On Thursday, Feb. 17, Slattery will lead a class showing how to process acorns to eat, and, according to the event's page:
"Acorns are believed to be the most substantive food the human race has consumed throughout our time on this Earth. If that’s so, what are we waiting for?"The class will feature a "detailed approach" to gathering, processing and cooking with acorns with a presentation and hands-on demonstration. It will include samples and recipes like cookies, bread, gnocchi, falafel, pizza crust, crepes and more.
Slattery's "Processing Acorns for Food" workshop will run from 6 until 8 p.m. It costs $10 to attend and you can sign up for the event now through the Food Conspiracy Co-op website.