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Almond Milk

Posted by The Coach on May 25, 2011

Soaking the almonds

Raw Almonds


Blended almonds after pouring onto the cheesecloth

Soak a cup of almonds in a cup of water overnight
Drain and rinse the almonds
Place almonds in a blender with 3-4 cups of water
Blend until smooth
Using a bowl and cheesecloth (or similar tight knit fabric (NOT an old pair of stockings! 😉 )), strain the liquid
Transfer from the bowl into a suitable container or bottle
Keep for around 2 days
Use the leftover almond meal for anything you like

The straining process

Finished product


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