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Longevity of Almond flour

Last year I bought some almond flour. I used a bit, then froze it. Will it still be okay or should I buy some new stuff?

asked by skittle about 7 years ago

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spuntino
added about 7 years ago

Have you been keeping it in the freezer? I have a bag that's just about a year old and its doing fine in the freezer.

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hardlikearmour
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added about 7 years ago

If it's frozen it should be fine. Taste a smidge - it spoils by going rancid, which tastes foul but isn't gonna kill you.

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added about 7 years ago

Ditto. In the freezer, fine for a year. It may clump some, which is especially an issue if you're using it right from the freezer, so keep that in mind.

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skittle
added about 7 years ago

Yep, it's been in the freezer. I figured that'd be the best place to keep it due to the oils in the nuts....
It tastes fine but I wanted to be sure. Thanks!

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