1 cup nuts, soaked for 24 hours
3 cups jicama juice
1. juice enough jicama to make 3 cups of juice.
2. liquify jicama juice and soaked nuts in blender & strain through a cheesecloth or a good tea strainer (keep the remaining almond pulp for other recipes, such as cinnamon rolls).
3. pour over cereal, mix in smoothies, or enjoy by itself!
Sweet Adeline's ThoughtsBy Sweet Adeline
a sweet healthy nut milk with no added sweeteners! it's not water based, for those of you avoiding that nasty deuterium oxide ;) this "milk" is very low in saturated fat (depending on the type of nut you use), cholesterol and sodium. it's also a good source of potassium, and a VERY good source of dietary fiber and vitamin C. it has a creamy white, milky consistency, with just a hint of earth. makes for an exotic substitute!
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