Use of and Preference for Traditional Foods among the Belcher Island Inuit

@article{Wein1996UseOA,
  title={Use of and Preference for Traditional Foods among the Belcher Island Inuit},
  author={E. E. Wein and M. Freeman and J. C. Makus},
  journal={Arctic},
  year={1996},
  volume={49},
  pages={256-264}
}
  • E. E. Wein, M. Freeman, J. C. Makus
  • Published 1996
  • Geology
  • Arctic
  • To document the extent of use of traditional foods (marine and land mammals, birds, fish, and plants) and degree of preference for these foods in contemporary diets and culture, 102 households (98% of Inuit households) in the community of Sanikiluaq, Northwest Territories, Canada, were studied. During personal interviews, individuals estimated their frequency of use of traditional foods, systematically by season. In addition, 100 adults (from 96% of households) and 64 young people (84% of those… CONTINUE READING

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