Sprouted Quinoa has a texture that can be a bit off-putting, but blending it in a high-speed blender made it almost like a thick milk. This is a quick and interesting breakfast that sort of reminded me of Vanilla Carnation Instant Breakfast in consistency and color, but with a much more interesting taste!
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RINSE the sprouted Quinoa VERY WELL!!! Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender. I think the texture might be gross in a regular blender. I poured mine over ice.

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Sprouted Quinoa has a texture that can be a bit off-putting, but blending it in a high-speed blender made it almost like a thick milk. This is a quick and interesting breakfast that sort of reminded me of Vanilla Carnation Instant Breakfast in consistency and color, but with a much more interesting taste!

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this could be my new "milk"!! woot! gotta try it today!!

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No way, I've just been thinking of something like this! I can't digest whole quinoa sprouts, so I have to blend them up into a ranch sauce, or a soup, or a smoothie, or a milk. Quinoa is so tasty and versatile.

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Yes, I think quinoa milk would work. The color would be milk-like.

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so do you think one could make "quinoa milk"? like add some dates for some sweetness?

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