Yone' Ward wrote:It might be more sanitary to mount two tires on bearings so that they are tread to tread, have one driven by an electric motor, and drop the shells down between them so they get crushed between them. Just make sure you don't get between the tires. You will also get processed if you do. That's the bad way to add protein to food.
Cortland Satsuma wrote: Question about once they are blackened: Can you still process them for eating? We only have one in our forest (a squirrel planting?); I gathered a paper bag full with the intent of the low tech approach of driving over them and forgot to get back to them. When I realized it, they were black. So I have a bag of "now what?!" lol
Jerry Ward wrote: I have 6-8 large black walnut trees on my property and would like to know how to process them to at least get the green outer husk off of them. Everything I've heard they are difficult and they stain.
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