Learning how to make homemade almond milk through this step by step tutorial is a healthy alternative substitute for dairy milk. Commercial almond milk sadly tends to be more water than it is almond so by making your own, you control the ratio of nuts to water used in the process.
Chances are if you are searching how to make homemade almond milk you or someone you know may have a lactose issue. Almond milk is a great choice for those people who are lactose intolerant.
Almonds are a good source of Calcium, Iron, Vitamin E, and Riboflavin. They are derived from trees making them naturally cholesterol free and one of the best sources of protein. You may have heard that nuts are high in fat but most of that fat is either monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fat. These (good) fat types are healthier for you through their promotion of lower blood cholesterol levels.
Someone asked me if this saves money and after really looking in to it, I can say that YES it definitely can if you make sure to use the almond pulp by making flour with it – then you save lots because that stuff is like $10/lb. Dehydrating the leftover almond pulp to make almond flour is just what a smart homesteader does. Never let anything go to waste.
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