Perk up, soymilk/almond milk lovers 😀 here is the tutorial of my new soymilk maker 😛
This time my combination is Whole Grain Milk (should I get a label like whole wheat somewhere?)
I don’t have to convince you guys about how much fiber you would get from brown rice, barley and black bean. The peanuts are used to add a nice touch to the flavor. But I do have to say something about the black rice (and I just know its other names is forbidden rice!!! ):
“Black rice is one of several black-colored heirloom plants producing rice variants such as Indonesian Black Rice, forbidden rice, or wild rice. High in nutritional and medicinal value, forbidden rice is rich in iron and considered a blood tonifier. Unlike other black rice from Asia, it is not glutinous or rough. This grain is high in fiber and has a deep, nutty taste. The deep color of black forbidden rice, and the deep purple color when cooked, suggests the presence of phytonutrients. It has a relatively high mineral content (including iron) and, like most rice, supplies several important amino acids.”
The black rice , as dates, is especially good for girls – help with the blood circulation, make your face glow (it does!!) that’s why it is an irreplaceable ingredients in my Grain milk.
Aren’t they perfect in line with the idea of “whole grain diet” ???? if you are not a big carb eater for lunch or dinner , incorporate some grains in your breakfast milk would be a wonderful idea.
Also, I’ll try to make some almond milk, cashew milk, peanuts milk, etc later 😀
Soak them overnight, and rinse them really well. Then, put them in the soymilk maker:
You could “sweeten the deal” with some dark chocolate , as I did , irresistably.
Plug in, then 20 minutes later, the grain milk is here.
The color is nicely purpled because of the black rice and black bean. So now is all about your creativity !!!
so after filter out those bean “dregs”, you will left with some really nice purple , nutritious , thick Whole Grain Milk
So you are eating whole grains that extremely high in fiber, and just smell the ‘thick’ purple grain milk – you will fall in love with it the first time you try! it just taste so much better than the silk soymilk. I love its “dense” texture.
or , use it for your muffins :
By adding in : oatmeal, raisin, wheat bran, a bit flour, 1 egg, and grain milk. Bake them as the way you bake your muffins:
Have a wonderful day every one!