Nut Meal/Flour

Almond Meal (or any kind of nut of your choice) can be very pricey at the stores.  To make your own, use a food processor and blend the nut  until desired consistency (sometimes, I like a chunkier meal and sometimes I like it more of a flour consistency).  Although I’ve used pecans, macadamias and walnuts to make flour, my go-to is almonds.  I keep a container with already prepared flour in my pantry.

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  1. funny, i made some this morning, trying to make nut butter, but only got as far as the meal for some reason… dangerouly delicious:))

  2. How long will the almond flour keep? I'm just getting into this eating lifestyle, so don't have that many recipes for the almond flour yet.

    • cavegirlcuisine says:

      My guess would be indefinitely as it is just ground up nuts…to be safe, I would say in an airtight container no longer than a year.

  3. How long will the almond meal keep? I am new to the eating lifestyle and don't have many recipes with almond meal yet?

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  6. Are these raw almonds or do you roast them first? Where is the best price for buying bulk?

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