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by ahnationtalk on July 7, 201761 Views
‘A lot of love goes into it. You taste the love in it every time,’ Tammy Cacho-Wolfe says
Jul 07, 2017
Tammy Cacho-Wolfe has been making bannock for so long and for so many people in Maskwacis that nowadays she’s simply known as the “bannock lady.”
“I love doing it and I feed thousands and thousands of people,” she said.
She loves her nickname too. It came from people who knew she made bannock, but didn’t know her name.
“People like kids in the schools started to say ‘It’s the bannock lady.’ ”
This week the bannock lady is living up to her name, making as many as 300 loaves of the traditional bread every day at the World Indigenous Nations Games.
Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/bannock-world-indigenous-nations-games-1.4193178
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