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By Christianna Reinhardt

Spanning nineteen thousand sq. miles of crucial Nebraska, the Sand Hills--North America's biggest sand dune--is held in position via just a skinny, good layer of local prairie grasses and carrying on with religion that the land could be made filthy rich by way of its citizens. Settlers within the region needed to be hardy and inventive, utilising what the land supplied and preserving quickly while their exertions blew away with the prairie winds. From foraging to ranching, nutrients intended survival, however it additionally intended neighborhood. Staples like fried poultry, biscuits, fruit pies, preserves and muffins all play a job within the attention-grabbing tale of the zone. sign up for nutrition author Christianna Reinhardt as she dishes up the original and attractive heritage of this unheard of a part of the world.

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