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Ute Indians were amazing peoples that lived in Colorado from the late 1300s to 1881. Ute children gathered food like seeds, fruits, insects, corn, wild turnips & roots. The men went hunting & brought back buffalo, pemmican, deer, elk, bison, or small game. Women then cooked the meat over a fire & made dinner out of the vegetables & meat. For bread, the women gathered corn, & then ground it into a fine powder. Woman would then pack it together and bake it.
Deer, Elk & Moose Steaks - Traditional Native American Dish
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