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Crispy Pecans (and Almonds) Recipe Update
Here’s one of the easiest and best recipes for a healthy snack. Crispy pecans are explained in Sally Fallon’s Book, Nourishing Traditions. I also use it with walnuts, almonds, and other nuts. Almonds are actually my favorite.
For each 4 cups of nuts, add 2 teaspoons (or more) of sea salt. I use the Redmond Salt products.
Add enough filtered water to cover all of the nuts. Stir and soak them for at least 12 hours.
Put nuts on a cookie sheet coated with butter (I don't always do) and put in the oven. Cook in the oven at low heat (150 degrees or less is best) for 12 – 24 hours. The lowest our oven will go is 170 degrees. Turn the nuts occasionally.
Remove and enjoy as a wonderful snack after the nuts are completely dry. These nuts, pecans especially, can be used in other recipes such as pecan pies.
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In the meantime, be thinking about a name for the Champion Pecan in Weatherford. Read more
articles on the Pecan Tree: Champion Pecan Tree and Pecan Research on the Champion Pecan.
Here are the preliminary details for the “Name the Tree Contest".
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