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So me and Kim have started making our own oat milk, and it’s surprisingly easy. Here’s how we did it:
Add fourteen tablespoons of porridge oats to 1.5 litres of water, with a pinch of salt.
Soak the oats in the fridge over night.
Blend the mixture in a blender for just a few seconds, so it’s all blended up, obviously.
Pour/strain/squeeze the mixture through some cloth to separate all the oats.
It’s seriously that easy. The trickiest part was finding the right cloth to strain it through - our first choice ripped pretty easily because it was too light. Those amounts made us about a litre of 100% vegan oat milk. And considering we still have about 99% of the bag of porridge oats left, which only cost us about a quid or something like that, it looks like we won’t be wasting money on milk so much anymore. Score! Vegans would probably be a bit silly not to try this, and I would recommend it to non-vegans (like me) as well, cause it’s really cheap, easy, healthier than cow’s milk, and there’s no tricky ethical implications or anything. I also think it’s tastier than cow’s milk, too, but that’s possibly because I’m used to it now.

So me and Kim have started making our own oat milk, and it’s surprisingly easy. Here’s how we did it:

  • Add fourteen tablespoons of porridge oats to 1.5 litres of water, with a pinch of salt.
  • Soak the oats in the fridge over night.
  • Blend the mixture in a blender for just a few seconds, so it’s all blended up, obviously.
  • Pour/strain/squeeze the mixture through some cloth to separate all the oats.

It’s seriously that easy. The trickiest part was finding the right cloth to strain it through - our first choice ripped pretty easily because it was too light. Those amounts made us about a litre of 100% vegan oat milk. And considering we still have about 99% of the bag of porridge oats left, which only cost us about a quid or something like that, it looks like we won’t be wasting money on milk so much anymore. Score! Vegans would probably be a bit silly not to try this, and I would recommend it to non-vegans (like me) as well, cause it’s really cheap, easy, healthier than cow’s milk, and there’s no tricky ethical implications or anything. I also think it’s tastier than cow’s milk, too, but that’s possibly because I’m used to it now.

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    I’m usually a hazelnut milk drinker but I’m definitely going to try this.
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    Wowee! That does sound like a pretty simple recipe! Thanks! :)
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