Time Healthy Snacks Blanched Whole Almonds-8 oz-Bag

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Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Another version of almondsblanched almonds are whole without the skin. Whole blanched almonds are excellent for baking.


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Product Title: Time Healthy Snacks Blanched Whole Almonds-8 oz-Bag

Manufacturer: Time

Power Score: 4.4 | 5 Reviews


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I love these almonds

I use these almonds in baking. I am always happy with the quality of these almonds, never pieces always whole when I receive them. I will continue to buy from Puritan Pride.

By Sandyr on Puritans Pride - Feb 6, 2013

This product arrived very promptly. The blanched almonds are fresh and delicious.

I had never ordered from this company before, but will certainly not hesitate to order from them again! The pricing, packaging, and prompt delivery of my order was great! The almonds were very fresh and delicious! They made my St. James cake moist and flavorful!

By sid on Puritans Pride - Dec 19, 2012

This product arrived very promptly. The blanched almonds are fresh and delicious.

I had never ordered from this company before, but will certainly not hesitate to order from them again! The pricing, packaging, and prompt delivery of my order was great! The almonds were very fresh and delicious! They made my St. James cake moist and flavorful!

By handy on Puritans Pride - Dec 2, 2012

The blanched almonds were tasty, packaged well, and arrived when expected.

My family has eaten home-roasted almonds for more than 60 years after Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. This was an easy tradition to continue until we moved west last year and blanched almonds were nowhere to be found. I brought roasted skin-on almonds to last year's Thanksgiving celebration and received some grief. Remembering how long my mother spent boiling and blanching her own almonds, I...
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By Lynne on Puritans Pride - Nov 29, 2012

yummy stuff

These are very good tasting. I like that these come in individual bags so I don't have to open and use them quickly. I put them in a skillet with a little coconut oil until nice and brown. Drain them on paper towels and sprinkle with a little sea salt.

By Thorne on Puritans Pride - Oct 12, 2012

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