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Almond Oil

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A.K.A

l’huile d’amande

What is it?

Oil made by pressing almonds, almond oil is used in dressing, or as a finishing touch, where its distinctive flavor isn’t lost.

Don’t have it?

You can use other nut oils but the flavor profile will change.

How to choose:

Though more expensive than almond oils made in the U.S., French almond oils generally have a better flavor that tastes of lightly toasted almonds. Or look for domestic, artisan small-batch nut oils.

How to prep:

Taste for freshness before using before using.

How to store:

Keep refrigerated.

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