"If truth be told, the real staff of life for mankind as a whole has probably been neither wheat nor rice, but instead the wild acorns from the oak trees that grow in America, Europe, Asia and Africa."
- "The Wordsworth Guide to Edible Plants & Animals" by A.D. Livingston & Helen Livingston
The acorn, utilized as a food source for upwards to 10,000 years, is now all but forgotten when we modern humans walk over them on the city sidewalks, mow over them in our yards or even worse...throw them away in plastic trash bags to sit out front waiting to be picked up with the rest of your weekly "yard waste". The acorn is food for such a vast expanse of species, humans certainly being one of them. This workshop will discuss some of the history of the acorn as a food source, nutritional value of the acorn, techniques that were employed by indigenous peoples to process acorns into food, traditional acorn dishes and how to process them at home using your own hands and tools. There will be freshly baked maple acorn muffins to try at the event as well! Space is limited to 15 for this special event.
Saturday November 5th, 2022 @ 10:00am-12:00pm
Rainbow Blossom Wellness Center (demo kitchen)
3608 Springhurst Boulevard
Louisville, KY 40241
Cancellation notice: If you choose to cancel your ticket(s), please do so at least 30 days before the scheduled workshop. Your ticket purchase will be eligible for a 50% refund if canceled thirty days prior to the workshop event date. If canceled after, there’s no refunds. If you don't show up to the event for any reason, there's absolutely no refunds. Due to the limited class sizes (roughly 15-17 people per workshop), there's no policy where you can transfer your ticket(s) to a different workshop than the one you originally booked UNLESS it's not full. If you choose to do this, you're responsible for contacting us with at least 30 days notice prior to the workshop date you've booked.