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Looking at the USDA database, roasting the almonds does not affect the calcium levels (comparing equivalent weights). Look at the value per 100g or value per ounce rather than volume-based values and you'll see what I mean. Raw almonds average 269mg of calcium per 100g (or 76mg per ounce). https://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/foods/show/3635 Dry roasted almonds ...


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Have you considered using a maple syrup reduction. This should lower the amount of moisture you have been applying to your nuts.



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