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Two ways to make Organic Fresh Almond Milk

Almond Milk Vanilla (way one: stovetop):

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I love to make this and keep it in my house if I am in need of extra calcium. Almonds are one of the only system- alkalizing nut. Their benefits include regulating the nervous system, helps support bones, heart and even skin. Fresh almond can also include other great health benefits such as, flushing the body with minerals and proteins, omega 3, and antioxidants.

Ingredients-

  1. Organic Almonds (1 cup)
  2. Vanilla Extract (2 tsp)
  3. Organic Agave in the raw (in the raw) vegan and gluten sweetener(1-2 tsp)
  4. water(4 cups)

Instructions-

  1. Bring a cup of water with almonds to a boil than boil
  2. Drain and wash the almonds with cold water
  3. Add the organic almonds and stir on and off
  4. Peel almonds  (you can leave peel on I prefer mine off ) than add 1 tsp of vanilla, 3 cups of water in blender and blend for about 1-2 mins depending on how thick you want it.
  5. A fine grade mesh bag is needed to pour the milk through
  6. Can be stored up for 3 days !
  7. Enjoy

 

Almond Milk (way two: refrigerator)

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Ingredients-

  1. Organic Almonds (1 cup)
  2. 4 1/2 cups of water
  3. 2 pinches of Himalayan pink salt
  4. 2 teaspoons of honey (or cane sugar)

Instructions-

  1. Put almonds in a bowl and add water to soak over night
  2. Drain nuts the next morning and add to blender
  3. Add the water and Himalayan pink salt  and blend on high for 45 secs (until liquid is milky)
  4. Poor in jar and enjoy!

 

 

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