About 35 L of acorns were placed in a hole near the entrance of a house. The acorns were then covered with a thin layer of grass and then dirt. Urine from every family member was collected and deposited in the hole for the next 5 – 6 months.
The dish was considered a delicacy.
- "Northwest Plateau Culture".
- "Wanderings of an Artist Among the Indians of North America".
- "Handbook of American Indians north of Mexico, Volume 1 ". 
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