Does eating acorns sound–well, you know–a little nutty. Maybe you thought only squirrels could eat something that hard and bitter. I know it might sound a little odd, but consider eating acorns.
It’s not a new idea. The Indians here in North America ate them for survival.
You never know what we’ll have to do for survival one day that we wouldn’t normally do now. We should prepare in leisure for what we may one day have to do in haste.
Acorns are nutritious and plentiful. If you are afraid to get food in the wild because you have trouble identifying edible wild plants in the woods, I’m sure you won’t have any problem recognizing acorns.
Preparing and eating them is easier than you might think. Believe it or not, there are recipes for acorn cheesecake and acorn enchiladas.
Where do you get the recipes and cooking instructions? There’s a little book called Acorns and Eat ’em. It might help you, or someone you know, to survive.
This little book isn’t just theory or educated guesses. Suellen Ocean has taught the art of eating acorns for years. In Acorns and Eat ’em she presents a field guide to oaks, along with modern instructions and delicious recipes.
You don’t have to be a squirrel to save acorns. In fact, you’d better get yours before the squirrels beat you to them!
Get Acorns and Eat ’em by clicking on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. And watch the video below for more info on eating acorns.