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Old 05-29-2010, 06:30 PM   #15
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Wow, I love that pic! It's so cool that ndns learned how to process the tannin out of acorns to make them edible. The info in the article was just amazing too.

Learning to process corn with lye (nixtamalization) is some more aMAIZEing injunuity.

Our tribe knew which roots (cammas) needed to be slow roasted so the indigestible inulin transformed to fructose. Too bad the cammas prairies have all been converted to modern crops.
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