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Ojibwe Fall Favorites cooking class set for Oct. 19

Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will host an Ojibwe Fall Favorites class at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, in the community kitchen, 302 Irvine Ave. NW.

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Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will host an Ojibwe Fall Favorites class at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19.
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BEMIDJI — Harmony Natural Foods Co-op will host an Ojibwe Fall Favorites class at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, in the community kitchen, 302 Irvine Ave. NW.

"Join us in recognition and celebration of Indigenous culture as Michelle Marion, Anishinaabe and Akimel O'otham, prepares traditional squash puree casserole, a reflection of the land, its native plants, and above all else, history," a release said. "Squash is one of the staple foods of Indigenous cuisines, one rich in flavor, healthful and deep with tradition."

Marion grew up on the east coast in Maryland and has lived in the Leech Lake Nation for 10 years.

Admission is $15 and all materials will be provided. Classes are filling up fast so interested participants are asked to register in-store or online at harmonyfoods.coop.

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