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Homemade Vegan Almond Milk Recipe

by SaleBhai Team - 17-Oct-2016 - Recipes
Almond Milk

Store-bought almond milk bottles are a dime a dozen. Instead, make your own in a jiffy without spiking it with unnecessary preservatives. You just need water and a sweetener to stir up healthy, organic almond milk that will be a hit with your family, guaranteed.

 

Ingredients:

Raw organic almonds - 1 cup
Water - 2 cups
Sweetener - as per taste and preference

 

Preparation:

  • Soak the almonds overnight and then drain and rinse them
  • Use a blender or food processor to mix almonds and 2 cups of water to a very fine meal
  • Strain the thick, creamy meal through a cheesecloth into a container
  • Use sugar, honey, or other sweetener as per your taste
  • Refrigerate in sealed container and drink within 2 days

 

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