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January Prepping 2018

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Chuck said:
I seemed to recall that acorns were edible, so I did the research. This is pretty good and worth reading:

Thanks for this article! I had no idea! We are surrounded by white and red oaks! I know from studying deer that the white oak acorn contains fewer tannin's than the red oak so they shouldn't have to be soaked as long! It's too late this year but I'm going to try some of these recipes next year! I wish i'd had this info earlier because this was a mast year, and the acorns were so thick on the ground it was like trying to walk on marbles!
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