The traditional Maori cooking techniques and food traditions are disappearing as a result of the impact of climate change.
The traditional Maoriland cuisine has been eaten by the Maori people for thousands of years, but its popularity has been decimated by climate change, according to a report released this week.
Maori cuisine is eaten by Maori for thousands or even millions of years.
However, the traditional Maoris cooking methods are slowly disappearing, with the Maoris now eating only meat, fish and vegetables.
The report by Food Trends New Zealand said that climate change was affecting the Maoris diet, with their traditional Maoro cooking methods, like their traditional meat, being largely replaced by the more carbon intensive and high protein options of processed foods.
Food Trends New York, which is a consortium of leading food and agriculture organisations, has released the report with the goal of creating a national food plan that can help to preserve Maori culture.
“Maori food is at the core of the Maoro culture, and we need to preserve this food, and ensure that it is available for the Maors to enjoy,” the report’s author and director, Niki Kondal, said.
“We need to ensure Maori food and culture can continue to thrive under a changing climate.”
The Maori foods and the traditional cooking methods that were used in the Maora culture have been a part of Maori life for millennia, the report said.
A number of Maorin and Maori customs and traditions were also passed down through the generations.
But the MaORis food choices were changing due to climate change and the changing seasons.
“The Maor are living in an age where they are facing an unprecedented amount of climate and drought.
They have to adapt to the changes, and the Maore are having to adapt their eating habits,” Ms Kondel said.