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In a food processor or blender, grind up your pine or walnuts until they’re coarsely chopped.
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How long will this pesto last in the jar? It has a lot of fat so I bet it spoils fast!
Jess, you caught me. Those ARE actually pecans in the photo! I decided to use them up rather than buy a whole new plastic thingie of walnuts or pine nuts but yes, let me come clean. They are pecans ! Haha.
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