Soak the acorns for a few hours. If the water was safe to drink, taste a piece of acorn to see if it is still bitter. If you don’t like it, dump off the water (which should be brown like tea), add fresh warm water and soak the acorn pieces again for a few hours. Repeat this up to four times depending on the acorn’s bitterness. They can be dried and ground when processed. Great resource here: http://www.grandpappy.info/racorns.htm
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