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January 08, 2013



It depends on what you're trying to cut. In my case almonds are very low in carbohydrates. I use almond meal in place of bread crumbs and flour in a lot of my cooking. Also from Trader Joe's.


Don't get me wrong. Almonds are great, but put that wasabi on my tongue and I overeat them.


Natural almonds, while not as tasty, are great for heart health. A great way to get Vitamin E and micronutrients. Same with walnuts. Both so-called Superfoods.

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