|Homemade Oat Milk|
In these tough times, every grocery dollar matters. Oat milk works like soy, almond, or cow’s milk in recipes or on cereal, at a fraction of the cost.
Best of all, the ‘by-products’ of this milk production can be rinsed right from your blender: no veal crates are ever involved!
To save milk for later use: let it rest about 5 minutes; pour all but the bottom inch of liquid into an airtight storage container, leaving the dregs in the blender to discard. Refrigerate until needed, and shake vigorously before using.
Thrifty Nondairy Yum!
Try oat milk as a cheap and cruelty-free ingredient for breads, cakes, sauces, soups, gravies, smoothies, or any recipe that calls for milk. Oat milk doesn’t blend well with coffee, but works fine on cereal — if you’re looking for a splash for your coffee, try soy creamer, almond milk, or flax milk.
Source: GO MEDIA: Writen by Tanya Sitton - (Photo by the author.)