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Chapter: Almond, Coconut, and Other Nut Milk Recipes
Section: Almond Milks
Recipe: Almond Milk w/o Juice

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Almond Milk w/o Juice
I use about 2 parts water to one part almonds. Play around, see what you
like. I put this in the blender and have at it. Then, I take cheap panty
hose (hey, this works best and no, they haven't been worn), cut off one leg
about 1' from the end and use this to strain the mix into a bowl (or
whatever). I then turn this straining device inside out, let the ground nut
meal plop into a baking dish and repeat until the mix is done. As I posted
before, I then put the pulp into the oven on 'warm' until dry. I put a few
drops of stevia in the milk to get rid of the bitterness. There you have
it, milk AND "flour". Nice bang for the buck, no?

By Dori Zook. Posted to the PaleoRecipe Mailing List, Feb. 2001
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