What did the Apache Indians eat?

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The Apaches were hunters and gatherers who gathered wild roots, fruits from cacti, wild potatoes, berries, nuts, and seeds. They did not cultivate the land, but ate raw meat and drunk the blood of the animals they killed which included deer, antelope and buffalo. At times, they would also trade for corn from other tribes.
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