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The leftover almond pulp that comes from making almond milk also makes a great crunchy coating for so many types of foods. All you have to do is spread the pulp on a baking sheet, season it, and dry-toast it in the oven for ten minutes. Once it's dehydrated, almond pulp is a great gluten-free alternative to breadcrumbs! It can be used as a crispy coating for vegetables (eggplant, zucchini or sweet potato) as well as your favorite vegetable proteins, like tofu and tempeh. By marinating the tofu for a few minutes before coating it with the almond pulp, you'll add even more flavour to these delicious crunchy tofu sticks!
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