Easy Almond Milk
Like our Easy Cashew Milk recipe, this is also a simple way to make home-made nut milk.
However, unlike cashews, which come without skins, there are several options…
- Use unskinned whole almonds and peel off the skins after soaking.
- Use unskinned whole almonds but leave on the skins – they stay in the muslin bag anyway.
- Use ready-skinned whole almonds. However, they are more expensive and commercial heat treatments to remove the skins mean a reduction in nutrients.
You choose! Whatever you do, find a source of fresh, good quality nuts.
Optional extras / notes
10 minutes plus 6+ hours soaking time
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