Gebruikte bronnen

  • Ray Mears and Gordon Hillman, Wild Food

  • Acorns as a Food Resource. An Experiment with Acorn Preparation and Taste

    Tereza Šálkováa*, Michaela Divišováa, Štěpánka Kadochovác, Jiří Benešb, Kateřina Delawská,Eva,Kadlčkováa, Lenka Němečkováa, Kamila Pokornáb, Václav Voskaa

    , Andrea Žemličkováb

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_Pleistocene

  • Acorns as a Food Resource. An Experiment with Acorn Preparation and Taste

    Tereza Šálkováa*, Michaela Divišováa, Štěpánka Kadochovác, Jiří Benešb, Kateřina Delawská,Eva,Kadlčkováa, Lenka Němečkováa, Kamila Pokornáb, Václav Voskaa

    , Andrea Žemličkováb

  • IRON AGE ACORNS FROM BOEZINGE (BELGIUM):
    THE ROLE OF ACORN CONSUMPTION IN PREHISTORY, KOEN DEFORCE · JAN BASTIAENS · HANS VAN CALSTER · SOFIE VANHOUTTE 

  • Wild edible plants in Israel Tradition Versus Cultivation 

  • Oak, the frame of civilization, William Bryant Logan 

  • Bitter taste, Phytonutrients, and the consumer: a review, Adam Drewnowski aand Carmen Gomez-Carneros 

  • Eating on The wild side Jo Robinson

  • Principles and practice of phytotherapy, Kerry Bone and Simon Mills

  •  The Forager Handbook, A guide to the edible plants of Britain, Miles Irving

  • https://www.natuurpunt.be/veelgestelde-vragen-over-de-vos

  • Introduction to Phytoremediation, National Risk Management Research Laboratory

    Office of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268

  • UC Berkeley researchers  Philip Stark and Tom Carlson in Take a Walk on the Wild (Edibles) Side, ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8BLU3iaLgM ) 

  • Fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy, Michael Heinrich, Joanne Barnes, Somin Gibbons, Elizabeth M Williamson p 162

  • Groot Handboek geneeskrachtige planten, Dr. Geert Verhelst

  • Investigation of Oxalate Levels in Sorrel Plant Parts and Sorrel-Based Products 

    Jema Tuazon-Nartea, Geoffrey Savage