Diary, day fifteen… & a how-to on easy almond flour

I’m back on youtube again. Not as relaxed & funny as I would like to be, but I have wisdom to impart.

I’m still coming across as amateur with my little home-made videos filmed using my laptop… but I think I have valuable information to share.

This week, it’s my explanation of DIY, quick & easy almond flour. This is kind of a must-share in the knowledge I posses, because as we all know, almond flour ain’t cheap! Well, at least not if you buy it ready made.

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I don’t do that though. I like to be thrifty. I also don’t like the long drawn out process of making almond flour the traditional way at home… I’m lazy & like instant gratification. When I want cake, I want it NOW!

I explain it all in the video. I’m hoping I’ve articulated my thoughts well enough to follow, but if you have additional questions, just leave them on youtube or a comment on this post & I will answer them to the best of my ability.

If I come across as bossy (or worse yet, a know-it-all), please forgive me… it would appear that this is how I behave when I become a little uncomfortable. Which still happens then I’m trying to put my thought-process on tape.

Enjoy! & leave me feedback if you feel so compelled… I’d really like to know how I’m doing & hopefully improve.


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