I spoke with a sister at her old company the other day. When she drank cow’s milk in the morning, she frequently experienced stomach pain.
I was surprised to learn that she liked healthy eating but had never heard of nut milk, a plant-based milk substitute for cow’s milk.
I’m going to tell you about the rich, hot, easy-to-make cashew milk of plant-based milk systems while you’re sitting here with me.
What is nut milk?
Nut milk is made using cashews, macadamia nuts, walnuts, zucchini, black beans, and soybeans, among other nuts. Many nuts, in general, can be boiled individually or combined to make milk.
Nut milk is being explored as a potential possible nutritional replacement for animal milk. As an all-natural vegan beverage, it has been added to the menu.
In nut milk often provides carbohydrates, proteins, unsaturated fats (healthy fats) such as omega-3, 6, 9, etc. Nut milk is also rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, oxygen, etc.
Drinking nut milk regularly helps slow down the aging process, stabilize blood pressure, and cardiovascular thanks to its rich potassium content. Some types of nut milk provide vitamin C to help boost immune system function, prevent viruses, and beautify skin.
Why use cashew milk?
As I previously stated, cashew milk is the easiest nut milk to produce in the world; even a youngster who has never worked in a kitchen can create this batch of nut milk.
In the past, my family used to use cow’s milk a lot, in the refrigerator, there was always a 1-liter box available. Since the day of love nut milk, the whole family removed cow’s milk from the list of commonly used foods.
- Unlike other nuts, there is no need to soak the seeds for an extended period.
- No need to peel cumbersome, time-consuming
- There is also no need to cook or steam the seeds before making the milk
- Compared to cow’s milk, cashews eat in terms of fat.
- And the last reason, cashew milk has no residue. No need to ray, filter any dirt, everyone. If you’re careful, you can take another shot (but almost nothing).
How to cook cashew milk?
Tada, it’s finally time to cook the cashew milk. Too much has been said about the convenience of cooking this divine nut milk for the lazy. Here it is, let’s start, etc.
First, you need to prepare:
1 cup cashew nut
4 cups warm water
You should use a blender or nut, milk maker.
Step1: You put cashews in water to soak for 1 hour. Because cashews are very soft and don’t need to be soaked for too long, you don’t have to worry about cashews getting sour when soaked. If you are in a hurry, you can soak it in warm water for about 30-45 minutes to move on to the next step.
Step 2: Put 1 cup of soaked cashews into the blender with 4 cups of water.
You can add sweeteners such as rock sugar, dates, diet sugar, etc, depending on your preferences. I like unsweetened whole milk, so I don’t add any sweeteners.
Now you can start grinding. You grind for about 1 minute for the seeds to be fine, if your blender is not strong enough you can grind again to make sure all the seeds are smooth.
Step 3: Ray again for peace of mind and then I use it.
Tada, with this super easy recipe, I believes that anyone who doesn’t know how to cook can still make a perfect batch of cashews.
Who is suitable for using cashew milk?
- Vegetarians, for vegetarians, this is great milk to supplement nutrients.
- Cashew milk for baby weaning. Mothers note that milk should only be used for babies from 6 months of age and older, and when cooking, it needs to be steamed before blending.
- Pregnant mothers: in cashew nuts, there are many nutrients, especially cashews are rich in magnesium and calcium, which contribute to building strong muscles and strong bones for the fetus.
- The elderly with high blood pressure, calcium deficiency, diabetes, cardiovascular disease.
- People are allergic to cow’s milk, animal milk.
- Young people, men, healthy, etc can use it.