The traditional Miami Indian diet included wild plants, cultivated crops, fish, big game and small game, explains the Encyclopedia of World Cultures. Miami Indians planted beans, squash, pumpkins, tobacco and corn, which... More »

The Kickapoo used corn as their main source of food; they also ate beans, squash, deer, buffalo, fish and small game. The name "Kickapoo" comes from the Shawnee word meaning "wanderer." As of 2014, there are four Kickapo... More »

The Cahuilla Indians ate soups of mashed acorns, breads of mashed acorns, pine nuts, grass seeds, berries, roots, cactus fruits, birds, rabbits and lizards. The Cahuilla Indians focused on gathering plant food and huntin... More »

The Osage Indians' diet included big game, small game, wild plants and produce from their gardens. Before they acquired guns from the English settlers, they hunted buffalo by driving them off a cliff to their death. A co... More »

The Kickapoo used corn as their main source of food; they also ate beans, squash, deer, buffalo, fish and small game. The name "Kickapoo" comes from the Shawnee word meaning "wanderer." As of 2014, there are four Kickapo... More »

A traditional Inuit diet consisted of sea and land mammals, fish, birds, berries, roots and seaweed. Vegetation has always been in short supply in the arctic, so various types of meat made up the majority of the foods co... More »

Traditional Japanese food consists mainly of rice, miso soup, grilled or raw fish, pickled vegetables, noodles, battered and fried fish or vegetables, and fish or vegetables served in broth. Other ingredients may be eate... More »