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Store bought pre-packaged nutmilk is full of thickeners, stabilizers, artificial ingredients, and preservatives. Surprisingly, some commercially produced nut milk may only contain 2 percent nuts! To get the most nutrients out of your milk, and to control the ingredients that go into your body, you should learn to make nut milk at home.
With a Zimtal NutMilk bag, you can have delicious-tasting nut milk in your own home within a matter of minutes. A standard recipe can act as a base. You can then change things up by adding flavorings such as vanilla, turmeric, chai spices, cacao, matcha tea, and rosewater.
First thing's first - make sure you use raw nuts. Some nuts, like almonds, are pasteurized by law. You can get raw ones directly from the grower, a farmer's market, or imported brands from Europe.
Now, you'll need to soak your nut of choice for up to 12 hours in a cool place. This activates enzymes for milking, and loosens the skins. Once drained and rinsed, you'll be ready to start!
MAKES 4 CUPS NUT MILK:
1 cup nuts or seeds, pre-soaked
4 cups filtered water.
Pinch of salt.
Place all the ingredients in a blender, and blend on high until completely smooth. Then, place a bowl or large mason jar under your Zimtal NutMilk Bag. Pour the contents of the blender into the bag, and squeeze with your hands until all the liquid is released.
Store the milk in the fridge if you like it cold. Remember to shake before drinking to mix everything up!
Here are some idea's for flavoring. For every cup of milk, add:
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
1/4 vanilla bean
Pinch of cinnamon, ground cardamom, or nutmeg
1/2 tsp. matcha tea powder
1/2 inch peeled fresh turmeric
2 tsp. rosewater or orange blossom water
2 T freeze-dried blueberries or raspberries