I make my own nut milk. It is simple to make if you have a Optimum or good quality blender. Nut milk bags are easy to purchase at a kitchen shop or on-line. They have a great selection on Etsy. It only takes a few minutes to make enough to last several days.
I use it to make chia seed pudding and thin salad dressings. I even put it in pestos instead of oil to create the best consistency. And of course it is delicious straight form the glass with a cookie or poured over your breakfast cereal. You can even use the pulp for making cookies and other sweet delights. I keep the pulp in the freezer for use later. Keep some of this home made nut milk in your fridge and if you do not sweeten until you use it you will find endless uses for this nutrient rich nut milk.
Time: 10 minutes plus over night soaking time.
Soaking time for nuts: 4 hours or overnight
1 cup nuts of your choice
3 – 4 cups of filtered water (depending on how rich you like the nut milk)
Seeds from 1 vanilla bean or ¼ tspn vanilla essence
2 dates or date sugar
Honey or maple syrup
Pinch of salt
What to do
1. Drain the soaked nuts and pop into the blender with the water and any of the optional ingredients you choose. These ingredients may depend on what it is you plan to us the nut milk for.
2. Blend on big speed. Strain the mixture through a nut milk bag.
3. Store in a sealed container for up to 4 days.