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Raw almond butter recipes are something of a myth in the raw food world. Why won't they blend well? What's the deal with all these bad raw almond butter recipes? Make this raw almond butter recipe in your food processor, not your blender, not your VitaMix and not your BlendTec.

This raw almond butter recipe is simple and delicious. I love it spread on apples or raw crackers. Keep it in the fridge. It tastes best when it is served at room-temperature. Note all food processors are up to this task. There is a small chance that your food processor's engine will burn out during this process, particularly if you have a cheap one. Consider letting the motor pause for a few 20 second intervals during this process to let your food processor cool down a little.

The almond butter in this photograph is a bit too chunky! Keep processing until you get the texture of store bought spreadable wet butter. I need to update this photo but I haven't gotten around to it yet! Do you need to refrigerate? How long will it keep? FYI - I have a super cuisinart and it took way longer than 10 minutes. If one soaks raw almonds and peels the skin but lets them dry, that should be ok, right? If I wanted to make sure the almonds don't get heated above degrees F via the food processor to preserve the 'rawness' and those benefits , I'm assuming I can periodically check the temperature of the almond mixture e.

But if I do stop and let it cool periodically, will the mixture become unmanageable as long as I don't let it cool down too much? Why is this much healthier than peanut butter I'm not disputing this -- I'm trying to compare this to making peanut butter from peanuts and I don't understand the health advantage?

Have you checked the temp of the almond butter when it's finished? My process is pretty much the same as yours and after I scooped the almond butter out of the food processor into jars, I stuck in an instant read thermometer.

By this time, the temp had to have reduced a bit, but it was still too hot at I will try next time giving lots of rests to the processor to keep the heat down, but not sure how well the oils will release or how much time that will add. Any others with similar experience or solutions? How about soaking then drying before processing?

That would activate the nuts and unlock the nutritions that are locked done in nuts in their dormant pre soak stage. I almost never it nuts without soaking because of this. But to others who read this and find the idea of that overwhelming, it's not necessary and that step can be skipped. Can you use the Omega that has the attachments for nut butter?

Or is the food processor better? It's very messy using a food processor is also very messy, but the juicer is more so. You have to put the nuts through the juicer numerous times.

It doesn't heat up like a food processor, so if you want raw nut butter you can run it through the juicer nonstop and not run the risk of the butter being heated past the point of still being raw. I've never done it myself as I have never owned an Omega, but I am sure it would be worth a shot -- especially if it's an attachment made specifically for nut butters.

The timelines might be a bit off, but my timeline will at least give you a sense of what to expect: I made a half batch of the Almond Butter and it turned out perfectly delicious. Thank you for this wonderful recipe. I used a tablespoon of the almond butter in a breakfast bowl, and the remaining with apples.

Sorry to ask a silly question, so you are saying not to use a Vitamix, is it possible to use a Thermomix? I make nut butters in my Viatmix all the time. Takes only a few minutes and works perfecyly. Thanks for the great recipe Rawtarian! My family will not eat store-bought almond butter, but they will eat this one! Thank you for this simple, yet delicious recipe. And yes, the full 10 minutes were needed.

Hi, I have just made my second batch of your almond butter and this batch has turned out a bit thicker than the first batch which was delicious and really easy to make following your recipe and the great tips, my question is, would it be ok to put it back in the food processor and if so will this make it creamier? Hi Helen, if this happens again, yes, by all means, put it back! But put it back before adding the honey and salt. Hi agin, I just had to let you know that I have just made this again this morning, I took your tip that if you leave it longer it will be creamier and it is absolutely perfect, however as s others have said it does take longer, along with scraping down the sides I took nearly 30 mins, I have a Kenwood processor.

Thanks for sharing your experience, Helen. I'm so glad it turned out for you the second time round! Subscribe to newsletter below. This information is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice.

I encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with like-minded, qualified health care professional s. I wish you success on your raw journey! Skip to main content. About About The Rawtarian. Free members login here Pay members login here. Trending Items In The Store. Raw Meal Plans Mobile App. Raw Recipes Mobile App. What's Trending Raw lemon cookie recipe. View All New To Raw.

Login to Community Signup for an account Login using Facebook. Latest in the Community Forum. The Rawtarian - Recipe Raw almond butter recipe. Raw almond butter recipe. Raw almond butter is surprisingly easy albeit time consuming to make in your food processor. Follow these directions for easy almond butter that you can make at home. Prep Time 20 min. Total Time 20 min. Shelf Life 20 days in fridge.

Place the almonds only do not add the honey or salt into your food processer. Food process your almonds for five minutes, stopping every 1 minute to scrape down the sides. Almonds will just be all powdery and you'll think you need to add liquids.

The units we offer with the large feed chute are: To read more about the advantages and drawbacks of the wide feed units, click here. They are good for juicing most fruits and vegetables. This style juicer creates a less nutritious juice than the slow juicers.

The Champion Juicer first grates, then masticates or chews the pulp to further break down the cell-wall structure, and then mechanically presses or squeezes the pulp to extract the juice. The Champion uses a powerful 1, RPM motor and requires moderate strength to operate. It is definitely not a machine for a physically limited person.

