So excited today! Soyajoy G4 is in the building!
I removed cows milk from my diet when my dad was diagnosed with cancer… best thing I ever did.
Not long after loosing my father I fell pregnant and made some serious changes in my life, nutrition taking priority. Prevention is the key and we have to take control of as much as we can.
I no longer buy nut milk in the carton as it’s typically a combination of almonds, water, sweetener, thickener such as carrageenan, and, often, fortified nutrients such as vitamins A, E, and D.
The problem is that most almond milk contains hardly any almonds, mostly water, added sugars, and a smattering of vitamins for good measure.
As Business Insider put it: they have 2% almonds in them and a ton of crap!!!! My first batch of homemade almond milk took 6 minutes and tastes amazing! Best investment ever!!! Health first not convenience!
1. Combine 1 cup of almonds or walnuts wont fresh water in a blender, and blend until the nuts have broken down and the milk looks creamy.
2. Strain the almond milk through a nut-milk bag or cheese cloth, squeezing well to extract the extra liquid.
3. Add vanilla, agave, lunch of salt as you wish!
You can save the remaining almond pulp for cookies or discard.
Store the almond milk in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days. (You can freeze leftovers, if needed, for up to 3 months, too!)
Below are some strainers and machines I recommend, have fun guys!!!!
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