Easy raw oatmilk

If you are lactose intolerant, or you just like the idea of using milk made of grains, this is an easy enough recipe for oatmilk, and although it’s raw it tastes surprisingly well.

you’ll need: one cup of porridge oats (organic preferably) for 2 cups of water.

quickoats

Place the oats in water and let it soak for a few hours. pout the water out and pour clean water over, let it sit for half more hour. add a dash of sea salt or Himalayan salt, and a drop  of(half teaspoon for example) molasses. The sea salt will enhance the flavor. the molasses is optional , but it will give it a slightly sweeter taste. Wit ha blender, blend it into a smooth paste. strain it through a very fine sieve. Blend it one more time and strain it again.

Heat up the liquid up to boiling temperature, but don’t boil it, turn the heat off as soon as you see it bubbling. let it cool and poor in a proper glass or plastic container.

Pouring oat milk in a glass.

It holds in  the fridge for about a week.

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