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    How bad.....dark chocolate covered almonds.....

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    Prepackaged at HEB in the nuts/whole foods type section.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TxAgDuckman View Post
    Prepackaged at HEB in the nuts/whole foods type section.

    Eh. Not the best thing you could eat, but not the worst either. Enjoy some and don't beat yourself up over it.

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    I assume the soy lecithin is no good, but I figure if I have these on hand for when I get that sweet tooth, it can't be TOO bad. Main thing is just not eating more than 6 or 7.

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    Yeah, if you can avoid scarfing handful after handful...not so bad.

    If not, bad enough.

    Don't sweat it.

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    The soy lecithin should be such a small amount that it shouldn't hurt.

    It's a bit weird that there seems to be more chocolate than almonds in this though.

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    I wonder what "food glaze (pure)" is.

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    Make your own!

    Use raw almonds. Stir up some chocolate in a pan (high % of cacao). Pour it over the almonds. Job done.
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    Yeah, but almonds and dark chocolate separately.
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    You could mix chocolate with some coconut oil and then dip the almonds in that. Chill in the fridge for a bit. Yum.

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    I make my own dark chocolate almond bark, and hazelnut bark, and cashew bark at christmas time. OMG it's the best thing EVER!!! (mostly because I know what's in them, and control the amount of sugar!)

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