FMTV - Brazil Nut Milk

Brazil Nut Milk

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Series: Plant-Based Nut Milks | Episode: 5 | Runtime: 01m 42s | Release date: 2017

This segment features: Rachel Morrow.

These are one of our favorite nuts! A tasty alternative to your usual nut milk!

Why It's So Good For You?

Although we love almond, we also love to mix it up! Brazil nut milk has quickly become a favorite of ours due to these nuts' unbelievably amazing nutrient profile. One of the richest sources of selenium in the food world, making them a great addition to your diet to help boost your immune system. They also contain a complete amino acid profile making them a great plant-based protein source.

Add this as a base to your smoothies, oatmeal, chia puddings or drink a glass on its own!

Featuring:
Rachel Morrow

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Lisa Tinning | 1 year, 4 months ago
Just wondering... which milk would be the closest to the dairy milk that I drink now? I want to have one similar, that comes from plants instead of animals.
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Karelle | FMTV | 1 year, 4 months ago
Hello Lisa. Sesame seeds are one the richest plant-based sources of calcium so you can definitely try the Creamy Sesame Milk from here https://www.fmtv.com/watch/creamy-sesame-milk. You may also find this article really helpful: https://www.foodmatters.com/recipe/5-plant-based-dairy-free-milk-recipes. <3 ~ Karelle
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Eithne Brew | 1 year, 9 months ago
Thanks for these videos. It would be useful if they included some information about the nutritional value of the different ingredients or the taste difference.
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 1 year, 9 months ago
Thanks for reaching out, Eithne! We really don't have the exact nutritional count as the program is designed to give you nutrient-dense options. Having said that, we've focused on nutrients, not number and included high-quality foods in appropriately sized portions :) Good luck with the program! ~ Jasmin
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Rocio Lobo | 2 years, 2 months ago
These are great milk options, never would have thought of all these seeds as milk source. Thank you!!!
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Kathleen Kohler Schwartz | 2 years, 3 months ago
I dry the leftover pulp to make raw breads, muffins, and cookies; or dry and create a muesli with fruit and nut mylk. Sooo, good.
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Eva Marot | 2 years, 3 months ago
Hi Kathleen, I would love to make it as well. Could you please send me a link for the recipe?Thank you
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Carol Downs | 2 years, 3 months ago
Do you have a use for the pulp, besides adding to the compost?
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Karelle | FMTV | 2 years, 3 months ago | Edited 2 years, 3 months ago
Hello Carol. You can mix pulp into baked goods like muffins, cakes, bread, dehydrated or baked cookies, and granola bars. These articles might be very helpful: http://www.foodmatters.com/recipe/raw-vegetable-juice-pulp-crackers-leftovers-put-to-good-use-recipe and http://www.foodmatters.com/article/10-delicious-ways-with-juice-pulp :) Enjoy! ~ Karelle
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Jacqueline Smart | 2 years, 3 months ago
Thank you for these videos, however, I agree about the discrepancies and fixing them. Also, the instructions when using a blender versus a juicer are not clear, for in some videos when using a juicer all items are added directly into the juicer, whereas at other times I notice that items are added to the milk that is in the container outside of the juicer. This makes me a little confused when trying to follow the instructions.
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