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    Sourcing Mac Nuts

    Where do you get/order macadamia nuts from? I can't find anything local and am looking to order online. Wondering about raw versus roasted. (I like some nuts raw...walnuts, pecans, almonds but hate cashews raw!)

    Gimme some nuts!
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    I get organic, raw macadamia nuts from nuts.com reasonable prices, fast shipping and nice people.
    Height: 5' 10"
    Starting Weight: 292
    Starting Primal Weight: 275
    Current weight: 224
    Goal weight: 172
    Body Fat 30.5

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    thanks for your reply!!
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    Have you checked the farmer's markets? That's where I get mine, and I live just slightly south of you

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    Anybody know of a European equivalent to nuts.com ?

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    I use nuts.com, too. I compared their macs against the raw macs I got locally (food co-op), and their nuts taste fresher. Since rancid old nuts are a problem, I go with fresher whenever possible.

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    Both whole foods and trader joe's have macadamia nuts. They are a lot cheaper at trader joe's. I love macadamia nuts, I go roasted and salted. It probably isn't the healthiest way to eat them but they taste SOOO much better that way.

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    Luckily for me, Tesco does them in most stores. Expensive, at 2.50 for a small bag, but damn tasty.
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