Are you wondering how to make cashew milk at home? If you are trying to eliminate or reduce cow's milk products from your diet, this is one recipe you should try. The higher fat content in cashews makes this milk a bit more creamy then almond milk and soy milk.
Store bought non-dairy milks contain fillers, gums, and sugar and most are not organic. It's very easy to make cashew milk because there is no straining involved like almond milk or other nut milks. This lasts about a week in the fridge and can be used for baking, smoothies, dressings, or your other favorite recipes.
Put the cashews in a mason jar and fill with water and 1 tbsp sea salt. Soak for at least 6 hours, or overnight. Strain out the cashews and put them in the Vitamix. Add the dates and water. Process on high for a minute or until completely smooth. Pour into a mason jar and store in the refrigerator. (A good place to get organic nuts aside from is Thrive Market.)
Cashew Milk Recipe
I learned how to make almond milk many years ago when I went to the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and later experimented with different nuts. Cashew milk has been my favorite so far.
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