I am making cheese and as a byproduct I have a decent amount of almond pulp. About 2 kilograms. I soaked and skinned the almonds, blended them and strained them with a nut milk bag.
The recipe I'm using says that the pulp can be dehydrated to make almond flour. I am planning on needing almond flour so I thought this might be a good opportunity to save some money. However I don't own a dehydrator, and the recipe is not more specific about the process, so I looked for almond flour recipes. Unsurprisingly most of them seem to use a significantly different process. Most of them seem to involve pulverizing dry almonds some do soak or blanch the almonds to remove the skins, but they dry them before pulverizing.
Is there some process which would be suitable for drying almond pulp? I'd of course like to avoid burning it or growing mold.