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Combine the ground almonds and water in a saucepan and bring to a boil.
Combine the almonds, cranberries, parsley, thyme and scallions in a serving dish.
Place a whole almond or pecan half in middle of each slice.
In place of the typical almond or hazelnut flour, Mr. Campbell uses ground sunflower seeds.
Acne-prone clients should look to drier oils, such as jojoba, hazelnut, and sesame, while those with dehydrated skin should opt for coconut, almond, or shea butter.
The distinct odor resembles the smell of decaying almonds or rotting cherries.
Guests have the option to substitute regular milk for soy, almond or coconut milk.
My choice of strudel was the apricot-almond kind from Heidi's strudel.
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This nut is seed of a tree in the rose family, native to Southwest Asia. The tree grows somewhat larger and lives longer than the peach. It is strikingly beautiful when in flower. The nuts are either sweet or bitter. Sweet almonds are the edible type consumed as nuts and used in cooking. The extracted oil of bitter almonds is used to make flavoring extracts for foods and liqueurs. Almonds provide small amounts of protein, iron, calcium, phosphorus, and B vitamins, and are high in fat.
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