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Old 02-21-2012, 16:18   #11
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The almond flour from Bob's gave them a texture similar to buckwheat which was fine with me. Sigh, I guess I'll have to get the flour as well as the meal. I'm gonna run outta room in my cabinets or fridge to store all this new stuff I need. I wonder how much has to be stored in cold? Any body know?


I store ALL my flours in the fridge as well as in the freezer. My rice too even tho I don't use much of either. I gave my breadmaker & all the reg flours/yeast to my DD.
Oh I store nuts in the freezer too.

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Old 02-21-2012, 18:31   #12
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I use fridge and freezer for most of my storage too. Cereal storage containers work well for the big bags of almond flour, etc.




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I store mine in the freezer, but keep some in an airtight container in the pantry. However, the Honeyville one breaks up so easily. This morning I took a cup right from the freezer, and just broke it up in my hands. The Bob's clumped a lot.

Lemme warn you, Pat - once you use the Honeyville you'll be sold! I do like Bob's for some cookies when I want a denser texture, but for things like pancakes, cakes and almond meal bread ... oh la la.

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I had same pancake today this morning with some customization. My wife put some onion on it while cooking... It was so tasty...

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Diana:

I had your pancakes this morning for breakfast....wonderful!
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I store mine in the freezer, but keep some in an airtight container in the pantry. However, the Honeyville one breaks up so easily. This morning I took a cup right from the freezer, and just broke it up in my hands. The Bob's clumped a lot.

Lemme warn you, Pat - once you use the Honeyville you'll be sold! I do like Bob's for some cookies when I want a denser texture, but for things like pancakes, cakes and almond meal bread ... oh la la.
Hmmm...hadn't seen the Honeyville stuff. It's cheaper than Bob's (per pound). Did you get the regular or blanched almond flour?

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I've been using blanched all the time & it seems to work all right. Got another bag on order right now.




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I'm really glad so many of you are loving the almond flour pancakes, but I can't take the credit for creating the recipe, only for finding it! Low-Carb Almond Meal Pancakes - Pancake Recipe with Almond Meal or Almond Flour and it's always good to read the comments on each recipe.

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And now, for your pleasure....almond flour waffles! I don't have a waffle iron, but they sure look good! Almond Flour Waffles Recipe - Allrecipes.com

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Hey - I bet we could get around the honey in the waffles recipe by using Walden Farm maple syrup, y'think? How about it, Jeanne? Marty? You all are the best tinkerers we have . . .




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what oil are ya'll using. all I have is olive oil. Not using that lol.

I also noticed NO baking powder. in another recipe it says baking soda???

I also wonder if this recipe would work for waffles. I am going to try it. lol Have to dust off the waffle maker tho.

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