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Does it matter if the nuts are pasturized?

How long should you soak them for?

Do you need to add anything to the water like when your soaking oats?

Can you use the water after is it safe? (for nuts and dried fruit like dates)
 

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No, I prefer to shower.
 

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I soak walnuts and then pour off the soaking liquid to get the bitter tasting tannins out of the 'skin'. I usually stick them in the fridge to soak overnight which is probably overkill.
 

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Do you need to add salt to the solution?

Can you use the nuts strait after soaking or do you need to deyhdrate them after?
 

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I have soaked almonds before. I usually soak raw ones overnight in just plain water. They have an odd consistency when I bite them after they have been soaked, but they are supposedly better for you this way, and I have gotten used to the taste.
And then I just dry let them dry on a paper towel or something and eat them.
 
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