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Stone Age Cooking using acorn flour ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ Stone age cooking with acorn flour. Once again Woodlands TV is in the mesolithic hut with Cristine and Ian from ESAMP ( East Sussex Archaeological and Museums Partnership). Following on from the previous programme they are experimenting with cooking acorn flour sweetened with blackberry juice. They also offer round some seeds from the Himalayan Balsam to try, as well as sloes. Again they pass on a wealth of information to a young audience as well as testing their tastebuds. The relaxed and informal discussion throws up such gems as how to use running water to leach acorns , and making fruit leather. Essential viewing.

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 19 February, 2011

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