My seeds are a lot less expensive than my almonds and it’s nice to change it up a bit!

Recipe Directions

Blend pumpkin seeds with about 1/2 a cup of water until very smooth. Add agave, vanilla and the rest of the water and belnd again. strain through cheesecloth or a nut bag (I just use a kitchen towel; I don’t have either!) Enjoy!

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By dreaminraw

My seeds are a lot less expensive than my almonds and it’s nice to change it up a bit!

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This is a great alternative to almond milk. THANK YOU!

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Wonderful! I've been eating to many nuts, so this will be a nice change. I'm soaking some now to make in the morning.

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pianissima, you rock! I never thought of using pantyhose. that's ingenius!! lol.

i love pumpkin seeds, and I don't eat nuts except for walnuts so this is an awesome recipe

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I was making pumpkin seed milk or sunflower seed milk a few months back from Ani Phyo's "Ani's Raw food Kitchen (by the way, she has some other great milk recipes) I loved it...but it was upsetting my digestion....not to sure why, but unfortunately I had to stop making it and go back to the other alternatives. But sunflower or pumpkin seed milk issss greeeaaat!!! In Ani Phyo's book she suggests to use dates instead of agave and a half of a vanilla bean.

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excellent - i will do it today! thank you

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excellent - i will do it today! thank you

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How long do you soak the pumpkin seeds? I've been looking for a way to use my bag o'them, and just ran out of my almond milk, so this is good and timely--thanks!

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hmmm... great idea! you can use panty hose if you don't want to mess up your tea towel.

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MMM! absolutely delicious.. i never realized how "almondy" pumpkin seeds taste! added a little cinnamon.

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