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November 2014 - Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, Qc, Canada. Emily Emudluk, the mother of the two hunters and her sister Eva cut the skin surrounding the seal's stomach and eat it raw. With modern life, Inuit have access to southern food supplies but these are very expensive and of low quality. Eveything has to be shipped by plane or cargo boat and it is difficult to have fresh vegetables and fruits. Inuit have survived for centuries on a almost 100% animal diet. They eat every part of the animal, getting the essential nutriments their body need. Whenever they have a chance they eat the traditional food with great joy.
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November 2014 - Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, Qc, Canada. Emily Emudluk, the mother of the two hunters and her sister Eva cut the skin surrounding the seal's stomach and eat it raw. With modern life, Inuit have access to southern food supplies but these are very expensive and of low quality. Eveything has to be shipped by plane or cargo boat and it is difficult to have fresh vegetables and fruits. Inuit have survived for centuries on a almost 100% animal diet. They eat every part of the animal, getting the essential nutriments their body need. Whenever they have a chance they eat the traditional food with great joy.