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Melanie Wong | Feb 17, 202111:34 AM     5

Wondering if those in northern climes have grown this potato. Or even tasted one. And if not, this is a fascinating read.

“When we eat a Tlingit potato,” he says, “we share a meal with those who have gone before us, those with us today, and those who will come after us. It’s rather transcendent.”

Time for the Tlingit Potato Hakai Magazine

Genetically distinct from its European counterparts, this coastal Alaska potato predates modern taste for russets and Yukon Golds.

www.hakaimagazine.com
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