By Aleksandra Sagan THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER- Since Paul Natrall started serving Indigenous cuisine from his Mr. Bannock food truck in Vancouver nearly a year ago, the chef has hired several employees for his in-demand fusion food business. In recent years, Indigenous-owned eateries like his have emerged in many Canadian cities serving traditional foods like bannock and buffalo. While it’s taken time to move into the mainstream, chefs say demand is high thanks to increasing awareness of Indigenous culture and desire for local foods. “They’re enjoying it. Like, everybody is going a little crazy,” said Natrall of the reception to the bannock, tacos, chicken and waffles, and other dishes on his menu. He’s worked in the industry for about a decade and launched the truck last January after diners at… Add Your Voice
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