Roasted Almond Nut
300g / 500g / 1kg
Almonds are a nutritious, portable, low-carbohydrate food that can be used in cooking or eaten as is. Almonds can be purchased, salted, unsalted, raw, or roasted. They can be turned into almond butter, made into almond milk, or ground as almond meal. Raw and roasted almonds are sodium-free, which is important for those people who have a history of hypertension or are looking to lower their sodium intake for other reasons.
The following nutrition information is provided by the USDA for 1 ounce (28g) or about 24 whole unsalted almonds.
Receipe of Almond milk
Blender, 100g Almonds, 200ml water
1. add almonds and water, and blend.
2. Once blended, you’ll want to strain out the almond pulp (also known as the flesh) with a strainer or cheesecloth.
3. You can also take a step further and flavor the almond milk by adding vanilla extract, salt and/or sweetener.
Use Almond milk for:-
1. Chia Pudding
2. Blueberry Almond Smoothies