In Berkeley, Cafe Ohlone brings back the Bay Area’s first foods

We made acorn “bread” as a class project when I was in elementary school. Even at that age I figured that nobody would eat it if they had alternatives.

Kind of embarrassing that the Bay Area’s best food writer has to publish in LA.

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If the LA times food section continues to turn into a mini lucky peach - I’m not going to be mad.



They’re doing their best to fill those giant shoes.

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I was at Miari Korean noodle House on Olympic level one block east of Western. They have the Korean style acorn jelly in a spicy salad, anyone just wants to try eating material from acorns

Dotori-muk muchim.

Here’s an article on acorns and food from Scientific American