jellies?.
Labrador tea, harvested in spring or summer when the leaves are young and tender and are growing upright, is also called____?
What ancient structure have many First Nations tribes been rebuilding around Vancouver Island?
What is held in a very high status in our traditional food culture for eating, ceremony and trade?
The First Nations ate the meat of the Seagull, Oystercatcher, Goose, and also its ____.
For quick meals women hunted hare, squirrel and___.
Pacific Cod, Black cod, Ling cod and Rockfish are examples of ___ eaten by Pacific Coast First Nations.
What are important sources of vitamin C, fibre, and carbohydrates and have many medicinal properties?
What other huge antlered mammal was hunted and eaten fresh or dried/smoked.
What berries have anti-bacterial properties which help prevent urinary infections.
Fish heads and the soft bones provide____?
Down
Cranberries, crabapples and hazelnuts are harvested in what season?
How can Pacific Crabapples be preserved today?
New leaves from this plant can be eaten fresh, but not once the plant has flowered.
This tree is called Nature's Aspirin because the bark tea from it can be used to treat inflammation.
When the plant has blossoms it is used____?
This is a type of root vegetable.
Just 2 leaves fulfill your daily Vitamin C needs.
Soapberries, salmonberries, thimbleberries are harvested in what season?
What bird was very important as food for the WSANEC People.
Plants are harvested at different times of the season depending on their _____?
The song of Swainson’s thrush heralded the ripening of the____?
Plants used in traditional medicines are also used in _______?
One of the most common plants used in traditional medicines is_____?
One other of the most common plants used in traditional medicines is ____?
When was the traditional time to catch Salmon?
One of the most common plants used in traditional medicines, and is a sacred herb that includes seeds, stems and bark?
Dolly Varden, Lake, Rainbow, Steelhead, Cutthroat, Kokanee are examples of ___?