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Almond Cow - Tips and Recipes

We started using more nut, seed and grain milks (Almond, oat, cashew etc) but found them quite expensive. So, we bought an Almond Cow. I'm skeptical of devices, but have fallen in love with a few of them (like the Instant Pot).

The Almond Cow is a plant based-milk maker.

I like it. It's smaller than I thought it would be, about the size of a large kettle. It's very easy to use and importantly clean. So far we have made cashew, almond, and tiger nut milks. As far as coffee goes, I'm still a cow milk fan, but the best milk for an alternative has been tiger nuts.

Does anyone else have a Almond Cow? Do you enjoy using it? What have you found works for you? Have you any recipes to share?
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Re: Almond Cow - Tips and Recipes

I learn something new every day, never heard of it.

I once bought almond milk in the bio-shop when I had this "health-freak"-workmate raving about it. But I didn't like it at all. I must admit though, I am a cow-milk-fan, can't live without it.

Do you make use of the pulp as well? Saw this when checking out your info.
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Re: Almond Cow - Tips and Recipes

For some milks, like cashew I mix the pulp back in because I like it. For others the pulp can be used in porridge or bakes.
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