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2/6/12 11:53 A

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Well did you taste them?

I did the same as you and then added it to my already made granola. That upped the protein in my granola and was very tasty.

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2/1/12 1:06 P

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emoticon I baked them at 300* for 20 min, then 20 more min, then 20 more min and then it was midnight so I turned the oven off and went to bed. Then this morning I forgot to grab some to try before I left for work! I am sooooo curious to taste it!

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1/31/12 11:20 P

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Yup, that's what i was going to suggest, Laura...let's see, um...
Use it in making granola, add it to hot cereal.
I think putting in your oven at the lowest temperature, stirring occasionally will dry/toast it nicely for sprinkling on anything like you would chopped nuts. Or even for topping, a casserole like you would bread crumbs.

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1/31/12 10:41 P

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You could use your oven to make crackers. Or simply dry out the almond pulp and use later as almond flour in baking or a coating for fish or chicken.

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1/31/12 10:15 P

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I do not own a dehydrator. It seems like ever suggestion for using almond pulp (left over from making my own almond milk) uses a dehydrator.

Any suggestions? I do not want to waste it.

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