Almond milk is pretty easy to make. It’s similar to making soy milk but less work. Here’s what you need:
It’s best to make your own almond milk because the ones you get in the shop contains a pathetic percentage of almonds and it basically contains water thickened with cornstarch under the name maltodextrin. Homemade almond milk is a lot cheaper and you get a better quality without additives and preservatives. Plus it’s fresh (read uncooked) so it’s packed with organic vitamins and minerals.
1 Cup Almond
3 1/2 Cup Water
Soak almonds overnight.
Put in a blender and add water just enough to cover the almonds. Blend. Add a bit more water if it gets a bit too thick.
Pour the rest of the water into the blender.
Pour over a muslin cloth with a big bowl underneath.
Squeeze the milk out of the pulp.
Transfer milk into the empty bottle.
Shake well before using.
Benefits of Almond Milk
Half cup of almond milk and half cup of black grape juice make the purest blood.
Because it doesn’t require heating up, almond milk is full of enzyme, vitamins, and organic minerals. It means it is easily absorbed by the body.
The pulp? Use it to make (vegan) almond cookies.