Almond milk

Move over, dairy. Almond milk is here to take over! Homemade almond milk is easier than you think—it just requires a little planning in advance. Plus, when you make it yourself, you don’t risk exposure to any harmful additives that can irritate your system.

1 cup almonds
5-6 cups filtered water
Cheesecloth or strainer bag


  1. Place almonds in a glass bowl and cover with filtered water. Soak overnight.
  2. In the morning, drain and rinse with filtered water.
  3. Place almonds in a blender and cover with 4-5 cups filtered water. Blend thoroughly.
  4. Place the strainer bag or cheesecloth over a bowl, and pour almond mixture overtop. Squeeze until all liquid is removed.
  5. Store in the refrigerator.

You can keep the leftover strained almond pulp and add it to smoothies, granola, or other recipes.





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