Apricot Frangipane is another of my favourites and came about years ago after many attempts. This is gluten-free and I love how the apricot and almonds just complement one another. Incidentally, one my medical doctor friends mentioned that apricot seeds assist those with cancer health conditions. Though, perhaps do your own research.
Prune puree, I purchase from Urban Native Organics and Wholefoods in Stroud Green, London. It’s a small store, which I support. You can find them here
It’s the Clearspring brand that I use of the Prune puree. Normally, once open, I place in the freezer for use subsequently. This keeps it fresh and available to use at any time.
Amaranth seeds, I get from a non-profit small charitable store in Stoke Newington, London – I like to support small outlets, where I can. You can find the shop here
Blanched almonds, I purchase from a nifty Asian outlet in Hayes. It has an online presence too which can be found here – I love it because it is reasonably priced and tends to be good quality stuff which I use.
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