North American & Southern Native American Staple Foods
Other staple food are: Quinoa which is a variety of amaranth and sumpweed or marsh elder.
They also grew barley, maygrass, sunflower and foraged for mushrooms.
They harvested seafood, fish, oysters and salmon. And kept live stock like pigs.
They hunted wild game, boar, deer, duck, opossums, pheasant, quail, rabbit, raccoon, squirrels and buffalo.
These were all staple foods for the Western Native Cultures.
And all parts of the animal was used including chitterlings, which are fried large intestines of hogs, pork brain and eggs and livermush made from hog liver.