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drymeat has been a delicacy for first nations, inuit, and metis people since time immemorial. pânsâwân (bahn-sa-wan) translates to “thin sliced meat” from the cree (nehiyâw) language. traditionally, this meat would be dried and smoked for days after a successful hunt, giving it a very savoury, distinct flavour. the resulting dry meat is how our ancestors nourished and replenished themselves during he long, harsh winters. when it comes to flavour, our ancestors know best.