This is great if you enjoy making your own nut butters! You can add seasonings, such as salt or sweeteners, also.
2 cup Italian raw almond flour
3 tablespoon raw virgin coconut oil (melted to a liquid)
In a Vita-Miz, blend all ingredients until a smooth almond butter forms, which should be runny. Refrigerate to achieve a stiff nut butter.
shgadwa: You can make flour from any nut/seed/bean you've soaked and sprouted. Soak it, sprout it, dehydrate it, and grind it either in a vita-mix, flour mill, or coffee grinder.
shgadwa: A friend of mine who eats raw food ordered 12 pounds of Italian raw almond flour from rawguru.com and gave me a bag, which is soaked and dehydrated. Go to the website yourself, it says it's soaked right there.
Almond flour soaked??? I thought that they just ground it into flour. I never hear of anything of them soaking them. Or, did you make this almond flour yourself?
Ok, I guess almond flour isn't sprouted, although it is soaked. Almonds are actually one of the few nuts that can be sprouted. Just sprout them the way you do with other seeds, and little tails will start coming out! Dehydrate the sprouted nuts, and blend a bunch of them in your Vita-Mix till a flour forms. There you go, raw sprouted almond flour!
I fail to see how this is "sprouted???" Almond flour is not sprouted although it might be a good way to make almond butter.
M@tt- rawguru.com sells it, but since this is so expensive, you can also make it yourself. Just soak and dehydrate raw truly raw almonds, and blend them in the Vita-Mix until you get a fine (or coarse) flour. Hope it turns out great!
Where do you get the Italian almond flour?
Your welcome Lucy! I was pretty amazed when I first made this myself too!
wow!!!! Thanks a lot. I always wanted to make my almond butter creamy.