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How to make Walnut Milk

Walnut milk has a light, subtle, delicate flavour and creaminess.   Like cashew milk, soaked walnuts blend super smooth

and do not require sieving, straining or squeezing in nutbags.


Walnuts are rich in omega-3s, healthy oils & plant compounds that help lower cholesterol, balance blood sugar, + improve cognitive function.   


Walnuts are especially nourishing for women 30+ years of age for balancing hormones + supporting healthy skin, hair, + nails.

For men, walnuts improve men’s sperm vitality.

  • Servesmakes 4-5 cups
  • Cooks in 0
  • Prep time soaking + 3mins
  • Low GI Blood Sugar

    Recipes have blood sugar balancing and low glycemic index ingredients. A diet rich in foods that balance blood sugar helps lower risks of type 2 diabetes.

  • Brain Healthy

    Brain Healthy recipes have ingredients that support healthy brain and tissue repair, growth and development, cognitive function and memory

  • Vegan

    Vegan Plant-based recipes have no animal products; no meat, no eggs, no dairy, no honey. Plant-based recipes ingredients are made from plants.

  • Hormone Balancing

    Eating foods rich in certain vitamins minerals & phytonutrients can help balance our bodies hormones and endocrine system which affect our adrenal, thyroid, reproductive health.

    Hormonal imbalances may cause a wide variety of different symptoms from fatigue, mood swings, brain fog, anxiety, insomnia, weight gain, weight loss, food cravings, skin + hair + nail health, muscle weakness or pain, inflammation, dryness, infertility, 

    Foods that can help with balancing hormones;

    Leafy Greens & Root Vegetables - high in antioxidants
    Nuts - walnuts, brazil nuts,
    Seeds - flax, hemp, chia, pumpkin, sunflower, 
    Whole Grains
    Wild-caught Omega 3 rich fish like Salmon
    Coconut Oil - Medium Triglyercide
    Seaweeds & Nettles, Parsley, Dandelions
    Medicinal Herbs like Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Maca, Triphala, Licorice, Adaptogens

    Omega 3's, Iodine, Selenium, Vitamin B's & D, Digestive enzymes, bitters, 

    Probiotic and prebiotic foods
    Anti-inflammatory Foods
    Clean water
    Organic & low toxic foods, body & household products

  • Omega 3


adds to shopping list

  • 1 cup raw walnut pieces
  • 2 cups water - soaking
  • 4 cups filtered water - blending*


How to make Walnut Milk


RINSE AND SOAK 1 cup walnuts in 2 cups water for 2 hours to overnight*


DRAIN soaking water and rinse the soaked walnuts again.


ADD 4 cups filtered water + soaked walnuts to a high-speed blender; blend 45sec – 1min until smooth + creamy. 


TASTE – blend a little more if there is any texture – add vanilla if you want to add flavour.


Serving Ideas
in a glass – fresh walnut milk is such a lovely treat!! 
Gorgeous in a Hot Cacao espresso-style or Pumpkin Spiced Hot Chocolate
Eat with Date & Currant Ancient Grain Granola
mix with Balancing Super Seed Cereal. 


STORE in a glass jar in the fridge for up to 4 days OR ferment into Kefir

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*BUDGET CONSCIOUS You can use 5 cups of water instead of the usual 4 cups to be more budget-conscious.


STORE WALNUTS in the freezer.  At a minimum, the fridge preserves the freshness of all those great volatile oils.  Always taste your walnuts before making anything – you will know when they are going rancid due to the bitter taste.


NO STRAINING: Soaked walnuts blended into milk become silky smooth, and super creamy in a high-speed blender.  Walnut milk does not need to be strained – so if you don’t like “bits” and don’t want to strain your plant, milk walnut milk & cashew milk is an excellent choice for you!


ADD 2tsp Prebiotic fibre: green banana flour, cassava flour, acacia fibre powder, tapioca fibre (not starch), chicory root powder, Jerusalem artichoke powder, mesquite powder, baobab powder   Prebiotic fibre passes through the small intestine and into the colon where it feeds our beneficial bacteria and helps colonise our gut.  The prebiotic fibre helps with plant milk fermentation.


DETAILS How to make PLANT MILK & then ferment to make KEFIR

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