With the rise in vegetarianism and veganism, food manufacturers are looking for new, innovative ways to get us to drink plant-based milk. I
n the past five years, non dairy milk alternatives have grown an amazing 61 percent, and the market is expected to reach more than $35 billion by 2024. The almond and coconut milks of the world are just going to continue getting milkier, and there’s a whole host of other plant-based options, from peas to bananas, that are joining the party.
When choosing a dairy-free milk, ideally look for an option that has a short ingredient list, is unsweetened, offers a source of protein, and is fortified with calcium and vitamin D.
How to Make Walnut Milk
- Soak walnuts for 12 hours.
- Strain the water and rinse walnuts.
- Add to blender with enough water to make it as thick as cream or as thin as milk.
- OPTIONAL – cinnamon or nutmeg
- Blend walnut mixture on high for 1 minute.
- Strain through a nut milk bag.
- Place in a glass jar & store in the fridge!
Blessings and miracles, Dr. Bobby