- No animal cruelty. - Because it's much cheaper and healthier than plant milk from a shop
(no seed oil and/or stabilizers). - Far less waste
- Super simple and quick to make.
Here's what you need
Cheesecloth or a tea towel or a metal strainer
Ingredients 1 cup organic oats (no need to soak overnight)
3 cups filtered water
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
(1 cup = 250ml.)
Here's what you do
Put all the ingredients in a blender.
Blend for 1 minute.
Don't strain everything at once!
Pour some of the mixture in the strainer, let the liquid drip into the jug, remove the pulp from the strainer, and so on.
Store the milk in the fridge. It will keep for 2 to 3 days.
I use the leftover pulp in my smoothie.
Enjoy your homemade oat milk like you would any other milk; in smoothies, hot chocolate, coffee and tea.