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The Hopi Indians were farmers, subsisting off of corn, beans and squash while raising turkeys as livestock. Antelope, deer and small game supplemented this basic diet, as did nuts, fruits and herbs. During famines, the H... More »

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The Hopi Indians' staple food was corn, and there were more than 24 varieties grown in the region where they lived, including the most popular types, which were blue and yellow. They also ate beans, pumpkins, squash and ... More »

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As of September 2015, Hopi Indian tribe food recipes are on the websites for Honest Cooking, Allrecipes and Native Languages of the Americas. Honest Cooking has a well-rated recipe for Hopi Blue Corn Tortillas. The baker... More »

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