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Non - almond/cashew milk substitute

I do not seem to be able to digest too much of nuts - so almond/cashew milk is not a good option for me as a milk substitute. What are the other options for raw milk?

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  • Deadly SteveDeadly Steve Raw Newbie

    I use soaked and sprouted sunflower seeds. Lovely stuff!

  • veghealthcoachveghealthcoach Raw Newbie

    Seeds - pumpkin, hemp, sunflower.

    Are you eating oats or other grains? You can do that as well.

  • nsns

    I use these seeds and their sprouts. Thanks, I will also try milk from them.

    Do I need to first soak and sprout them before blending them into milk or should I just use the dry seeds directly in the blender like raw cashew and almonds?

  • KristensRawKristensRaw Raw Newbie

    I love hemp milk. Yum! Here is a recipe:

    http://kristensraw.blogspot.com/2009/05/how-to-make-raw-vegan-milk.html

    Cheers,

    Kristen

  • wichtenwichten Raw Newbie

    you can even do mylk from sesame seeds (black or white) its got a good amount of calcium in it too. I think hemp mylk is the best though. chocolate hemp mylk is the schiz nit

  • veghealthcoachveghealthcoach Raw Newbie

    I forgot about sesame seeds! Look for unhulled too, although they may be a little more bitter.

  • kuritekurite Raw Newbie

    Just so you know for the nut/seed milk, even if you use "raw" agave its not actually raw they just call it that. All the enzymes have been killed and many consider agave unhealthy anyway

  • ambiguousambiguous Raw Newbie

    It's best to soak all seeds (and nuts) before using them to make a milk. You may even find that cashew or almond milk is tolerable if you soak the nuts first.

  • SuasoriaSuasoria Raw Newbie

    What about coconut water? What are you using it for?

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