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Old 11-30-2011, 15:14   #11
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Well DON'T TELL my digestive tract ... I still tolerate it!

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Default awesome!

This is one of the few things that really doesn't cause much if any blood sugar spike for me. It makes awesome pie crust, pancakes, etc.

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Almond flour is my friend, it doesn't spike me either, and it's low carb.
1/4 cup almond flour has 6 carbs, 3 fiber (3 net carbs)

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Great, I will try the almond flour. Thanks everyone for all the tips. I will check out the recipe section also.

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Originally Posted by kimberly58 View Post
I read a book that said Almond flour is low carb high fat and a good substitute for regualr for baking.

has anyone had any experiences with this. ? I'm wondering if it would spike my sugar. I miss baking.
Almond flour has 4 to 6 grams of carbohydrate per quarter cup, all purpose flour has 23. I make pancakes with it.


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