ACORNS - from FIELD to TABLE
Learn everything you need to know about how to identify, forage, process, and cook with acorns! Acorns were a staple in the diet of indigenous people and this course helps to preserve this incredible knowledge.
GREAT FOR BEGINNERS
Just a few of the skills you'll learn!
[Over 1 hour of video instruction + Downloadable Recipes]
How to Identify Different Oak Trees
How to tell the difference between a GOOD and BAD acorn while harvesting
How to crack and hull acorns
How to grind acorns into flour at home (+ drying and storing)
A simple method for cold leaching bitter tannins from acorns at home
DOWNLOAD a few a Sarah's tried and true Acorn Recipes!
Download some of Sarah's Favorite Acorn Recipes
From Acorn Rosemary Lemon Shortbread to made from scratch Acorn Crackers, Sarah shares with you a few of her favorite acorn recipes in an easy to follow downloadable recipe sheet with ingredients lists and instructions! Learn how to harvest and process acorns and then use these recipes to put your fresh acorn flour to use!
Meet Your Instructor
Sarah Barnett is an avid wild forager with a passion for sharing and preserving the knowledge of how to harvest, prepare, and eat nature's wild foods. Connect with Sarah on INSTAGRAM: @wolfbabe666
Welcome & What to Expect
- Welcome to the course!
- Course Objectives
Oak and Acorn Identification & Grading
- ACORNS: The Good, Bad, and the Rotten
- How to Identify an Oak Tree
- What You'll Need
- Gathering Acorns
Grinding, Processing, Leaching, Drying, & Storing Acorns
- Cracking Acorns
- Grinding Acorns
- Drying Your Acorn Flour
- Storing Your Acorn Flour
Final Thoughts and Recipes
- Final Thoughts
- [DOWNLOAD] Sarah's Tried & True Beginner Acorn Recipes
- [DOWNLOAD] Sarah's List of Acorn Resources