Oat Milk – A Fast and finish Guide

 

[No Music] How to make Oat Milk

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Oat milk is so quick and easy to make that I make it in smaller batches so that it’s fresher. First, combine 1/2 cup of oats, 1 pitted and chopped date, and 1 cup of water in the blender. Blend for no longer than 30 seconds, until the date is processed.

Here’s the quick, “down and dirty” version of oat milk: Throw 1 cup (dry measure) of oats (rolled, old-fashioned, steel-cut, or groats) in a blender Add 3 cups fresh water to your blender. Though other plantand nut-based milks have been produced and consumed for hundreds of years, oat milk is a relatively new product. It was created in the 1990s by Rickard Öste, a Swedish scientist who was researching lactose intolerance and exploring cow’s milk substitutes. Oat Milk is a popular dairy-free milk and is what happens when you soak oats in water, blend the mixture, and then strain it. The resulting milk-water is smooth, creamy, very slightly sweet and has a fuller texture than a lot of other plant-based milks.

It’s also happens to be really budget friendly to make because oats are very inexpensive. Place oats, water, salt into a blender and puree until creamy. Since I use this oat milk in cereal and for making, I add a date (and sometimes a little vanilla) for a sweeter milk.

Pour contents into a nut milk bag (or cheesecloth lined bowl) This allows you to easily strain out the solids and creates a creamy oat milk. Oat Milk Benefits Considering that 65% of adults have difficulty digesting lactose (which is found in cow’s milk), oat milk is a great dairy-free alternative. In addition, oats contain several important vitamins and.

Oat milk is a plant-based milk alternative that’s vegan and naturally dairy-, lactose-, soyand nut-free. It’s even suitable for people with gluten intolerance if made from certified gluten-free. To make oat milk simply add 1 cup rolled oats + 4 cups water to a high-speed blender and blend on high for 30-45 seconds. Then strain through a clean t-shirt or towel for best results. We found nut milk bags let too much pulp through.

Fine mesh strainers also let too. There was no added sugar. Not even honey! A true mystery, especially because the nutritional information indicates that a cup of Pacific oat milk has more than twice the amount of sugar (19 grams) than most of the other oat milks.

I’ll throw it a point for being the only organic option, though (+1). Final score: -2. 4. Happy Planet Oat Milk. Oat milk is a vegan alternative to dairy milk that’s made by blending water and oats, and then straining out the liquid.

Some recipes call for soaking the oats for 30 minutes prior to blending in.

List of related literature:

Oat milk is lactose-free and it contains gluten so don’t use oat milk if you are allergic

“The Eczema Diet: Eczema-safe food to stop the itch and prevent eczema for life” by Karen Fischer
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by Karen Fischer
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For a quick version with milk, boil the milk in a pan or microwave, and then pour this on top of the oats.

“Stop Counting Calories and Start Losing Weight: The Harcombe Diet” by Zoe Harcombe
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Also teach patient to add fiber to diet in the form of uncooked fruits and vegetables, and whole-grain cereals with addition of bran in the form of 100% bran cereal or 2 tbsp/day of coarse, unprocessed bran, which can be taken with milk or juice or sprinkled over cereal.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Reduce heat to low; simmer, stirring frequently, until most of the milk is absorbed and oats are tender, about 25 minutes.

“YOU: On A Diet Revised Edition: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management” by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet Oz
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Pour the oat mixture, milk and 1 cup of water into a saucepan and stir to combine.

“4 Ingredients Diabetes” by Kim McCosker
from 4 Ingredients Diabetes
by Kim McCosker
4 Ingredients, 2013

The secrets to this recipe are the soaked oat groats and the hemp milk.

“Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness” by Scott Jurek, Steve Friedman
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by Scott Jurek, Steve Friedman
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Specifically, the goal of this step is to reduce the lactose content in the curd while maintaining the moisture.

“Microbiology and Technology of Fermented Foods” by Robert W. Hutkins
from Microbiology and Technology of Fermented Foods
by Robert W. Hutkins
Wiley, 2018

* * Stir, Soak In then the the morning, cook oats for overnight 30 put seconds in a in microwavable the or until milk just in the bowl boiling fridge. and (lower-wattage cook for 1 minute microwaves on high.

“The Fussy Eaters' Recipe Book: 135 Quick, Tasty and Healthy Recipes that Your Kids Will Actually Eat” by Annabel Karmel
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Great for building tissue, stabilizing blood sugar, reducing cholesterol, and calming the nervous system, Oat Milk is a versatile drink you can serve cold or warm.

