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Almond Pulp Flour (white)

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If you are in need of a white, fine, raw almond flour… this is the next best thing to what you find commercially made. As you may or may not be aware, almond pulp is the by-product from making nut milk. You can’t purchase almond pulp at a store… Yet. I am waiting for the day that someone figures out how to bring this to the market. The trick is to remove the almond skins once the almonds are done soaking, before you blend them in water to create the almond milk.  This will leave you with a pure white…

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