Heloise Hints

Heloise Hints


Walnuts Gone Stale?

posted by sballou

57422040 Mixed nutsDon’t throw them out (they are expensive)!
Instead you can bring back the nut’s flavor with this Heloise hint.

1. Pour a bit of boiling water over the walnuts.
2. Then spread them on a baking sheet and heat in the oven for a few minutes at a low heat. Watch carefully and stir. The crunch and taste should be revived.



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