If you’re making your own almond milk from the recipe on my blog, then you’ll have leftover meal from your DIY efforts. This isn’t strictly almond meal as a lot of the goodness has been extracted. But, you can make almond flour. Almond flour is gluten free, high in nutrients, low carb and very expensive to buy.
As you make your milk, put the pulp aside until you have a reasonable amount. It’s probably a good idea to freeze it while you’re building up the quantity.
Place it onto a baking tray and into a very low oven, 50 – 60 degrees C. Leave it for around three hours until it’s completely dry. Place into a food processor, blender or Thermomix and blitz until fine. Place into a glass jar.
Here’s a link to some recipes using almond flour: http://www.elanaspantry.com/almond-flour-recipes/
If you google almond flour recipes, you’ll come up with loads.