Wednesday, 13 August 2014

The Best of Nut and seed Mylk (India recipe)

Recipe Contributed by Ani's Raw Food Asia by Ani Phyo, Published by Life Long Book. Asian Cuisine the Raw Food Way. You can visit her website at

Make 4 cups
Cashews are a sweet nut by nature, and when I make cashew mylk, I often leave out my sweetener. But if you like you mylk on sweeter side, sweeten with stevia, agave syrup or a whole fruit like dates. Sesame seeds make for a calcium packed mylk but can taste a bit bitter, so you may want to mix in some cashew or almond with it. Have fun exploring different nuts and mixes to make endless varieties of mylk.
1/2 cup of you favorite nuts/or seeds, soaked in filtered water (see soaking table on page 33) and rinsed well before using.
Pinch of stevia or 1/2 cup pitted dates or 3 tsp. agave syrup, brown rice, or maple syrup, optional.
Pinch of sea salt
5 cups of coconuts and/or filtered water.
Place all ingredients in the blender, adding a small amount of water first. Blend smooth. Then add remain water and blend. I love fiber in my mylk, but you can always strain it out using a nut mylk or filtered bag if preferred.
Will keep 4 days or longer.
Variation: Add cacao powder, vanilla bean, or strawberries to make different flavored mylk. The possibilities are truly endless.
 Soaking table
Almond, 1cup 8-10 hours, Pecans, Walnuts, Cashews, flax seeds,  sesame seeds 1 cup  4 -6  hours, Buckwheat, Oat groats, 1 cup, 6 hours, Pumpkin seeds 6 -8 hours, Sun flower seeds 1 cup 8 - 10 hours, Quinoa, 1 cup 2 -3 hours.

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