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How to Milk an Almond (fresh homemade almond milk, easy) Fresh raw almond milk is delicious, healthy, unprocessed, and economical.

How to Milk an Almond (fresh homemade almond milk, easy)

There is no waste, no unrecyclable plastic-lined tetra-pak boxes or cartons to put in landfills and drink BPA out of, and this tastes much, much better than storebought. The resulting almond meal is a free bonus, useful in cookies, crumb crusts, porridge, granolas, or in lieu of bread crumbs in stuffings and dressings, breaded crusts, etc. To make a half gallon (or 2 liters) of delicious fresh almond milk, you will need: about a pound (or roughly half a kilo) of fresh raw almonds out of the shellA blender or food processorA large bowl to strain intoA mesh bag or cheesecloth for first strainingA reusable fine wire mesh coffee cone or fine muslin bag for second strainingA half gallon or 2 liter refrigerator jug to keep it inA few pinches of salt (optional)Sweetener of your choice, to taste (optional)

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