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How To Use ACORNS in Food

In reality, the Indigenous Peoples that arrived in California from around 15,000 years ago and discovered forests containing several varieties of oak trees, each producing a unique type of acorn they could use for food. Evidence exists for 10 different varieties of acorn eaten in what is now California by these indigenous groups. Groups all over the New World found acorns good tasting in breads and soups.  At the same time, Koreans had long enjoyed acorn-pasta noodles.

Today, ready-made acorn meal is available. Acorn flour or meal can be purchased at health food stores and specialty shops, in stalls at some Native American Pow Wows, in Korean markets, and online. Click the link for more of the acorn story. 

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