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Chapter:Almond, Coconut, and Other Nut Milk Recipes
Section:Almond Milks
Recipe:Almond Milk Pulp
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Almond Milk Pulp
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If you ever make almond milk you can use the pasty stuff that's left over
after the milk drains to make a cheese substitute. Just mix a bit of lemon
juice to it, enough that it just tastes a bit tangy. The texture will be
some what like ricotta cheese and when added to paleo pizza it's a pretty
good substitute. Sorry I don't have any measurements for this as the amount
of stuff left over after making milk isn't always the same so I just add the
lemon juice to taste.
By Patti Vincent. Posted to the PaleoRecipe Mailing List, Feb. 2001

Dried, it makes a fantastic "flour"! I spread it out in a glass baking dish
and turn the oven to 'warm'. Check it from time to time. When it's dry,
you've got "flour". You can make muffins with it, pancakes (add eggs and
coconut flour), whatever. I know, I know, this may be pushing the envelope
for some, but if you're dying for a muffin or something, it does the trick.
This is (obviously) lighter and lower in calories than finely ground
almonds.

By Dori Zook. Posted to the PaleoRecipe Mailing List, Feb. 2001
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