Are you a lactose intolerant? Well, almond milk is not only lactose-free but is nutritious as well. It is one of the best alternatives for your choice of lactose-free milk. And certainly, if you are vegan or vegetarian, you will surely like it.
But what if you are caught up with a rush sale and ended up with too much stock of almond milk? What will you do? The first thing that will come up in your thoughts is freezing.
Can you freeze almond milk? If you are still a little bit hesitant or unsure about this process, let us dig more about it to be sure.
Almond milk is made out of almonds. It is a plant-based alternative to dairy products that we are used to drinking. Its process is toasting and grinding almond nuts before mixing it with filtered water. All are natural, with no artificial ingredients added.
Mostly, the vitamins and minerals that you get from this milk are natural from the almond itself. During the making process, some are already added. All the products I have seen in the grocery indicated that they are made from responsibly grown almonds and are GMO-free.
Almond milk is also the basic ingredient for the popular Badam milk in India.
I guess freezing is the nearest solution to the overstock problem. It would help you save time and be able to use up your almond milk in the next days to come.
I want to stress out. You can literally freeze this milk. Yet, when I search, why is it that manufacturers tend to disagree?
So, should we freeze it?
Here are what manufacturers say:
However, freezing does not have a negative impact on the nutritional worth or safety of the almond milk. Maybe this is the reason why you still find a lot of people tend to freeze their almond milk.
The negative recommendation of the manufacturer really does not have a big impact on the consumers. People prioritize in safety and nutrition nowadays. Taste and how it looks like follows!
Bottom line, it is up to each and everyone’s personal choice. Many have frozen their almond milk successfully.
Try this out!
To be honest, frozen almond milk really is not delicious. Forget about nutrition! I feel better to prioritize fresh almond milk for drinking. But I have some tricks that you may find useful if you decide to freeze them.
You won’t notice the taste of the milk if it is already mixed with other ingredients. At the same time, it still serves its purpose. Try to experiment with different brands of almond milk. You will be surprised to know that some freeze quick, some takes a long time.
A lot of people claims that they have been freezing almond milk frequently and found no problem with it. Freezing is a good option for those who makes their own almond milk at home since homemade milk has shorter shelf life than those that you can buy at stores.
Are you fond of frozen beverages? I know that kids love them. Ice drops, ice cubes, ice popsicles and ice candy are a few example of frozen beverages that are popular to beat the summer heat. I am sure, frozen almond milk would be a hit! No need to thaw at all!
So what do you think? It isn’t bad news after all. You can actually freeze almond milk and use it. Have you learned new ideas in this article? Try it and find out!
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