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    • Zinger549
    • By Zinger549 9th Oct 16, 10:14 PM
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    Almond Nougat
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    Almond Nougat 9th Oct 16 at 10:14 PM
    Found a recipe online that has almond nougat in the ingredients list. Does anybody know where to get this. Will check the big supermarkets but haven't heard of it before.
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    • elsien
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    Doesn't ordinary nougat have almonds in it?
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    They had some in lidl recently. During Italian week.
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    There's two sorts of almond nougat-a rather sticky sort that comes in bars and a drier more crumbly sort that you buy loose. I've seen both sorts in the more old fashioned sweet shops.I used to get the crumblier nougat from a stall on Cambridge market.
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