View Full Version : What to do with almond pulp?
01-12-2007, 12:21 AM
I have the soyabella nut milk maker, which I have been using to make raw almond milk. It's very good and super easy to make by the way, and mixes so well with young thai coconuts for a creamy milk). There is a wet, powdery residue left over after I make my milk. It's just wet, ground up soaked almonds. What should I do with it? I thought about making cheese, but it takes a while to get enough. I have been saving it up every time I make my milk and I have about 1.5 cups now. Could I mix it in with grains and other goodies to make energy bars? Any suggestions?
01-12-2007, 09:05 AM
I dehydrate my almond pulp and then grind it in a coffee grinder. Store it in the freezer until you have about 3 cups. Maraw has a WONDERFUL pie crust listed on her sight...it is sooo yummy my kids wanted to eat JUST THE PIE CRUST...tasted like SAD crust, only better. Her sight is "therawtable" That's what I do with my almond pulp.
Rawkinlocs also stated one time in a thread, that she dehydrated her pulp too, and ground it into flour to make cookies with...anything that calls for ground almonds you can use this "flour" with. I can imagine the cookies would be out of this world. I'll look for the recipe and see if I can boot the thread back up. They were mysticats recipes I think for the cookies, and Rawkinlocs suggested her substitute for the almond pulp.
01-12-2007, 09:17 AM
See the threads I "bumped up" for you: "Christmas cookies" and "rawkinlocs rawkin cinnamon rolls."
Hope this helps.
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