Does almond flour absorb liquid?

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Because it's made from nothing but ground nuts, almond flour can be eaten raw and tastes quite good. In addition, the light and airy consistency and uniform texture of blanched almond flour allows it to evenly absorb liquids.
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#2 — Almond flour is high in phytic acid. Unless you're buying sprouted almond flour, or unless you're soaking and dehydrating almonds (or buying them) and making your own almond flour, almond flour is high in phytic acid. What's phytic acid, you ask? Phytic acid is an anti-nutrient..
Take a cup of water and soak a handful of almonds in it. Cover the cup and let the almonds get soaked for six to eight hours. Next morning, drain the water, peel off the skin and have them fresh. You can also keep them in a plastic container, which will make them last for about a week.
Consuming water after having nuts or foods with too much oil content in them may lead to deposition of fat in the food pipe, resulting in irritation and coughing. ... Some say that it is not like we cannot drink a sip or two, but one must avoid consuming cold water and instead sip on lukewarm water.
As almonds contain many nutrients, you can eat almonds directly, preferably on an empty stomach to increase and speed up the absorption of the nutrients.
Avoid or refrain from having water after eating fruits because it hinders the absorption and digestion process in the stomach leading to acidity. This is why some people experience uneasiness after consuming fruit. It is recommended that you have water at least an hour after you eat fruits.