Nett Lake Band of Ojibwe Hand Harvested Wood Parched Natural Wild Rice

Nett Lake Band of Ojibwe Hand Harvested Wood Parched Natural Wild Rice

The remote waters on Nett Lake, Minnesota produce what many experts consider the world's finest wild rice. Each September, as they have for many generations, members of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa (also called Ojibwe or Anishinaabeg) venture out in canoes to harvest wild rice by hand. Tribal members allow no chemicals, motorized boats, or other machinery to distrub the pristine waters so important to their culture and traditional liveihood. Harvested rice is winnowed and parched with special care to ensure flavor, nutritional value, and ease of preparation that is second to none.

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