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198 of 206 people found the following review helpful
on August 27, 2006
I've tried this and it seems to be both better and cheaper than Bob's Red Mill brand. Buying it like this brings the total price down to around $7.40 per bag..the best deal for people needing to replace the regular flour in their diet. The only thing I can suggest is to carefully store this flour as it can go stale before you use it all. I would suggest a good glass or heavy plastic, sealable container which can go in the fridge. Also you can buy this directly from Honeyville for cheaper.
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174 of 184 people found the following review helpful
When we initially went gluten free I'd bought an SCD cookbook to help me with recipes. However, everything I made had an odd, gritty type texture and I quickly decided I wasn't a fan of things baked with almond flour. Fast forward 5 years later & I end up with a cookbook that uses almond flour extensively, but the author specifically insists that you must use blanched almond meal flour, and especially recommends this Honeyville brand.

I was skeptical, but decided to give it a try, since the author insisted the type of almond flour made a difference. We bought the honeyville, made a few things and were amazed! This flour is really great! We've made a lot of different treats with this flour and everyone - even our gluten eating friends and family - have liked what we've made. It is so great to be able to cook with a more nutritious flour (vs. rice, potato starch, and other nutritionally deficient gluten free options) that also tastes great w/o a gritty texture.

One of the cookbooks we like & use a lot is: The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook

If you've not been a fan of almond flour cooking in the past, give it a try with this flour - it really does make a difference!
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131 of 145 people found the following review helpful
I just got my order so I'm not here to comment on how the product behaves for my particular baking needs, but I can say that before I ordered the product I called the company with concerns about the possibility of cross-contamination of their nut flours.

I was diagnosed with celiac disease, only after significant damage nearly killed me. Even after years of healing on a GF Diet, my digestive tract is severely damaged. I have to be ever vigilant about my product choices.

All food reactions should be carefully examined, but they should not be immediately or unduly blamed on gluten contamination. I don't work for nor do I currently receive any form of consideration from this company. This endorsement is strictly so others can make an informed decision!

Their number is (888)-810-3212. I recommend you call since manufacturing practices are subject to change, even though it seemed that this company is committed to providing a safe product for celiacs and others on a GF diet.

I asked if I could quote them and got their permission to write:

" Nut flours are processed in a separate facility which ONLY processes nut flours. Therefore, there's NO possibility of cross-contamination during manufacturing from gluten."

I am very comfortable using and recommending this product from a Gluten free point of view. I shall update the review here and on my blog as I use their flours in recipe formulation.

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on March 26, 2011
I have tried all the brands of almond flour that amazon sells. Honeyville is the best product, and the best value. I have baked cakes, pancakes, made cookies and muffins. Love it!
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on August 4, 2011
I use this almond meal instead of flour in my pie crusts. It is low in carbs and is much better for you than a flour pie crust. It also stores well in the freezer.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on June 14, 2012
I use this flour in my macaron cookies. There are no pieces of the hull and the grain is fine and even. Great value and fresh! So glad I finally found a good alternative to grinding my own!
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on March 24, 2011
This is a great alternative to wheat flours. It has a soft mouth feel, while holding baked good together. I am a fan and have almost finished my 5 pound bag in three weeks. All I can say is Yummm!
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2006
Our son is on a gluten free diet and Almond Flour is a daily staple.

Pancakes,muffins,"breading" for chicken & shrimp. Well worth every penny.

I like how finely ground this one is.
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81 of 108 people found the following review helpful
on July 4, 2013
This Almond flour makes the best cookies, crusts and cupcakes. We enjoyed it very much until I found out that about all almond orchards that are not organic are sprayed with Glyphosate. which is very, very bad for you.
After finding this information, I will not buy any Almond flour unless it is Organic or the orchard owner declares that he does not use any form of Glyphosate.
If this Almond flour was Glyphosate free I am not sure that 5 stars would have been enough,
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 9, 2009
I use this almond flour to bake French Macarons, and this is just fine!
It's a good quality and far cheaper than anything else I have found on the market until now.
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