When I grind nuts — whether fine, medium-fine, or coarse meal — I do several cups at a time and store the excess in the freezer for use during the coming week(s). For some time now, I have been using quart- or pint-size glass jars to store the ground nuts, instead of plastic zipper-seal bags. The glass jars fit well on the freezer door’s shelves.
Many other foods can be stored this way in the freezer –> ground flax seed meal, ground sesame seeds, sesame tahini, almond butter, excess jam, extra ice cream sauce, lemon juice, etc…
...without giving up the foods you love or spending all day in the kitchen!
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