Carolyn, thanks for clearing this up. I did have one question. I think I get hung up between the words almond flour and almond meal. On the Honeyville web site it says ” Blanched Almond Flour, also known as almond meal, can be substituted for flour in cakes, breads, cookies, muffins, and your favorite recipes that call for flour. The taste and texture is phenomenal.” It seems to say that blanched almond flour is also known as almond meal, but your post says that flour and meal are different. Still alittle confused. I will however try your brand recommendations because I have found my baked goods are alittle too heavy using what I have been using in the past.
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One thing I want to mention is the importance of planning ahead in relation to securing a mortgage on their future homestead. Florence and Anna will need to have either W2 incomes (aka traditional jobs) or 2-3 years worth of self-employed income that demonstrates they run a profitable business(es). Without either of these, they won’t be able to get a mortgage. But, if they’re able to start making good self-employed income now, and they keep ramping it up, then when the van trip finishes they might be in a position to secure a mortgage based on their self-employed income.