Picea balsamifera – Famine Foods

Picea balsamifera


Norway: inner part of bark hung several days to dry, then oven-baked. Next, It is then beaten on wooden blocks, and pounded as finely as possible in wooden vessels, and finely milled into coarse meal, like barley or oats and, lastly, mixed with a few moss seeds, and other [unspecified] ingredients and baked into inch-thick bread.

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