Nut Milk Recipe

Lactose intolerance: a curse. Like many, I am lactose intolerant, meaning I cannot digest lactose, a sugar found in dairy. Removing dairy from your diet isn't as hard as it sounds. Let me rephrase: Removing dairy, with the exception of cheese, isn't as hard as it sounds (They haven't created an "up to par" supplement for cheese yet) . Anyhoo, I don't do milk products. Yes, you can purchase "dairy-free" milk or nut milks at the store, but if you're someone who prefers natural / unprocessed foods, you'll get good use out of this ridiculously easy recipe.

Ingredients: (you can half or double the recipe depending on your rate of consumption)

1/3c nuts (almonds, cashews or walnuts)

1/2c water

Optional ingredients: to sweeten or enhance flavor

1 serving sweetener (I use stevia, splenda is fine)

1t vanilla extract (for vanilla flavor)

1T Cacao (for chocolate flavor)

Instructions:

Soak nuts in water over night. Put nuts and water (Or any additional ingredients) in a blender, blend until smooth.

After you finish blending, you may use a wire strainer to separate the milk from the pulp if desired (I personally like the pulp so I don't separate it)

*Fresh for about 3 days

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