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Definition of the noun Almond Milk

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noun

  1. A milky liquid made from almonds and used as a milk substitute, cooking ingredient or beverage.

Drink

Almond milk is a beverage made from ground almonds, occasionally used as a substitute for dairy milk.

  • also known as Susu Almond, Bademovo mleko, 扁桃漿

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Google previewMaking Vegan Frozen Treats (2015)

50 Recipes for Nondairy Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Other Delicious Desserts. A Storey BASICS® Title by Nicole Weston

ALMOND MILK ICE CREAMS Almond milk is a popular alternative to soy milk for nondairy drinkers. It has a mild , ...

Google previewA Dozen Ways to Celebrate: Twelve Decadent Feasts for the Culinary Indulgent. (2014)

by Nandita Godbole

For example, even though almond milk is a good substitute for dairybased dishes , if you have a nut allergy, you might want to use something else! Recipes may include ingredients that are common food allergens also; please familiarize ...

Google previewBest 100 Smoothies for Kids (2015)

Incredibly Nutritious and Totally Delicious No-Sugar-Added Smoothies for Any Time of Day by Deborah Harroun

Almond milk is a popular alternative to regular milk because it is mild in flavor and has a consistency similar to cow's milk. It is lower in protein than cow's milk, and it is usually fortified so that the calcium contentis similar to that ...

Google previewThe Little Vegan Cookbook (2016)

500 of the Best Vegan Recipes Ever

Almond milk is a great nondairy milk to use in baking, cooking, and just simply drinking. It's available in many supermarkets and natural foods stores, but making your own at home is a cinch and allows you to control exactly ...

Google previewUnderstanding Food, Principles and Preparation (2016)

Medicine, Nutrition by CTI Reviews

almond milk: Almond milk is a milky drink made from ground almonds. Unlike animal milk, almond ...

Google previewThe Family Feast (2013)

Twelve More Indian Recipes by Nandita Godbole

For example, even though almond milk is a good substitute for dairy, if you have a nut allergy, you might want to use something else! Diet Types, for the purposes of this book Vegan refers to the conventional version of vegan foods, meaning ...

Google previewCooking for Healthy Healing (2002)

Book One : The Healing Diets by Linda Garland Page, Linda G. Rector-Page

Almond milk is a rich, non-dairy liquid. Use it 1 to 1 in place of milk in baking, sauces, gravies, cream soups and drinks. For 1 cup almond milk: place 1 cup blanched almonds in a blender; add 2 to 4 cups water, depending on consistency .

Google previewHealthy Healing (1998)

A Guide to Self-healing for Everyone by Linda R. Page

Almond Milk is a rich, non-dairy liquid that may be used for cream soups, sauces, gravies and protein drinks. Use 1 to 1 in place of milk in baked recipes, sauces or gravies. For 1 cup almond milk: place 1 cup blanched almonds in a blender; ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Jewish Food (2010)

by Gil Marks

Almond milk,like most culinary advancesof the medieval period, arose inIslamic lands, and Sephardim adoptedit earlyon.Europeans learned howto makenut milk from Arabs and MiddleEastern Jewish travelers, and subsequently almond milk ...

Google previewThe Cooks and Confectioners Dictionary (1724)

Or, The Accomplish'd Housewives Companion ... by John Nott

Almond Milk. . TAKE a Pound os Sweet-Almonds, and bitter ones; blanch them well, then pound them-'in a Moru tar, sprinkling them frequently with Milk, least they turn, then take a Quart os Milk made luke-Warm, and mix it well with your ...

Google previewThe cooks and confectioners dictionary: or, The accomplish'd housewives companion. The second edition with additions. or rather, compiled Revised and recommended by John Nott, etc (1726)

Almond Milk: TAKE a Pound of Sweet-Almonds, and bitter ones', blanch them well, then pound them in a Mortar, sprinkling them frequently with Milk, least they _ turn, then take a Quart os Milk made luke-warm, and mix it well with your ...

Google previewThe Cook's and Confectioner's Dictionary; Or, the Accomplish'd Housewife's Companion ... [compiled] Revised, and Recommended ... by J. N. (1723)

Twin's Almond Milk, BOIL two Quarts of Water, then let it stand till it is clear -, put in Strawberry Plants, both Leaf and Root, and Violet Leaves, os each a large Handfiil, and a large Root OF Sorrel, let them all be well wash'd; put in two ...

Google previewThe Cook's and Confectioner's Dictionary: Or, The Accomplish'd Housewife's Companion ... The Fourth Edition, Etc (1733)

by John NOTT (Cook.)

ring continually with a Spoon, till it comes to a Cream ; when it begins to thicken, put in a little Salt, and sweeten it with Sugar; then put some small Crufts of Bread, no thicker than a Six-pence, into a Dish, and pour the Almond Milk upon them ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

Also called flaked almonds almond flavouring Asynthetic chemical productwith an almondflavour and smell, much cheaper than almond essence and commonly used asa substitute almond milk England A medieval substitute for milk during ...

Google previewThe cooks and confectioners dictionary; or, The accomplish'd housewifes companion ... (1723)

by John Nott

with a Spoon, till it come to a Cream ; when it begins to thicken, put in a little Salt, and sweeten it with Sugary then put some imall Crusts of Bread, no thicker than a Six-pence, into a Dim, and pour the Almond Milk upon them, and serve it hot.

Google previewA Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients (2010)

Complete Information About the Harmful and Desirable Ingredients in Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals by Ruth Winter

ALMOND MILK • A creamy mixture of blanched almonds, acacia (see), sugar, and water blended to a smooth paste and sieved. Used as a demulcent, especially in organic cosmetics. See Bitter Almond Oil ALMOND OIL • Used in brilliantines ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dental Science (1898)

And Such Words and Phrases of the Collateral Sciences as Pertain to the Art and Practice of Dentistry by Chapin Aaron Harris

Almond emulsion; almond milk. Emulsio Campborz. An emulsion composed of camphor, blanched sweet almonds, refined sugar, and water. Emul'slon (emulsio ).

Google previewAll Things Medieval: An Encyclopedia of the Medieval World [2 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia of the Medieval World by Ruth A Johnston

Almond milk worked in most recipes; the nut was ground fine and mixed with water, and its natural oils and nut meat formed a thickened white liquid that cooked up somewhat like milk. Large parts of Northern Europe depended on butter as a ...

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