Coastal Algonquins ate a lot of seafood, such as oysters, clams, mussels and lobsters, while those living further away from the coast hunted for food in the forests. Using fish to fertilize their crops, they grew and ate... More »

Algonquin Indians hunted animals for food and ate many kinds of meat, including moose and deer. Other foods included fish and vegetables, such as corn, beans and squash. Algonquin people also gathered berries and made ma... More »

Make a one-pot clambake by steaming seafood such as clams, mussels, lobsters and shrimp along with vegetables such as potatoes, leeks, onions, corn and celery all together in a large pot. Include other ingredients such a... More »

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Foods that help correct anemia are those that include high levels of iron, such as beef or chicken liver, oysters, clams, mollusks, and mussels, according to WebMD. Vegetarian foods with high levels of iron include spina... More »

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Prepare a clambake by boiling lobsters, clams and mussels in a large pot with celery, lemon, garlic, corn and sausage. BonAppetit.com provides a clambake recipe. More »

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Colonists in New England relied heavily on the natural resources around them for food, which means that their diets were typically rich in seafood, including fish such as cod and shellfish such as lobster and oysters. Th... More »

Foods high in iron include chicken or beef liver, mussels, tuna, clams, mollusks, oysters, eggs, beans, tofu and pumpkin seeds. Other foods that are moderately high in iron include canned sardines, beef, turkey, baked po... More »

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