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Bruce Druliner demonstrates how identify the acorns of San Diego County. He then shows how to boil, bake, and grind them into acorn meal.

Bruce, a Palomar Mountain resident, created the Mountain Man Living History Presentation and performs as Burnt Spoon at schools, libraries, camps, and museums. He learned about the lives of mountain men through extensive reading and research. He has also worked as a park ranger, tour guide, ranch hand, musician, and square dance caller. Part of the year, Bruce can be found in Old Fort Benton, Montana, guiding tours and interpreting history. Find out more about Bruce on his My Palomar Mountain web page.

Find more information on these subjects in our library catalog: Wild plants, Edible. Cookery (Wild foods). 

Title:  How Make Acorn Meal
Author/Creators: Bruce Druliner, Tom Carroll, Adrian Garcia
Website: http://www.mypalomarmountain.com/brucedruliner/
Description:  Bruce Druliner demonstrates how to identify acorns and process them into acorn meal. 
Subject: Wild plants, Edible. Cookery (Wild foods).   
Date: April 26, 2012
Item Type: videorecording
Digital Format:
.mov
Duration: 00:09:32
Resolution/Bitrate: 1920x1080
Size: 1438.04MB
Digital Publisher: Escondido Public Library
Rights: This digital file may be used for educational purposes,
as long as it is not altered in any way. Prior written permission
from the Escondido Public Library is required for any other uses.

Identifier: 440364