Unthanksgiving Day: Traditional Native American Succotash Infused With Maple Leaf Cannabis

During ancient times in the Americas, Native Americans cultivated pumpkins along creek and river banks with crops such as sunflowers, beans, then eventually corn. From this emerged the tradition of the Three Sisters, which represents the three main crops grown by various indigenous groups of North America. Traditionally, pumpkins were grown with corn and beans […]

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