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02-27-2016 10:39 PM
RomeoAppearing Going to try it, sounds good O
02-26-2016 07:46 PM
silva I like it too! I think at least--certainly want to try!
Sounds like you could whir up the oat flour in a mini blender and store for a 'instant' type milk for cereal-or maybe add to the cereal and add water?

I like to keep cold cereal at work and often don't have milk.
02-26-2016 07:36 PM
Krystal the Mushroom Girl like~!
08-26-2014 12:49 AM
mangolover
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Originally Posted by hotcooknmama View Post
I just posted a recipe for cheap, tasty, dairy-free oat milk at EatDrinkBetter.

Cooks like soy or almond milk, in recipes; good on cereal.

Thought I'd share here, too. Hope you like it. :-)
I'm so making this!Look who isn't buying milk from the store!
08-26-2014 12:29 AM
fanaledrinks112 When I mentioned that I was working on a homemade milk post many of you asked for a low-cost and nut-free homemade milk recipe. I decided to put myself to the challenge. Homemade Oat Milk, it is!

First, I’ll show you how I made it with step-by-step photos and at the end of my post I’ll share my thoughts on flavour, price, texture, and overall pros and cons.
05-16-2012 10:53 PM
hotcooknmama I just posted a recipe for cheap, tasty, dairy-free oat milk at EatDrinkBetter.

Cooks like soy or almond milk, in recipes; good on cereal.

Thought I'd share here, too. Hope you like it. :-)

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