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Nuts about almonds

“In sourcing almonds out of their shells, look for nuts that are firm, relatively similar in colour, and that smell sweet and, funnily enough, nutty.”

I remember the first time I came across a whole almond in its shell. My grandparents used to have them around and would shell them fresh. I used to love having a go at cracking them open with the nutcracker and eating them fresh out of the shell.

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