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Hi folks in Spain and Portugal
I am looking for some seeds to try to grow some permie specials here in Anjou France
Firstly sweet oaks so I can eat some acorns
Secondly tiger nuts also known as chewfa for eating raw and making cooking oil
Thirdly liquorish as I fancy making some sweets
Am willing to pay postage etc or swap for anything I can get here in France that folks are looking for

David
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If you don't find any over the summer, remind me in the autumn and I'll collect some sweet oak acorns for you.
 
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Merci , mon amiee
Have you tried the chewfa ? It's often made into a milk type product.

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I have heard that my oak tree is the sweetest in the valley (what ever that means), I could send you some when they are ripe?
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