The Mohawk Indians ate crops like corn, squashes and beans, and they also hunted for wild game such as deer. The Mohawks were agricultural, so they grew crops to eat them, but they were also hunters and gatherers.
The Mohawks also collected plants like berries from the forest for food. Along with hunting deer, they fished for food as well. They often turned these foods into stews cooked on an open flame. Cornbread was a staple in their diet. The Mohawks also dried foods to save them for later, and they stored them in pits that were insulated with bark, grass and mounds of dirt.