YieldHowever much pulp you got
Leftover almond pulp from making milk
1. Spread the pulp on a teflex sheet in the dehydrator.
2. Dehydrate until it's dry and crunchy.
3. Grind the dried pulp in a coffee grinder in batches and pass through a fine sifter. You’ll end up with fine and course flour.
4. Put the two in different containers and keep them in the freezer.
Nanamensah's ThoughtsBy nanamensah
I think that this is the best thing to do with your leftover almond pulp.
This flour is excellent for breads, cookies, and other baked goods.
It eventually adds up!
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