|Fresh almond milk strained with the pulp on the right.|
|My almonds soaking|
for 8 hours.
It only takes a small amount of raw almonds to make a glass of milk. Here is a quick recipe that is so easy to make. Here is how I do it...
- Raw almonds 1/2 cup
- Water 1 quart plus 1 cup for soaking
|Here I am straining the|
almond pulp in the nylon
- Soak the almonds in one cup water for 6-8 hours.
- Drain and blend with 1 cup of water on high speed, adding the rest of the quart of water slowly.
- Separate the pulp from the milk by straining this through a cheesecloth. I used a nylon coffee filter in a strainer. See how easy it is?
|This almond milk was made in the Vita-Mix|
and has the pulp in it. You can see the
By the way, it's not only great alone, it's also great in smoothies as well as cereals. Let me say, almond rice pudding is wonderfully delicious. How about homemade sweet almond bread? Yum. I've also made almond kifer milk which is also another way to boost the nutrition. Hmm... So what is your favorite way to use almond milk, or the pulp?