a good food:

Almonds

Nuts sold in mixtures are not allowed, as most are roasted with a starch coating. Nuts should only be used as nut flour, in recipes, until diarrhea has subsided.

Comments & thoughts

  1. Kyaw says:

    I’m trying to get off wheat and sugar, so I’ve been lokiong for a starter recipe using almond flour, this one turned out pretty well, despite a lot of substitutions I used half chickpea flour, I added cocoa instead of chocolate chips, subbed earth balance for the fat and sweetened with a little coconut sugar and stevia. Still pretty delicious, so thanks great recipe, really simple and flexible!

  2. Kay Scrimshaw says:

    An easy savoury biscuit for your cheese etc can be made from 2 cups almond meal, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon almond oil, pinch of good salt – Preheat oven to 180-190c, combine the almond meal (or flour)and salt with the oil (as if making scones),add the egg and combine. Roll into a ball and roll out between 2 sheets of baking paper to about 1/4″ thick – maybe less. Place in oven for approx. 12-15 mins allowing edges to brown. Remove, enjoy warm or cold. Will store for a few days in airtight container if you want to make ahead. Play around with the amount of oil to your preference. They are yummy just on their own or with something on top – you can add a pinch of herbs, grated lemon rind and so on – endless options.


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