Nut Milk from Soaked Nuts
Nut Milk from Soaked Nuts
Prep
10min
Total
10min
Servings
1
Ingredients
4
Level
Easy
Prep
10min
Total
10min
Servings
1
Ingredients
4
Level
Easy
Recipe by:Raw Food Magazine
Nut Milk from Soaked Nuts
Prep:10minTotal:10minServes:1
Ingredients
Directions
  1. Soak your nuts (and vanilla bean if you are using one) for at the indicated time on the chart.
  2. Rinse soaked nuts, place them into a blender, and add remaining ingredients.
  3. Blend for two minutes. Strain milk through a nut bag and into a glass container.
  4. Cover with a lid, label, and refrigerate. Separation is normal, so shake before consuming.
  5. Consume your amazing nut milk with in 4-5 days.
Ingredients
Directions
  1. Soak your nuts (and vanilla bean if you are using one) for at the indicated time on the chart.
  2. Rinse soaked nuts, place them into a blender, and add remaining ingredients.
  3. Blend for two minutes. Strain milk through a nut bag and into a glass container.
  4. Cover with a lid, label, and refrigerate. Separation is normal, so shake before consuming.
  5. Consume your amazing nut milk with in 4-5 days.
Directions
  1. Soak your nuts (and vanilla bean if you are using one) for at the indicated time on the chart.
  2. Rinse soaked nuts, place them into a blender, and add remaining ingredients.
  3. Blend for two minutes. Strain milk through a nut bag and into a glass container.
  4. Cover with a lid, label, and refrigerate. Separation is normal, so shake before consuming.
  5. Consume your amazing nut milk with in 4-5 days.
Notes

What can I use to strain the milk?

You have many different options, including a cheesecloth, towel, or even a paper towel, but they do require multiple passes and it can get a little messy.  The best option is a proper nut milk bag, which you can find for a great deal online.

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