“The Ayurvedic Vegan Kitchen: Finding Harmony Through Food” by Talya Lutzker
from The Ayurvedic Vegan Kitchen: Finding Harmony Through Food
by Talya Lutzker
Book Publishing Company, 2012

Other authors recommend substantially less milk per day (0.75 to 1 kg) (Adams 1986) but fail to allow for less than perfect environmental conditions, poor quality roughage, or inadequate concentrate consumption.

“Goat Medicine” by Mary C. Smith, David M. Sherman
from Goat Medicine
by Mary C. Smith, David M. Sherman
Wiley, 2009

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  • All pretty much the same you just changing the fruits, smh! Would of been a better video with other options and real difference! With yogurt, without yogurt, with milk, without milk, ect ect

  • I see a lot of recipes asking you to mix yoghurt with milk… why would you do that? Won’t it cause the milk to curdle overnight and cause acidity in your tummy even if you consume this immediately?

  • I hope you make coconut milk l have seen many recipes about it but I think when you gonna make it. it will be deferent and delicious ������♥️����

  • These look amazing. But I don’t like how these sort of channels feel the need to put every ingredient in its own bowl to make it all look overly clean, along with the poppy music. This just makes me worry about all the dishes..

  • Love this! As a vegan, the only thing I’d replace is the Greek yoghurt for something like an Alpro plant based yoghurt. Other than that, great tasty ideas, thank you!

  • Looks really tempting��… will definitely try. �� Hey i too have a youtube channel on cooking with punjabi & indian cuisine theme. Do check it out�� https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXu4ue1PkUE

  • I don’t use many nuts (never know how much longer they will be in the stores)…will flax work for the oil instead of the cashews?..

  • ☺️��♥️आज कुछ सिंपल बनाइए बहुत ही टेस्टी सत्तू की बाटी और बैगन का भरता फ्राइड वाला जैसे पार्टी में मिलता है https://youtu.be/1qdVC3vpvvQ

  • Making oat milk also made me aware that the Oat crop is heavily sprayed with Roundup. It is legal in Europe despite it causing DNA damage; something to be aware of.

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  • I pay around 3 dollars for oat milk from grocery shop when i can do it at home with 0,68 dollars??? this is life savior,thank you <3 you are doing an amazing job

  • Cristine: what other old lady things do you do when your thirty
    Me: well I knit,sew, bake, and I lecture my friends on the value of school….btw I’m fourteen

  • This method works ok on cereals, but unfortunately doesn’t work in tea or barista coffee like Oatly does. Wish I knew more about their enzyme process that stabilises the milk..

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  • I made it this way but it still came out slimy:(
    I tried a different recipe where you don’t soak the oats and just use ice cold water and it came out much better!!!

  • Hoi, ik wil hem graag maken maar waar kan ik het recept vinden waarnaar je tegen het einde van je video aan refereert? Dankjewel vast!

  • I accidently use plain oatmeal instead of oats in their whole form.. still works tho. Actually no need to soak if using oatmeal �� but im not sure if that still consider as oatmilk ��

  • Hello, like the look of your recipe. The only problem is that I am allergic to nuts/dairy/wheat. Is there any other alternative that you could suggest to achieve more or less the same result. Many thanks

  • Cristine ummm do you have to use the microwave to heat this up I have to have Parental supervision because I can burn down the house with a microwave

  • Hey Cristine, it’s better to buy whole flax seed and grind them yourself (in a coffee grinder). They retain more nutrients and are less likely to go rancid. Thanks for the great video!

  • I’ve definitely drank my fair share of oat milk over the last two weeks ha! I hope you guys enjoy all the tips and tricks in the video and make the best homemade oat milk possible. Enjoy! xo Lisa

  • I discovered your video too late and already made a jar and its slimmy ugh:( Is it safe to drink the milk when its slimmy?? I dont really mind the slimminess but still worried if it could upset my stomach

  • If you’re not someone who really needs to worry about gluten or are looking to not by organic for cost cutting, does opting for cheaper oats (still same style) effect the outcome of the milk? I’d love to buy organic gf when possible but am trying to be healthier on a budget and want to explore my options!:)

  • I read to add vanilla and sweetener after blending and straining so that the flavor does not get strained out in the oat pulp. The flavor can be added to the final product and just whisked in by hand.

  • This is a marvellous recipe however I find that when I topped this with a little bit of flaxseed and hemp (to boost my protein level) it became quite dense in calories (622 cals).

    Just a little heads up for someone’s who’s doing a caloric deficit (losing weight)

  • i used pectinase and it reduced sliminess…but you will have to add heat when it’s the proper thickness or it continues to break down in the fridge. i think amylase works best and i just throw it into my instant pot yogurt maker for 6 hours and it works great.