Directions: 1. Soak overnight, pour off water & follow recipe below. 2. Put almonds in a food processor, run it briefly. 3. Add a little water, run it longer. 4. Continue adding water and running the processor until you have a milky liquid. 5. Add stevia to taste. 6. Also you can add a few drops of vanilla if desired
You can make thicker almond milk with more almonds relative to the amount of water.
I don’t mind the bits of almond skin, but you can strain if desired.
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