Food

Acorn Flour

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Food

REFERENCE:
https://honest-food.net/acorn-flour-recipe-cold-process/

Acorn

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Food
CATEGORY: Raw
SUBCATEGORY: Seed

DEGRADES: 90 days
DECAYS TO: Spoiled Food
DECAYS FROM: Moisture

DESCRIPTION:
The seeds of an oak tree. Inedible as is, but can be processed into a protein-rich meal.

COST: 20 LP

Spoiled Food

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Food
CATEGORY: Rotten

DEGRADES: 20 days
DECAYS TO: Organic Rubbish

DESCRIPTION:
This is the product of decay. It is no longer suitable for eating, but it still has potential for other uses, like generating methane or making ethanol.

COST: 1 LP

Green Cattail Spike

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Food
CATEGORY: Raw

DEGRADES: 1 day
DECAYS TO: Organic Rubbish
DECAYS FROM: Moisture, Warmth

DESCRIPTION:
These immature flower stalks of the cattail plant are edible after being boiled for 10 - 20 minutes or roasted.

COST: 20 LP

Cattail Rhizome

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Food
CATEGORY: Raw
SUBCATEGORY: Tuber

DEGRADES: 60 days
DECAYS TO: Spoiled Food
DECAYS FROM: Warmth

DESCRIPTION:
Buried in the muck at the base of the cattail plant, these one-inch thick underground roots have a spongy outer layer that when removed reveals a sweet but filling fibrous core. These can be processed to make a flour. They are at their peak in late fall.

Oat Grains

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Food
CATEGORY: Raw
SUBCATEGORY: Seed

DEGRADES: 1 month
DECAYS TO: Spoiled Food
DECAYS FROM: Moisture

DESCRIPTION:
The seeds as harvested from the oat plant. They are still viable to plant to grow more oats. Barely edible, the hulls greatly interfere with digestion. The hulls are very difficult to remove by hand; it is easier to crush the grains to get rolled oats and then separate out the hulls.

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