Ingredients Jump to Instructions ↓

  1. 1 cup whole unblanched almond

  2. 1/16 teaspoon water (*do not* add the water to the almonds!)

Instructions Jump to Ingredients ↑

  1. Place half of the whole, unblanched almonds in a clean electric coffee bean grinder.

  2. Place the lid on the coffee bean grinder and pulse several times until a medium-fine textured meal forms. Don't over-grind or you will make almond butter!

  3. Put ground almond meal in a clean flour sifter. Sift almond meal. Place any large particles of almonds back in coffee bean grinder and pulse again. Sift remaining almond meal.

  4. Repeat with the other half.

  5. Tips: It is important to refrigerate (or wrap, label-including the date and freeze) any unused almond meal because it can become rancid after being ground and exposed to oxygen and light.

  6. Store-bought almond meal is frequently made with blanched almonds- almonds that have had the skins removed. To maintain the valuable nutrition, use almonds with their skins on because the skin contains healthy antioxidants.

  7. Use any nut to make fresh, delicious nut meals using this simple technique. ?


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