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'''Almond Milk''' was used instead of real [[milk]] on [[Lent]]en days. We have found the following a good way to make it.
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'''Almond Milk''' was a very common ingredient in Medieval cooking. I was used instead of real [[milk]] in [[Lent]], but also appears in many non-Lenten dishes.  
  
<b>Almonk Milk</b>
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==Recipe==
* 1 cup ground [[Almond]]s<br>
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* 2 cups [[boil]]ing water<br>
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*1c freshly ground [[almond]]s
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*2c [[boil]]ing water<br>
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Combine the almonds and water and let stand until tepid. Strain.  Makes a little over a cup of almond milk.
  
Mix together and let sit until cooled.<br>
 
If you dont mind the grainyness, you can then use as is, makes about 2 cups<br>
 
or...<br>
 
Strain out the almonds and use just the milk, give you a little over a cup of milk and just under a cup of almond goo.
 
 
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Revision as of 10:46, 22 September 2008

Almond Milk was a very common ingredient in Medieval cooking. I was used instead of real milk in Lent, but also appears in many non-Lenten dishes.

Recipe

Combine the almonds and water and let stand until tepid. Strain. Makes a little over a cup of almond milk.