I made it this morning and man, it's delicious! This yields 1 1/2 liters of almond milk, which keeps well in the fridge for quite a few days. However, you can always reduce almonds and water to a smaller amount. You can reserve the nut pulp for raw cakes, desserts, pates, or any other recipe requiring almonds.
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1. To make almond milk, add 2 cups of soaked almonds to 6 cups of water to a blender. Blend on high speed. Filter the liquid.

2. Blend all ingredients in blender. Enjoy.

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By nataboo

I made it this morning and man, it's delicious!

This yields 1 1/2 liters of almond milk, which keeps well in the fridge for quite a few days. However, you can always reduce almonds and water to a smaller amount.

You can reserve the nut pulp for raw cakes, desserts, pates, or any other recipe requiring almonds.

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