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    A R Pickett Guest

    Default Sources for ingredients?

    Especially those used in place of white flour when baking

    Almond flour and other subsitutes?

    There is a Whole Foods less than 3 miles from my house, and other health
    food specialty type shops in the metro area, but not as convenient.

    Just wondering where others had been able to find these various items.

    TIA

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    Susan Guest

    Default Re: Sources for ingredients?

    x-no-archive: yes

    A R Pickett wrote:
    > Especially those used in place of white flour when baking
    >
    > Almond flour and other subsitutes?
    >
    > There is a Whole Foods less than 3 miles from my house, and other health
    > food specialty type shops in the metro area, but not as convenient.


    I buy a large bag of Carbalose flour from netrition.com, and nut flours
    in my natural grocery, but it's also available online in various places.

    Susan

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    Julie Bove Guest

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    "A R Pickett" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Especially those used in place of white flour when baking
    >
    > Almond flour and other subsitutes?
    >
    > There is a Whole Foods less than 3 miles from my house, and other health
    > food specialty type shops in the metro area, but not as convenient.
    >
    > Just wondering where others had been able to find these various items.


    Almond meal is easy to make in a food processor or Magic Bullet. Just pulse
    it, making sure to stop very frequently so you don't get nut butter. If you
    don't have either of those things, you can use an old fashioned nut chopper
    and just keep chopping until it is dust. Failing that, you can chop in
    small quantities using a large knife.

    I am lucky in that I can find most of what I need at the various grocery
    stores around here. But if I can't I just order online. There are quite a
    few places.



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