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Ever-abundant acorns become flour

Imagine if we could use a food source that is naturally abundant and doesn’t consume another scarce commodity (ie, water). Centuries ago, the native peoples of California used the food sources available to them. One of those was the ever-abundant acorn!

Fr. Ian Delinger currently serves as Rector at St Stephen's Episcopal Church in San Luis Obispo. He was born on the Central Coast, and was raised in both rural western Nebraska and on the Central Coast. He studied Chemistry at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. Then, he moved to the Silicon Valley where he was as a project manager in a consulting firm which specializes in environmental, health and safety issues for the semiconductor manufacturing industry and other high technology industries, followed by a couple of stints in corporate events management and marketing.