In one of my recent culinary explorations, I came across the term "Indian bread" in the context of Native American food. It turns out that Indian bread refers to a variety of traditional flatbreads consumed by Native American tribes. Some popular examples include frybread, cornbread, and bannock. These breads are typically made from simple ingredients such as cornmeal or flour and are often cooked over an open fire. It's fascinating to learn about the diverse food traditions of Native American tribes and the role Indian bread plays in their cuisine.