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.


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.


Brown rice milk

Making your own rice milk isn’t complicated at all. And you can make it out of organic brown rice, without any added sweeteners or other additives.

It’s great for babies and it can be used to make your own baby formula. Of course, adults can enjoy it just as much!

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The easiest and quickest way is to make it out of brown rice flower.

Ingredients:  one liter water, 3 spoons brown rice flour.

Place half liter water in a pot on fire, and warm up. when warm but not yet boiling, sprinkle gradually one spoon of brown flour while stirring with a wooden spoon. keep stirring while the composition comes to boil, keep stirring and see it thicken slightly. If too thick, add more water. Let it cool down and strain it to a fine sieve. Even though it might not seem to you like it needs straining, as it’s mostly liquid, do it, and better do it several times. If you don’t strain it well, it will become gooey. You’ll see that when you strain it, there’s a thick gooey part left on the bottom of the sieve, throw that out and keep the flowing liquid.

That’s it, and it took you about 15 minutes or less to make it.

Store in the fridge. Will hold about a week.

You may add a little bit of coconut oil to it when you warm it up, for better taste, and in order to add natural healthy fats.


kefir strawberry drink

Ingredients: fresh kefir (1cup) strawberries (2), fresh red beet juice (1.4 cup or one very small beet), honey.

Juice the beet. In a blender blend all the ingredients and serve.


Why Kefir?

The kefir drink is made either with kefir grains or a powdered kefir starter — the grains aren’t an actual grain like wheat, but are made of bacteria and yeast. Generally of a thinner consistency than yogurt, kefir is usually sold as a drink, either plain or flavoured. It can be homemade from milk and kefir grains.

Digested much easier than regular yogurt, with loads of pro biotics, it cleanses the intestines, provides beneficial bacteria and yeast, vitamins and minerals, and complete proteins. It contributes to a healthy immune system, it helps with yeast, chronic fatigue syndrome, herpes, and cancer. Its tranquilizing effect on the nervous system has benefited many who suffer from sleep disorders, depression, and ADHD.

The regular use of kefir can help relieve all intestinal disorders and create a healthier digestive system.

Best if fresh and homemade.


kefir grains

Why beet juice? One of the major benefits of beet juice it that it contains a color pigment called betalain. This is a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, fungicidal and aid in detoxification substance. There is research that indicates that betalain may exhibit anti-cancer activity. Beet roots are high in folic acid and manganese. It is used to treat  anemia, liver, skin, kidneys, lymphatic circulation, tiredness, eye, liver, skin problems, detoxification, cancer. Beet juice may kill fungi, is a strong antioxidant and has anti inflammatory properties.