The Soyajoy G4 is an amazing machine we first saw demoed by Nini Girl. Check out her video: We use our Soyajoy for making soy milk, almond milk, soups, porridges and more. We even made pistachio milk! We got ours off of Amazon, but just Google it for the best deal. I highly recommend this kitchen … Continue reading How to Make Almond Milk
This morning we took the wraps off a fresh block of homemade almond cheese. Yesterday I prepped the almonds by blanching them for one minute. The skins will slip right off then. The almonds soaked in purified water for a few hours. Then I followed my food processor recipe for almond cheese. Overnight I left … Continue reading Making Almond Cheese
This is so good that I think we need to have a constant supply on-hand. Almond cheese – recipe and instructions here – tastes nothing like almonds, ironically. I wonder if I can do this same thing with other nuts, like cashews or hazelnut? One addition to the recipe today. I added dried chives. Can’t … Continue reading Guess what I did this morning …
We we so happy with our first try at almond cheese, the second try was a foregone conclusion. The other day I deskinned 2 cups of almonds and mixed according to the recipe. After it set in the refrigerator it was perfect. Later, I put the cheese in our dehydrator and went to bed. The … Continue reading Sometimes you need a mulligan
This is almond cheese! It holds together well. The texture is more spongy than conventional cheese and it crumbles more easily. But I was curious about the taste. I was expecting a nutty almond taste. The lemon is dominant though. I like it! If you missed our original post on How to Make Almond Cheese, … Continue reading Review: Homemade Almond Cheese
It’s Sunday morning! Did you soak your nuts last night? I did! I put a cup of almonds in water. When I woke up I searched the web for a good recipe and got to work. Thanks to Rawmazing for the instructions. Also thanks to The Shiksa in the Kitchen for the tip on how to remove almond skins!