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An American-Indian high protein food preparation which was originally a mixture of dried meat (commonly venison), pounded into a powder, mixed with bone-marrow fat (usually from a bear, which had been melted to a buttery consistency. This was mixed with dried berries and vegetables. Artic explorers, including Capt. Scott, carried a similar food as a back-up; theirs being dried meat and raisins.

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