Seed to Table: How to Process and Eat Acorns at Laguna Environmental Center

October 19, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Have you ever thought about eating acorns? Here’s your opportunity to try it in this hands-on workshop. Let us introduce you to the wonders of acorns as a local staple food. We’ll cover oak species identification, how to locate, harvest, process acorns into flour and give back to the land. Reciprocity is a key component in building a healthy relationship with the plants we forage. In these times of changing climate, oaks are a resilient candidate for nourishment and have been for local indigenous tribes for such a long time. Learn to integrate oaks into your everyday life and participate in local food sovereignty efforts.

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