A little zen and a lot of nuts make for an irresistible spread.
By Amy Graves | December 20, 2011
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I roasted my almonds for a little longer than the recipe called for, because it did not seem like they were changing color. The almond butter tastes good, but it is a different taste than the kind I get freshly ground at the health food store. Do you think that is because their almonds are chopped then roasted?
Overall, it was a really easy recipe to make and is a nice flavor.
I’ll try it!
How would I store almond butter? Fridge or pantry? And how long would it last?
hi almond butter fans! I store mine in the pantry. I’m not sure how long it lasts because I eat it quickly. Two or three weeks seems safe, if it’s in an airtight mason jar or something. Enjoy!
It sounds good. Haven’t had time to make it yet.
sounds good and healthy
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