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    Wow. Another good use for almond flour.


    Tonight we had some haddock dipped in a bit of egg (pastured, of course)-- then dredged in almond flour.


    Fry it in about 2-3 TBS of coconut oil.


    Battered fried fish!! It was delicious! Served with homemade tartar sauce and lemon.


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    wow that sounds delicious! where do I find almond flour?


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    Whole Foods has it for about $10.99/lb. It's a little pricey, but the payoff is worth it. The fish was out of this world.


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    For some reason I've never liked fish, last year I learned to eat battered bluegill, but that was bout all I could tolerate. This might just be the solution, as I want to eat more fish


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    Trader Joe's has almond meal for 4 bucks/pound.


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    That sounds delish !

    Will give it a try thanks for sharing !


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    Good to know Erik.. is the TJ's organic by chance?


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    I only eat fish (and eggs and a little dairy) as my main protein source. In the past I could never make myself like it but I went pescetarian a year ago and now I look forward to all kinds of fish and seafood. The almond flour idea sounds wonderful! Thanks!


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    Wow, 4 bucks a pound is great. Best price I've seen online is for a 5 pound bag for about 30.


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    Or just through a bunch of raw almonds in a good food processors and let it run for a while


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