The almond is conventionally used as a topping by being slivered or cut up to serve on top of dishes. However, a recent trend has emerged with the rise in gluten allergies, gluten sensitivities, low carbohydrate diets, or the recent health implications of bleached or processed flours which has led to a gap in many people’s diets. To fill this gap, grinding up almonds results in almond flour that can be used to replace bleached or processed flour for whatever reason it needs to be replaced.
With the Every Day Almond Flour Recipes book, beginners can be taken through a few common recipes and a few exotic recipes that can broaden their skills when cooking or baking with almond flour. With health benefits including protein content, fiber content, and a low glycemic impact, almond flour is a great alternative to use instead of wheat flour. Be confident in your ability to use almond flour after reading Every Day Almond Flour Recipes.