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    Ok. My husband is in on this suggestion. What kind am I looking for - raw, dry roasted, salted? They tend to be quite costly. Anyone have a suggestion as to where to buy them - stores or on-line is fine.

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    raw

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    • #3
      Raw. I get them at Bulk Barn (Canada). Yes, they are expensive but compared to all the other snacky crud I used to buy (cereals, crackers, pretzels, etc. that I no longer need b/c PB helps cut down on snacking big time) I figure I'm saving money.
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        Amen to that. You end up saving so much money because you are not preoccupied constantly with eating. like the rest of the populace.

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        • #5
          I found macadamia nuts, raw ones, at my health food store for $7 for a itty bitty bag. The same health food store which was selling huge jars of macadamia nut butter for $10.

          I've been indulging in a few spoonfuls every now and again!
          There aren't many problems in life that can't be solved by sleeping it off, or adding more butter.

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          • #6
            Raw. Then soak, and roast/salt them yourself. If you have a Trader Joe's nearby they have them, or you could order them from:
            Raw Nuts and Seeds: Nut Price List and Shopping Cart
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            • #7
              Just straight raw is perfect. I thought they were eh at first, but they grow on you. By the way, how old they are really does make a difference. Fresh macadamia nuts have a much nicer taste!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by tradawg View Post
                Raw. Then soak, and roast/salt them yourself. If you have a Trader Joe's nearby they have them, or you could order them from:
                Raw Nuts and Seeds: Nut Price List and Shopping Cart
                This is truth. Get a dehydrator and dehydrate. Gets rid of the phytates and makes them taste better. YES!

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