do-it-yourself fresh almond mylk

The concept of the human consumption of cow’s milk is old news…a tired and worn-out idea. Cow’s milk is designed to take an 80 pound calf and turn him into a 300 pound heifer in 3 months. Almond mylk has more nutrition than cow’s milk and is easier for the human body to absorb. Sprouted almonds are a great source of protein and amino acids.

You will need:

  1. 3 dates, seeded
  2. 3 cups filtered water
  3. 1/2 cup sprouted almonds

Directions:

Place the dates in a bowl and cover with water. Soak for one hour. Transfer the dates and their soaking water into a blender, add the almonds, and blend until smooth. Strain through a wire-mesh strainer (or whatever you have on hand) and serve. This will make about 1 1/4 cups. Save the almond pulp for the almond biscuit-cookies up next!

 

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