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how is almond milk made


Almond milk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Almond milk **

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*Almond milk* is a beverage made from ground almonds, often used as a
substitute for dairy milk.

Unlike animal milk, almond milk contains neither cholesterol nor lactose.
As it does not contain any animal products, it is suitable for vegans and
vegetarians who abstain from dairy products. Commercial almond milk
products often come in plain, vanilla or chocolate flavors and are
sometimes enriched with vitamins. Almond milk can also be made at home by
grinding almonds with water in a blender. Vanilla flavoring and sweeteners
are often added.^[1]

Almond milk is slightly beige in colour, and has a creamy texture and nutty
taste. It is easy to make at home, and also comes prepackaged in long-life
cartons at the supermarket.^[2]

*Contents*

· 1 History
· 2 Nutrition
· 3 How to Make
· 4 References
· 5 Further reading
· 6 External links

*History[edit]*

Homemade almond milk

In the Middle Ages, almond milk was known in both the Islamic world and
Christendom. As a nut (the "fruit of a plant"), it is suitable for
consumption during Lent. Almond milk was also a staple of medieval kitchens
because cow's milk could not keep for long without spoiling.^[/citation
needed/]

Historically, almond milk was also called *amygdalate*. It was consumed
over a region stretching from the Iberian Peninsula to East Asia.^[3] The
/Viandier/, a 14th-century recipe collection, contains a recipe for almond
milk and recommends its use as a substitute for animal milk during fast
days.^[/citation needed/]

*Nutrition[edit]*

Almonds are rich in nutrients like protein, fibre, vitamin E, magnesium,
selenium, manganese, zinc, potassium, iron, phosphorus, trytophan, copper
and calcium.^[2]

For children with atopic dermatitis under two


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Almond_milk

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