Buzz Americans Try Native American Food For The First Time 1 year ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest We asked a couple people who had never tried Native American cuisine to taste a few dishes…and to be honest, each food tasted better than the last. Check out … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Bizarre Beer Taste Test January 5, 2016 The Most Annoying People To Text With: Whine About It January 14, 2016 Gay Men Give Lesbians Makeovers January 8, 2016 People Try Easy Cheese For The First Time June 29, 2017 Quick And Easy Vegan Mac & Cheese January 9, 2016 $47 Taco Vs. $1 Taco May 21, 2017 20 Comments lillysora May 13, 2016 I still have dreams about the few times my bff's mom made fry bread when I was over during high school, Lakota Sioux are some of the best cooks I've ever met! ZABINA C May 13, 2016 The Indian Tacos are actually called Squaw Burgers. Mr.BearCub May 13, 2016 What about bannock, pup, dry meat, pemican, June berry soup, and gullet? Moo Pickles May 13, 2016 They should try some Acorn Dumplings and Indian Tamales… Hahaa Random Cookie May 13, 2016 I call it a Navajo Taco because us natives are not Indian .-. Kitchen Crush May 13, 2016 Please checkout my channel for yummy and simple recipe videos! :) Tenneh Berete May 13, 2016 They should try halal food like gyro lamb over rice etc.. Mikele Smith May 13, 2016 I am a native American, and can any other natives on this day say that the frybread they ate looked too thin and dry. Any native I know would not approve of that piece of tortilla. C. Wood May 13, 2016 it is not a fry bread taco. lmao its a Indian taco. Miriama Yahalom May 13, 2016 Can you guys try Moroccan food? I mean actual Moroccan food. Not a poor Western imitation of it. Like I dunno get a Moroccan-American mama to make you couscous and sfenj and rafissa and memen and harira pleaaaaseee Morgan Dulany May 13, 2016 "this is what you eat when you get your life together " Josh Cruz May 13, 2016 Acorn Dumplings need to be included… Fook Off May 13, 2016 I love being native c': Tristan Waquiu May 13, 2016 omg yass a Navajo taco was in there 🙂 respecting that cause I am half Navajo and half Jemez people :) Emily C May 13, 2016 omg, Bannok tacos are literally the best thing ever!! KristineValencia May 13, 2016 That Frybread is too flat and hard, you need a fresh, fluffy one Aleiyahx Colemanx May 13, 2016 I love to find food of part of my culture definitely having my mom make this for me <3 Clauds May 13, 2016 I had the fry bread in Chile with a Native American tribe down there (Mapuche). Native American culture is def alive in many Latin American countries. Wish they were more main stream. Nater389 May 13, 2016 What's really interesting is that all of these people vote FAR left. J. Green Evans May 13, 2016 Fourth sister is sunflowers. Sunflowers were grown on the outside perimeter of the garden, which kept animals from getting into the garden. Animals usually ate the sunflowers and left the rest of the crops alone. And frybread is fantastic but it isn't traditional. Wheat flour isn't indigenous, it's settler food.