[nafex] Honey Locust Pods - How to Process?
Scott Weber and Muffy Barrett
bluestem_farm at juno.com
Thu Jan 24 13:32:57 EST 2013
Maybe I have a different edition of Smith's "Tree Crops". I re-read the bit on honey locust last night, and it sounded to me like the corn and pods were ground at the same time, so that the meal could keep the pods from gumming up the mill--he described them as having a 'sticky molasses quality'.
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J. Russell Smith in his book, "Tree Crops - a Permanent Agriculture" has a recipe for honey locust pods and corn meal for cornbread. He said it was quite tasty and I've always wanted to try it. I believe he ground up the entire pod with seeds and added it to the cornmeal.
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