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From: Sean (ip68-2-166-192.ph.ph.cox.net)
Subject:         Almond milk with SoyaPower
Date: June 17, 2006 at 7:55 pm PST

I just purchased a SoyaPower soymilk maker and have attempted to make almond milk twice with it. The first time the almond milk was very runny/watery. I used about 2/3 of included measuring cup of almonds with the recommended amount of water. The second time I used slightly less water with nearly a full measuring cup of almonds soaked for longer (9 hours or so). I am letting it cool now in the refrigerator but this batch too looks runny. Should I use significanlty less water (or more almonds) to get a creamier milk? I am also looking to preserve the nutritional profile of the almond milk I drink now, Pacific Original. Is there any way to get creamy almond milk that isn't high in fat (ie >3 grams like in the commercial brand)?

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