Other Miscellaneous Foods

 

Many of the following accounts were gathered in 2021, funded through a grant from the First Nations Development Institute.  Recordings conducted earlier than 2021 were done for other purposes and have been included here to provide additional information.

 

Mushrooms

 

Faye Bell talks about her grandfather (Frank Walloupe) gathering mushrooms

Dennis Hendricks talks about gathering mushrooms

Glen Villa Sr. talks about gathering mushrooms and chewing pine pitch

Myra Hobart talks about gathering mushrooms

 

 

Pine Nuts

 

Dennis Hendricks talks about eating pine nuts

Glen Villa Sr. talks about eating pine nuts

Glen Villa Sr. talks about green pine cones

Nick Villa Sr. talks about green pine cones

 

 

Watercress

 

Dennis Hendricks talks about eating watercress

Laverne Childs talks about gathering watercress

Renee Wessell and Jennifer Bates talk about gathering watercress (Part 1)

Renee Wessell and Jennifer Bates talk about gathering watercress (Part 2)

Renee Wessell and Jennifer Bates talk about cooking watercress (Part 1)

Renee Wessell and Jennifer Bates talk about cooking watercress (Part 2)

Dolly Suehead talks about gathering and cooking watercress

Myra Hobart talks about eating watercress

 

 

Frogs

 

Dennis Hendricks talks about hunting frogs (Part 1)

Dennis Hendricks talks about hunting frogs (Part 2)

Glen Villa Sr. talks about hunting frogs

Laverne Childs talks about catching frogs

Myra Hobart talks about her grandpa (William Walloupe) hunting frogs

 

 

Other Foods

 

Dennis Hendricks talks about chewing pine pitch and sour grass

Dennis Hendricks talks about wild onions and Indian tea

Jennifer Bates saying the Miwok word for wild onions

Eva Jeff, Manuel Jeff and Hamby Jeff saying the word for wild onions (kelse)

Dolly Suehead talks about the foods she ate as a child

Laverne Childs talks about frybread

Laverne Childs talks about bread and biscuits

Glen Villa Sr. talks about gathering crawdads

Faye Bell talks about her grandfather (Frank Walloupe) making a soaproot brush and a charm for rattlesnakes