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Almonds & Your Health

Through time, almonds have been enjoyed not only for their flavor and delectable crunch, but also for their legendary nutritional benefits.

Almonds are a simple choice that can make a big difference in the way you feel every single day. And that means you can feel good about what you're putting into your body while enjoying every delicious snack.

So, whether you’re snacking, cooking, baking, hiking, running, sitting, working, or biking, consider making almonds a bigger part of your life. There’s a lot of goodness packed inside a handful of almonds. You may be surprised by just how much.

This section is devoted to the latest articles on almonds and your health.  Here are the latest:

Toasting nuts brings out the full flavor. Plus, it smells terrific, and I think scent is an important part of the cooking experience. Toasting will also keep nuts crisp. To toast, place the nuts in a small, dry skillet over medium heat, and cook, stirring often, for about 5 minutes. Nuts can also be toasted in a 350-degree oven for 5 to 10 minutes, but be careful. I have burned many batches in the oven. A perfectly toasted turns a nice golden hue.