I’m kinda thinking the answer to this would be ‘no’, but I’m going to ask just in case…
I bought too many nuts for me to soak/dry (they were on sale) and eat within enough time that they won’t spoil, so I’m keeping them in the freezer and soaking/drying them a little at a time. I was curious, though: would I be able to soak/dry them and then store them in the fridge or freezer for a few months? or should I just keep the raw ones in there and bring out little bits at a time to soak? I’m thinking they probably wouldn’t freeze well, but I wanted to ask, just in case.
Oh yeah! One more thing… I recently heard (and only from 1 person, but it interested me) that you shouldn’t soak the really oily nuts (walnuts, brazil nuts, etc.) because their shells are so hard naturally that they don’t have the enzyme inhibitors so you don’t have to soak them. Is this true? I’ve never heard that before, so I’m still soaking mine (have a ‘batch’ in there now)!
Anyway, I was just curious… thanks for any tips!