View Full Version : Almond flour recipe?
01-24-2006, 01:06 PM
I just found this and was wondering if anyone has actually tried this? It is to make almond flour out of your almond pulp after making almond milk.
Recipe to make almond flour: Make almond milk as you normally do. Use the liquid for milk and dehydrate the almond pulp on a teflex sheet at 90 degrees for 8-10 hours, or until totally dry.
01-24-2006, 01:20 PM
You have removed the creamy flavor from the pulp, so I wouldn't think it would make good almond flour. Almond flour made by grinding dried almonds is the best flour IMHO.
01-24-2006, 01:35 PM
Randolyn, that is a VERY common raw foodist technique. Samuel may be right about it having less flavor than if you just grind almonds, however, it can be very useful in recipes, and after all, how much flavor did SAD flour have anyway? As long as you're adding stuff that has flavor, it can work great IMO, for something like oatmeal cookies with other stuff in them. You actually might want some of the almond flavor gone if you're just looking for a base for something else.
I rarely make almond milk anymore, but you can also just put the pulp right into cookie type recipes without dehydrating.
I wouldn't keep the flour around long IMO.
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