Before Jerky, there was Pânsâwân!
Drymeat has been a delicacy for First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people since time immemorial. Pânsâwân (bahn-sa-wan) translates to "thin sliced meat" from the Cree (Nehiyâw) language.
Traditionally, this meat would be dried and smoked for days after a successful hunt, giving it a very savory, distinct flavour. The resulting Dry Meat is how ancestors nourished and replenished themselves during he long, harsh Canadian winters.
*MITSOH means ‘eat’ in the Cree Nehiyaw language.
Made from the best quality all-natural, Alberta farmed bison that is raised free from any added hormones, steroids or antibiotics.
Ingredients: Bison, Smoke.
This product is: Gluten Free
Made by Mitsoh in Bigstone Cree Nation in Alberta.
2% of all sales will help to #CraftChange.
Type: Food - Savory Snacks
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