Sunday, September 30, 2012

new process


we have improved our almond milk, by using a blender rather than the soyabella. we first sprout the almonds, then add six cups of water and blend a good while. the cheesecloth is the real secret to success. thank you johanna! you can use the almond pulp to make a yummy cheese, or cracker toast.

to make almond toast:
mix equal parts almond pulp and veggie pulp
diced garlic
1/3 cup flax meal
a few pinches of salt
1/2 cup chopped sprouted almonds
mix and shape dough
if it seems dry add a little veggie juice

cut cracker dough in to 1/2 inch slices.
dehydrate until crisp!

5 comments:

  1. lovely. can you share a good recipe for almond cheese? i've never tried making a hard cheese and would love to hear your tips! happy fall, e. I'm sure it's beautiful in Michigan!

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    1. yes! i will share a recipe soon. miss you!

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  2. I use my almond pulp in these breakfast cookies. We have such a limited kitchen, but I can make them in our toaster oven. I usually make a double batch and freeze some.

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  3. Link didn't post the first time for some reason.

    http://blueberrygirlinoz.blogspot.kr/2010/05/no-sugar-oat-drops.html

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    1. i love this recipe! i can't wait to try it with the almond pulp. thanks for the tip!

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