Oatmilk Recipe (of sorts) #299

Homemade oat milk is highly beneficial and increases good bacteria in the gut. It is easy to make and unlike pre-packaged varieties it contains no sugar or other nasties. Plus it’s simple to make. The recipe isn’t exact and it is also based on individual tastes. Some people like it milkier others saltier etc. So as usual – play with it, have fun and make it yours.

Ingredients

Organic oats

Filtered water

Pinch of salt (ideally rock     salt)

2  Containers. (One to soak and another airtight one to store final product in).

Blender

Sieve or gauze to strain

 

Process

Soak a cup (or a bag) of oats in twice (or three times) as much water in a jar overnight.

Blend or shake jar.

Strain the larger particles.

What you should have left is a white milky looking substance that tastes like oat milk. 

 

If so – good job.

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