kiss the tips of your almonds over and over and they get soft and you can squirt them into a glass one by one. First kiss is always nice but it takes forever to get a nice full glass and you need to kiss A LOT of almonds.
I'm diabetic and have been drinking different milks and tons of sugar free drinks for a long time.
>Hemp milk, though it's best sweetened
>Wholegrain almond milk (with vanilla)
>Wholegrain Soya Milk
>Sunflower Seed Milk
>Pecan milk with carrot juice
>Brown rice milk
>Cashew nut milk
>Brazil nut milk
I find making them into nut butters (like peanut butter) then mixing them with water is a lot quicker and easier, but it takes less than a minute either way if you have a good whizzer
Banana works really well as a sweetner, figs are ok too. Vanilla goes well with pretty much everything
I use oat milk for making porridge every day. It's a little more expensive but it's so good for you. My ingredients are listed as: oat milk, water, salt, calcium (two types), and vitamins. No moobs here.
I only use oat milk for porridge because it pretty much tastes like oats themselves. Unsweetened almond milk is the best - getting any variations means added sugar which I don't want/need. However, I don't really buy it, because other than making porridge, I don't need milk for anything else. I swapped coffee and tea for green teas.
never tried drinking it plain but I've been making my oatmeal with it every morning for a few weeks, it's pretty good. the other day I made a shake with almond milk, ice, egg whites, and special k (a la piano man) and it tasted fucking amazing.
>lots of sugar
>no beneficial bacteria
>has a gritty texture and taste unless masked with additives
>but hey, its got calcium
Its not that great of a drink, but when frozen its pretty good for a snack.
Almond milk sure doesn't. 1g protein per serving.
15g of sugar per serving for vanilla, 21g for chocolate. If you get the unsweetened kind the shit is hard to swallow it tastes so bad.
There is basically nothing naturally in almond milk except for components providing it color and flavor. The nutritional value extracted is paltry. For the amount of money it costs you might as well let someone mug you, you'd be getting the same deal.