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53 responses to “The Best Way to Make Acorn Flour”

  1. Emily

    I’ll see what I can do! The water is now totally clear but the acorns are still bitter. I am trying to figure out if somehow I bound the tannins in when I dried them. I have no clue. I will try the hot leach method and see how it goes. Thank you so much for your quick responses.

  2. Ken Richard

    Thanks for a great website. I am glad the Pittsburgh Tribune Review did the article on foraging. Too bad it’s too late in the year to collect white oak acorns this year, but in a ten minute walk in downtown Ambridge I can probably collect a bushel bu next fall. I can’t wait to try some recipes from here and the newspaper. The flatbread recipe sounds like something I would love as I eat nuts and homemade breads often. One question: Can I use my bread machine for any of this?

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