Costco....walnuts 3#s, $11, Pecans 2#s $12 or around there.
Gosh, Pnutsmom beat me to it - Costco, definitely, and I store them in the freezer. Because I use so many in my Scottish Toffee over the holidays, I chop them first in the processor and freeze them in one-cup portions.
I buy them in bulk at my local Coop, and Whole Food's has them in bulk also and sometimes has sales. Also, amazon.com has them under food and you can get some really good buys.
amysarah is a trusted home cook.
Sam's Club - same pricing as Costco. Also, 3# of whole almonds for $12, and recently I bought a big bag of pignoli there; can't remember exact price - already transferred them to a plastic container in the freezer, so no label to check - 22 or 24 oz. for $15. (Saw them at the regular market recently, 3 oz. for $10.)
Trader joes is also a great deal
hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
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