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Have you ever eaten deez nutz
Posted 8/31/16
Can't say I have.
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Nope.
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Have you????
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Lets get to bashing butts aswell as deez nutz
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Posted 8/31/16

stars201 wrote:

Have you????


No I haven't eaten acorns, but when they start falling this fall I'll try them out.
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Posted 8/31/16

potentsativa wrote:


stars201 wrote:

Have you????


No I haven't eaten acorns, but when they start falling this fall I'll try them out.


http://www.almanac.com/content/how-prepare-acorns-cooking
Posted 8/31/16
I didn't know humans eat these

I thought they were only for squirrels
Posted 8/31/16

stars201 wrote:

I didn't know humans eat these


These, deez...nutz
Hah got em!!!
Posted 8/31/16

lorreen wrote:


potentsativa wrote:


stars201 wrote:

Have you????


No I haven't eaten acorns, but when they start falling this fall I'll try them out.


http://www.almanac.com/content/how-prepare-acorns-cooking


I was hoping to make brownies, it's gonna be alot of work just for some brownies though, but I'm game.
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Posted 8/31/16
No and I don't want to.
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Posted 8/31/16
A few times acorns aren't really my thing though. I much prefer almonds for my tree nuts.
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Posted 9/1/16 , edited 9/1/16

lorreen wrote:


potentsativa wrote:


stars201 wrote:

Have you????


No I haven't eaten acorns, but when they start falling this fall I'll try them out.


http://www.almanac.com/content/how-prepare-acorns-cooking



Rather interesting I should try this, but it also reminds me I should do the same with crickets, bark and for the insane health benefit it is, very carefully ground bones. (If anyone tries that last one use the right equipment and wear a particulate mask.)

For strange people such as myself who wouldn't leach the tannins just to see what it would taste like, their is suggestions that tannis are bad for you, I can neither conform or deny this but its worth considering.
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Posted 9/1/16
I tried one raw. didn't like it.
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Posted 9/1/16

stars201 wrote:

I didn't know humans eat these

I thought they were only for squirrels


Actually they make excellent feed for deer as well.

http://gundata.org/blog/post/red-oak-white-oak-or-chestnut-for-deer-mast-crop/
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