The growing global shift from dairy to plant-based milks is showing no sign of abating, and until recently there were two options, neither offering a perfect solution.
The first, shop-bought nut milk, is usually packaged in non-recyclable containers and has additives that some purists find less than ideal. Plus, the actual nut content can be quite low.
The second solution, i.e. DIY nut milk, has been a "thing" for years. But producing beautiful quality plant-based milks is a labour of love, involving soaking, blending and straining, all of which is time-consuming and a tad messy.
Well, take a bow Nutramilk, a fab nut milk maker which is causing quite a stir. This fab new counter-top machine produces up to 2 litres of pure, fresh nut milk in just 12 minutes. Also produces beautiful creamy butters and dips (as well as perfect fillings for my daily does of protein balls too!)
The Nutramilk was developed in collaboration with the Industrial Design department of Metropolitan State University of Denver over three years. The result is a truly game-changing machine that alt-milk and nut butter devotees are welcoming with open arms.
I have literally just ordered mine and cant wait to get started! Will it be as big as the nutribullet? Who knows? But I want to be among the first to find out.