Mesolithic Cooking of Acorns, Sloes and Nettle Crisps

By woodlandstv

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ . Mesolithic Age cooking using acorns, sloes and nettles. The final part of our films shot inside a reconstruction of a mesolithic hut. Ian and Cristine from ESAMP offer up such delicacies as acorn cakes, sloes, acorn kernels, and nettle crisps. Keen Woodlands TV watchers will notice the point at the end of the film where camera 1 ran out of tape. Fortunately camera 2 kept on filming as the nettle crisp sequence unfolded.

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Great video i like it, I like cooking the Acorn with a little water it makes a good little bread.

Tim Jones

March 29, 2011

@branni79 Glad you enjoyed the film and thanks for watching WoodlandsTV


November 7, 2011

Why do you have a hole in your roof ?, perhaps you dont know that is a fire hazard, the real thatched roundhouses don't have this for a very good reason please check this out.

Devon Blacksmith

September 20, 2014