Interested in making homemade almond mylk?
What You Will Need to Make Almond Milk:
Hey Vital Family! In today's blog post we are sharing with you a crucial coconut mylk recipe for all of your favorite cereals, smoothies and sauces. This is such a powerful recipe because here we are using the shreds instead of having to purchase the fresh raw young coconut meat that can be costly and hard to find for some. We love fresh coconut mylk make from organic young coconut meat but if this is not an option for you, here is your ticket.
What you will need:
2 Cups Unsweetened Coconut Shreds
2 1/2 cups Water
Nut mylk bag
Here is how to make it:
You want to heat your water on the stove just under a boil. Then add this water on top of the coconut shreds in a large bowl. Stir it at first and then knead it with your hands to really incorporate the mixture well. Do this for several minutes as it will yield a richer, creamier mylk.
Then simply add the contents in the bowl to your nut mylk bag and strain out the mylk into another bowl or jar. This is your final product and a nourishing, rich cost effective way to create coconut mylk!
Lots of love from the Vital Life Team.
Hello Vital Life Family! Today we are offering you a special recipe to incorporate all of your favorite super foods. So here is the recipe to warm your heart this holiday season and through the winter months or fuel you in the warmer months with something truly substantial to keep you going and going feeling vital.
What You Will Need:
2 cups Fresh Made Coconut or Almond Mylk
1/4 cup Chia Seeds
1 tablespoon Flax Seeds (optional but really great addition for the extra omega 3 boost)
Organic Stevia powder or drops to taste or other sweetener of choice
1 tsp. Fresh Ground Vanilla Bean
1 tsp. Goji Berries
A sprinkle of Fresh Pomegranate Seeds
Grinder for the flax seeds
Blender for making the mylk
Nut Mylk bag for straining the pulp
First: You want to decide what your base will be, what kind of mylk do you want to make? We suggest either Coconut or Almond mylk. Click on the links provided for each of those recipes.
Take your desired amount of mylk depending on how thick or thin you like your porrdige and put it in a pot on the stove. Choose the lowest heat or a setting for "warm". Keep an eye on it and stir it so that it gets warm to the touch but not hot so you keep the enzymes and nutrients intact.
Then add in the desired amount of chia seeds, around 1/4 cup for 1 to 2 cups mylk.
Grind one tablespoon of flax seed and put this in the mylk. Allow the chia to swell and the flax to incorporate well. In a bowl add a few fresh pomegranate seeds, goji berries and fresh, cinnamon & ground vanilla bean powder.
Enjoy this nutritious raw porridge that is sure to nourish and warm your heart.
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