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The Mighty Oak: Survival Food and More

Oak is a favorite tree of survivalists. It’s strong, dense wood is favored for utility and for firewood. Acorns, though most species need to be prepared by leaching, are an important survival food. Plus the acorns, bark, roots, and leaves provide important herbal medicines. Native Americans used many species of

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