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A mixture of pounded meat and fat made by hunter‐gatherer groups in North America in recent times, and presumably in the ancient past as well. Pemmican was manufactured from meat dried after a major kill. It is easily transportable and able to be eaten on the move.

Subjects: Arts and Humanities — Medicine and Health.

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