It can juice almost every type of vegetable efficiently, including leafy vegetables. By blocking off the juice spout with the blank or solid plate , the Champion can be used as a homogenizer to make such foods as raw applesauce, tomato sauce and baby food. It can make peanut butter or other nut butters. It also makes wonderful ice cream-like desserts from raw frozen bananas and other fruits.

By assembling the Champion without the blank or juicing screen, it can be used as a grater or to make shave ice. The Champion's motor is manufactured by General Electric and its juicing parts are constructed of stainless steel and nylon; it has been manufactured since the 's.

It is best for juicing most fruits and vegetables. Plastaket also manufacturers a more powerful version of the Champion juicer, its the Champion Commercial model. The difference is that it has a bit more powerful motor. The look of the machine is the same, as well as all the external parts.

Due to the way the Champion juicer works, it tends to oxidize the food more than the slow juicers, below. The press juice, its a two step process: The Norwalk and Pure Juicer are electric two step juicers that combines grating and pressing operations into one unit, with this machine, the vegetable or fruit is first grated by a revolving cutter into a linen cloth lined tray, which was then placed into a motor-driven hydraulic press.

A good substitution for the Norwalk juicer, would be to use the Champion Juicer as a grater, and then the Welles press , which are operated manually that squeeze the juice out of the produce. This type of juicer juices fruits especially soft ones better than other types of juicers.

Single Auger Horizontal Juicers Cold Press Slow Juicer This juicer produces juice by using a single auger that basically crushes the produce into the walls or screen of the juicer, and in the process extracts the juice.

It runs at 80 RPM, so there is little oxidation. The single auger style juicer has been on the market as a dedicated wheatgrass juicer for many, many years now. Just recently, a new design of the machine allows the single auger style machine to juice wheatgrass as well as other vegetables and fruits.

There are several brands of single auger juicers. This new single auger machine juices wheatgrass about as well as a dedicated wheatgrass juicer and does an excellent job juicing leafy greens. It will juice fruits and other vegetables about as well as the twin gear juicers below. We found that this type of machine was not as effective at juicing carrots, as the twin gear units. Fruits and non leafy vegetables need to be cut into small "cubes" for best results when using this juicer.

We find that the single auger juicers, do not produce a high yield when juicing carrots, so if you want to juice alot of carrots, this is not the juicer for you.

For best results when using this machine, the hard and soft produce needs to be "alternated" when feeding into the juicer. Dual Stage Single Horizontal Auger Juicers Cold Press Slow Juicer This juicer works like the single auger style juicer above, but upon the initial crushing of the produce, juice is directed through the stage one juicing screen into the juice cup.

The crushed produce continues its way through the machine to the 2nd stage, where there is a finer holed screen to further obtain more juice.

With the single stage auger juicers above , the juice is only produced in this second stage. In our tests, this style juicer produced more juice and worked better than the single auger juicers.

There are two brands that sell the dual stage single auger juicers. Omega offers the and model 10 yr warranty. The Omega models are identical except for the color. The is white, and the is a chrome color. The Omega and are the upgraded versions of the and They include a 15 year warranty, as well as an 8x harder auger. The latest version the dual stage single auger is the Omega NC that is easy to clean and gets a higher yield than previous Omega models.

We found that this type of machine was more effective juicing than the single auger style juicer. This juicer runs at 80rpm. This has several benefits: First, the juicer takes up less counter space. Second, the juicer is better at juicing a wide variety of produce, such as leafy greens, hard vegetables and fruits.

Third, total juicing time takes less time because the juicer can feed itself instead of you having to push produce into the juicer. The Omega VRT 10 year warranty , Omega VRT 10 year warranty Omega VRT 15 year warranty were the first generation of this style machine that has a pulp ejection hole in the bottom of the screen that can have a tendency to clog.

The second generation of this machine eliminated the pulp ejection hole in the bottom of the screen which minimizes clogging and the need to pre-cut produce into smaller pieces so it does not clog this hole. They also run at a lower RPM than the standard vertical single augers. The Slowstar 10 year warranty is the most versatile, most powerful and the lowest cost. The Omega VSJ 15 year warranty comes in a square and round design as well as different colors.

It is a bit easier to clean than the Slowstar juicer, but does not include an attachment to make fruit sorbets and nut butters. Although it is a little easier to clean and produces less pulp in the juice. We prefer the Slowstar overall due to its lower cost and versatility.

The difference with this model vs all previous vertical slow juice extractors is the addition of a 3" wide feed chute. This 3" wide feed chute makes it easier to use the juicer with less cutting of produce to fit into the feed chute. This style machine has all the pros and cons of the Single Vertical Auger style juicers. We find the c model works better, jams less, and extracts a higher yield than the b model.

Kuvings owns the patent on wide feed chute slow juicers and other machines may be poor-performing knock-offs.

The screws turn at a low rpm. It is very similar to two gears in a automobile transmission that mesh together. Basically, the produce is pushed with some force into the two gears, which first shreds, and then squeezes the produce. These machines are best for juicing vegetables since these machines rely on the fibrous cell wall to push the pulp through the machine.

The quality of the juice produced with these machines can be compared to the quality of the hydraulic press above. These machines are not for the"faint" or "frail" hearted as some pressure is needed to feed the produce into the machine. These juicers truly give "the best of both worlds" but there is one drawback: They can be as much as two to three times the price of the Centrifugal or Mastication Juicers.