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Almond Paste

This gluten-free almond paste contains 67% select-grade almonds grown in California, and its delicate and subtle almond favor is considered the gold standard against which other types of pastes are compared. After blanching to remove the skins, the...Read More

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This gluten-free almond paste contains 67% select-grade almonds grown in California, and its delicate and subtle almond favor is considered the gold standard against which other types of pastes are compared.

After blanching to remove the skins, the almonds are ground and then cooked with pure granulated cane sugar to a semi–firm smooth paste. Paste can be used to make marzipan with additional confectioner’s sugar and syrup. 10 oz. Made in the USA. Certified non-GMO.

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  • Weight: 10 oz
  • Made in the USA
  • Certified non-GMO
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Great for making almond Yule Log!
DIXIE L. G on Dec 22, 2015
A VERY HARD PRODUCT TO FIND.
Nancy C on Jun 7, 2015
This is the best almond past out there. It makes the best cookies.
Kim F on Sep 3, 2015
TRYING PRODUCT FOR THE 1ST TIME
SUSAN D on Apr 3, 2015
is this Almond Schmear?
A shopper on May 13, 2013
Best Answer: This is not almond shcmear. Almond shcmear is the consistency of peanut butter, whereas the paste is slightly thicker
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on May 14, 2013
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if layered on a fruit cake and stored in a tin how long would it last ?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2016
Best Answer: two weeks at the most. I freeze mine. I portion it out after baking and icing, then when I want to serve, take out of freezer in the morning. When freezing, I wrap in parchment then put in plastic bag. It will keep for a very long time. When thawed it tastes very fresh and freezing does not change the texture or the flavor
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