Almond Mylk

Almond myIk is a fantastic substitute for dairy and I am constantly making it at home to add to smoothies, pour over cereals and use in baking. Almonds are rich in fibre, Vitamin E, Magnesium, anti-oxidents and healthy unsaturated fatty acids. Unfortunately many of the commercially made almond mylks available at the supermarket are shredded of all their goodness and packed with preservatives, so why wouldn’t you want to make your own clean, healthy, preservative free mylk?

Ingredients:

1 cup raw organic almonds
1.25 L filtered water

Method:

Pre-soak almonds overnight (8-12hrs) in glass jar with filtered water and a pinch of salt to activate almonds.
Rinse almonds thoroughly from the soaking liquid.
Place almonds in high speed blender together with filtered water.
Blend on high speed for 90 seconds.
Strain the blended almonds through a nut bag (or fine strainer) saving the almond milk.
Pour almond milk into glass jar and keep in refrigerator for 3-4 days.

Handy Tip:

The pulp remaining from the strained almonds can be dried out in a low temperature oven for 3-4 hours and used as almond meal. Transfer the dried almond meal into a glass jar and store in the refrigerator until required.

Note - Make sure that the almond meal is completely dried out before storing because if it is left wet, it will start to smell and become toxic.

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Keren is the founder of Vital Assurance, and hopes to bring to you her passion for healthy eating and living.

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