Nature’s Eats Almond Flour Product Reveiw

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Finding healthier options to things like wheat flour can get expensive when you are living a lower carb lifestyle so finding products like Nature’s Eats Almond Flour that is cheaper than other brands in my area makes me extremely happy. This is not a sponsored review, I didn’t receive any compensation from this brand or anyone for this product review. I simply wanted to share with you guys one of my favorite products that I use in my recipes. If you’ve not tried this brand I¬†highly recommend you give it a try soon.

In the video review above I discuss a few of these topics:

  • difference between blanched and unblanched almond flour
  • quality and texture of Nature’s Eats Almond Flour
  • bag size and price per ounce breakdown
  • product comparison of three brands of almond flour in my area
  • ways to store your almond flour

I hope you enjoy getting to know more about this product, I know it has been a great addition to my cooking. I use it in many savory and sweet recipes that I cook for both my family and some clients of mine that order low carb and gluten-free desserts from my bakery business. If you would like to keep up with my latest recipes and more product reviews please subscribe to the blog.

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3 comments

  1. Wynne says:
    Thanks for your info on this type of flour. You answered many of my questions. Appreciate the cost comparison, too! I am new to THM.

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