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Creamy Almond, Coconut or Rice Milk


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Make this simple recipe at home and use it whenever you would normally use milk!

Over the years I’ve watched my favorite commercial nut and grain milks change from pure ingredients to adding fillers and stabilizers and other unnecessary gunk. Making your own almond milk is certainly time consuming however it is the most delicious and the most pure, non-dairy beverage you can find anywhere. The almond and coconut will need to be strained but the rice and millet milk are soft enough they can be drunk right after blending. I prefer to use rice and millet that is cooked longer so it is softer or mushy before blending.

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Creamy Vanilla Almond, Coconut or Rice Milk
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Over the years I’ve watched my favorite commercial nut and grain milks change from pure ingredients to adding fillers and stabilizers and other unnecessary gunk. Making your own almond milk is certainly time consuming however it is the most delicious and the most pure, non-dairy beverage you can find anywhere. The almond and coconut will need to be strained but the rice and millet milk are soft enough they can be drunk right after blending. I prefer to use rice and millet that is cooked longer so it is softer or mushy before blending.
Ingredients
  • 1 cup raw soaked almonds (1 cup dried = 1 ½ cups soaked)
  • OR
    1 cup coconut meat fresh
    1 cup cooked brown rice or millet
  • 3 cups purified water
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract (optional)
  • Pure maple syrup, honey, stevia, or xylitol to taste (optional)
  • Cinnamon or nutmeg to taste (optional)
Instructions
  1. Put almonds in a bowl and cover with purified water to soak the almonds overnight. Drain the next day and rinse. Blend the almonds (or coconut or brown rice) in a blender with water on high speed until smooth. Strain with a fine strainer or cheese cloth, add the sweetener and extract. Chill and serve.

 

 

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