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I’ve been experimenting with non-dairy milk alternatives recently and have made a variety of nut milks: of hazelnut, pecan, and almond, the almond has definitely been the favorite. Besides being really easy, an added benefit to making these at home is that they are free of additives, preservatives, and a large amount of packaging. Any one of these would work in the Almond Jello recipe – you will need to play with adding some sugar, as the homemade nut milk is not sweetened – most of the store-bought versions are. I would still keep the almond (or other) flavoring in the fruit syrup, but you can eliminate it from the “jello” portion of the recipe.
makes about 2.5 c milk + 1/2 c nut flour
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Join me and Jeri Shumate of Joyous Health and learn how and why to get beneficial fats into and harmful fats out of your diet!
Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 5:30pm
Salon M, 283 S. Zeeb Rd. in Ann Arbor
(in Scio Village Center, intersection of Zeeb & Jackson)
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…even when it’s covered with fish guts! Here’s my husband’s first attempt at an iMovie – all about our trip to Lummi Island to meet the wonderful fishermen and women who provide fish for the AAWSM fish-buying club that I manage: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhvgCnV0r68.
A big thank you to Dave, Keith, Lynne, Morgan, Ian, Connor, and Tanner for showing us what they do to bring us their delightful salmon.
You can read more about Lummi Island Wild Reefnet Salmon on their site and all about our trip in the Simply: Home Cooking Newsletter, What’s Cooking? If you live in the Ann Arbor area and love wild-caugh ocean fish, email me about the buying club!