There has been a recent publicity for… “Milk, a force of nature”. Its a National Dairy Council propaganda campaign funded by the EU (E-You) to convince you to drink more milk by whitewashing the following facts: Humans are the only animals that drink the milk of another animal. Humans are the only animals that are never weaned (even the calf stops drinking cow milk after a few months). Cow milk is made to turn a tiny calf into a one ton monster within a year. This is done via concentrated nutrients and Bovine Growth Hormone, found in milk. Bovine Growth Hormone is almost identical to Human Growth Hormone. Growth Hormones are not a good idea. Given that cancer is out of control growth. Milk products have been proven to be a potent cancer food. Milk products acidify your body. Milk products rob you of calcium! The acids produced by milk cause your body to use bone calcium to neutralize the acidity. The countries with the highest consumption of milk have the highest rates of osteoporosis. Milk, a force of nature. For calves. Now, for those who enjoy milk, there are lots of healthy alternatives. You can get all kinds of milks in the health store, like Soy Milk, Oat Milk, Rice Milk, and Nut Milks. Plus, here is a delicious Nut Milk recipe from my Recipe book, “How to Look and Feel Ten Years Younger” Enjoy! And book in for a consultation, or for our Trip to Hungary in June, where you learn the complete Real Healthy Lifestyle!
Raw Vegan Milk and Cream
Use these recipes to create dairy free milk and cream. Much more healthy.
1 cup soaked almonds, blanched
To blanch, boil a pot of water. Carefully pour the almonds in.
Immediately pour the almonds and water through a sieve in the sink, getting rid of the boiling water. Then quickly pour the almonds into a pot of cold water. The short exposure to boiling water loosens the skin of the almonds without cooking them. Then they will just pop out of the skin with light finger pressure.
You can also buy blanched almonds. Not as healthy, but quicker.
3½ cups filtered water
1) Process almonds in the blender with ½ to 1 cup of water until well blended, then add balance of water and blend again.
2) Pour into a cotton or muslin bag or cloth and squeeze out all the milk.
SWEET ALMOND MILK
1) Take plain almond milk, put into a blender with soaked dates and a little ground vanilla bean or vanilla essence and blend well.
You can also try adding freshly ground lemon rind (only from organic or unwaxed lemons), pumpkin pie spice, nutmeg or cinnamon, or a combination. With experimentation you will hit upon a flavor combination which will taste delicious to you.