View Full Version : Making your own rice milk

Jun 29th, 2007, 05:44 PM
I tried and it came out terrible, but I'm going to try, try again with a different recipe.

Has anyone ever made a good batch of the stuff?? :confused:

Jul 2nd, 2007, 03:40 PM
what recipe did you use? i was thinking of making rice milk with a soya milk making machine i have, but as the soya milk wasn't very nice no matter what i tried, i eventually gave up using the machine.

Oct 8th, 2007, 07:04 AM
Excellent question, how can I make rice milk?
Do you know how to cook rice in a chinese way?

you steam it, or cook it very lightely with little water, then let it soak the rest of the water for few hours.
When ready, place the amount of rice in a blender with enough water for your needs, blend it all for about three minutes,use a sweeter like stevia.
This is of course, an adults drink.
If you want to give your children value quality milks, here is what you do.
Kids are easy to please, if you start them young, not like adults.
Children like almond milk, cashew milk, and sesame milk
As an adult, I drink these milks daily, part of my vegan food value.
What makes you the best cheff in the world is, imagination and knowledge of food combining.
Also, if you have kids, make yourgurt from cashew nuts and hazel nuts, the most perfect food for vegans.
Soya milk is not the ideal food for adults, specialy if you have kidney or pancreas problems, unless you make it very week, and only for short time.
For food value and healthy life style, the above milks are more than enough for your daily calcium and all other nutrients that the body needs on a daily basis.

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