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Almond Butter

What you need: 

whole raw almonds
salt, optional

What you do: 

** Of course, this may also be made using the humble peanut and very good it is too.
Using no oil, toast the almonds in the oven, stirring every few minutes, until beginning to change color. Cool.
Place in a food processor and grind until very fine. Continue to process until the almonds begin to release their oil, resting the motor from time to time. Process until oily and smooth. Store in an airtight jar. * Dont be tempted to think the oil will not release. I assure you it WILL happen.

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Fantastic!  I'd tried almond butter in the vita mix before and it never got creamy.  Did this in my food processor and it turned out terrific!  Didn't take much time at all or many nuts.  I didn't take the skins off either and you can't even tell.  Thanks for this terrific recipe  ;)b ;)b

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I  used  $ 7  of  raw  cashews ,  and got back 14 oz. of nut butter. It's about  an even wash , compared with the store.

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This is such a great idea.  Nut butters are expensive and not always worth it.  This way you can make just the amount you want, as salty or as sweet as you want.  I used cashews, but am totally going to use all different kinds of nuts per my whims from now on.  I wasn't sure exactly what consistancy I would get, when I got to the hard ball spinning around in the food processor I thought it was done, it was kinda like hard peanut butter, so I put it in a bowl and mashed a little maple syrup in it to try and smooth it out.  Then I read hopfrog's review-- so glad I did, I put the not quite creamy butter back into the food processor for another few minutes and it got really creamy and smooth.  Now if I only had some bread and some raisins for sandwiches :)

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i started this and realized i was supposed to toast the almonds, but it was too late...well first i tried my vitamix, and that was completely worthless!! it couldnt even spin the almond crumbles...so i stuck them in my food processer, which was much better. well i processed them for like 45 minutes, and no almond butter, but i a realllyyy thick and greasy almond paste...sooo i added 3 scoops of chocolate protein powder, some soymilk, and flax seed and voila! un-nutella!! its actually pretty smooth and fantastic!
but next time i try this i am definitely roasting my almonds, i feel like that will make all of the difference

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Very nice, but kinda strong if you leave the skins on the almonds. I'm gonna try and rub them off next time, after I've toasted and cooled them. I think this will make the flavour more mellow, and I know it would make the colour nicer... unfortunately my AB ended up rather brown. It kinda looked like crap on toast. :lol: I will definitely make this again.

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