Do you want to make your own nut milk?

Hello again – The pasadena pundit is back and today I want to take the time to talk to you about something Kitchen related. Are there any of you out there that have experience making your own home-made milk. And not just any milk, almond milk? If not, then prick up your ears, as you’ll more than likely learn a thing or two from this post I’m about to share with you.

A lot of people consider home made almond milk to be much nicer than anything you can buy in shops or the supermarket. What these people don’t know however, is that making the drink itself is quite a lengthy process, and you actually need a certain amount of kitchen utensils in order for you to finish the job.

Anyway, without further a do, lets take an in-depth look into how to make incredibly almond milk.

This may seem to obvious, but the first thing you need to do is get your hands on some quality almonds. Next, you need to soak them in cold water for an extended period of time. 48 hours usually does the trick, although a lot of people say, the longer you let them soak the tastier the final product will be, so you should always keep this in mind.

Next up you obviously want to drain the almonds, and then blend them in a fairly powerful blender. Next you want to take the sort of paste that you have made from the blender and into something called an almond nut milk bag. You can find these in many places, and they imperative for getting this just right.

once the paste is inside the nut milk bag you need to slowly use it as a strainer, and drain all of the milk from the bag. Just keep doing this until you have a satisfactory amount of the finished product. Don’t forget to refrigerate it either, as that will make it much more appetising. Last but not least, drink it!

I’ll be perfectly honest, this recipe would not have worked without the help of that trusty nut milk bag. Because of this, I think you should check it out for yourself.