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Almond meal


Almond meal, almond flour or ground almond is made from ground sweet almonds. Almond flour is usually made with blanched almonds, whereas almond meal can be made both with whole or blanched almonds. The consistency is more like corn meal than wheat flour.

  • also known as Farine d'amande
  • more generic: Almond

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Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Flour-Free Eating (2010)

by Keith Berkowitz, M.D., Shelly James

Nutritionally, almond meal is a superfood providing many essential vitamins and minerals. Additionally, it's a good source of fiber and a hearthealthy monounsaturated fat. Almond meal is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, including ...

Google previewIlhenaylh (2014)

Feast by Yvonne Wyss

Gluten-Free Flours Almond Almond meal is a very expensive but xi Measures.

Google previewPacific Fancier (1906)

Almond meal is an excellent substitute. Used with warm water, it is not only cleansing but refining for the complexion. Don't eat fat meats, highly spiced food or stimulating coffee if your face is inclined to redness. A careful diet and plenty of ...

Google previewHow to Do Absolutely Everything (2013)

Homegrown Projects from Do-it-yourself Experts by, Eric J. Wilhelm

The resulting almond meal is a free bonus, useful in cookies, crumb crusts, porridge, granolas, or in lieu of bread crumbs in stuffing and dressings, breaded crusts, etc. Ingredients To make a half gallon (or approximately 2 liters) of delicious ...

Google previewPreventative Medicine in the Home (1912)

A Plain Treatise on Hygiene, Sanitation, Prevention of Sickness, Modes of Transmission of the Various Kinds of Infection and Contagion, with Means of Prevention of Same ... by John Nelson Goltra

Almond meal is a very soothing remedy, and is used a great deal in the best preparations. Peroxide of Hydrogen destroys the cuticle or outer layer of the skin when its application is continued for some time. You can see this by its effect on your ...

Google previewThe New Standard Formulary (1910)

Comprising in Part I All Preparations Official Or Included in the Pharmacopeias, Dispensatories Or Formularies of the World, Together with a Vast Collection from Other Sources : the Parts Following Embracing Domestic and Veterinary Remedies, Proprietary and Synthetic Remedies, Perfumes and Toilet Articles, Soda and Other Beverages and Domestic Utilities by A. Emil Hiss, Albert Ethelbert Ebert

Oil of bergamot drops 30 Oil of lemon drops 10 Oil of neroli drops 5 Tincture of musk drops 15 This formula does not call for almond, hence the name almond meal is a misnomer. However, it is an excellent detersive ...

Google previewBaked Doughnuts For Everyone (2013)

From Sweet to Savory to Everything in Between, 101 Delicious Recipes, All Gluten-Free by Ashley McLaughlin

Almond meal is a gluten- free and grain-free flour ground from whole, raw almonds and is not to be confused with almond flour, which is made with blanched (skinless) almonds. It packs a ...

Google previewAmerican Soap Journal and Manufacturing Chemist (1892)

Almond meal is an absorbent of alkali and oil, and its chemical action is such that upon absorption it effectually neutralizes the entire soap mass, and the result is a toilet soap which may be used upon the most delicate skin without any evil ...

Google previewThe Grocer's Encyclopedia ... (1911)

ALMOND MEAL, ALMOND PASTE: are made from ground sweel almonds, after the extraction of Almond Oil. They are much used in pastry and confectionery — in the manufacture of almond macaroons and other sweet pastries, in fancy cake ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines ... (1858)

by Andrew Ure

By throwing the bitter almond meal into boiling water the synaptase immediately coagulates, and the above mutual reaction can no longer be obtained, nor the above volatile products. In order properly to prepare the essence of bitter almonds ...

Google previewA Dictionary of treatment (1892)

by Sir William Whitla

almond meal, rusks, and biscuits ; also, " Torrified " or charred bread. Dry sherry, claret, bitter ale, brandy and whiskey in small quan- tities. Tea, coffee (without sugar), chocolate ...

Google previewMazdaznan Encyclopaedia of Dietetics and Home Cook Book (1905)

Cooked and Uncooked Foods, what to Eat and how to Eat it ... by Otoman Zar-Adusht Hanish

Mix with one quart fresh milk the well-beaten yolks of four eggs, two tablespoonfuls almond meal, one-half cupful sugar, one cupful finely-ground cracker-dust, a little grated orange or lemon peel, pinch of salt. Put in graniteware dish and set in ...

Google previewThe Home Reference Library: Household encyclopedia (1900)

A little almond meal may be put into the warm water in which the hands are washed, and if they are much soiled a little borax or ammonia may be added. The roughest hands will be softened if care is given them before retiring at night.

Google previewAppleton's Medical Dictionary (1915)

by Caroline Wormeley Latimer

Almond meal, mlstura amygdalae. A preparation composed of 20 parts of compound powder of almonds and 80 parts of distilled water [Br. Ph.]. oleum amygdalae amarae. The volatile oil of bitter almonds, oleum amygdalae dull -is [ U. S. Ph., ...

Google previewThe New International Encyclopaedia (1915)

by Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams

The almond meal dry, or, what is still better, almonds just blanched and beaten into a paste, is thoroughly mixed with fine sugar and the whites of eggs, the paste dropped on an oiled paper or tin, and then baked until a delicate brown. Similarly ...

Google previewThe American Encyclopaedia of Commerce, Manufactures, Commercial Law, and Finance (1881)

by Leo de Colange

These additions are one or more along a large list,—sugar, honey, treacle, gum, starch, oatmeal, flour, rice, potato starch, nut meal, almond meal, arrowroot, together with spices and perfume. Mixing, heating, and casting in moulds are the ...

Google previewDictionary of Manufactures, Mining, Machinery, and the Industrial Arts (1869)

by George Dodd

These additions are one or more among a large list — sugar, honey, treacle, gum , starch, oatmeal, flour, rice, potato starch, nut meal, almond meal, arrowroot, together with spices and perfumes. Mixing, heating, and casting in moulds are the ...

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