California almond crop the largest in history...
Hi, I'm a former almond grower. I snack on them all the time...Have a few trees around the house. You have the tariffs issues with China and such a large crop, the prices may be a little lower this year. If this applies to you...Enjoy.
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This story may interest you...Just came out a few days ago. Bloom starts about February 1 and ends in mid March...Depending on the weather that year. About 95% of the crop has to be cross pollinated. There is a new variety that is self pollinating, but not as tasty or in great demand. Brian
How many almonds are good to eat for a bypass patient in a day? or serving? Thank you!
on 5/16/19 7:32 pm
During the losing phase, 1 year if MO, and 2 if SMO -- I'd recommend forgoing them completely. There are 179 calories per oz (about 28 nuts) -- and 7g carbs. One in maintenance, a serving (1/2 to 1 oz) per day is reasonable.
They are calorie dense.
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