How to Make Flour from Nut Milk Pulp

To continue our nut milk series, I am going to show you how easy and simple it is to turn the leftover pulp from your nut milk into flour. It’s so easy it’s foolproof.

Before you move forward with the tutorial, CLICK HERE to learn how to make nut milk at home using the Almond Cow.

First, preheat your oven to 150˚F or the lowest temperature possible.

How to Make Flour From Nut Milk Pulp

Now, squeeze out most the excess milk from the nut milk pulp using cheesecloth or a nut milk bag

Transfer the pulp a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and scatter the pulp on the baking sheet in a single layer.

Then, transfer the baking sheet to the preheated oven and bake the pulp for 8 hours to completely dry out any leftover over liquid from the pulp.

This is what your pulp should look like at this point.

Transfer the dried almond pulp to a a food processor and pulse until it’s fine.

There you go! You have turned your leftover nut milk pulp into flour!

Transfer the four to a mason jar and attach a label to the jar. The flour will last 8months to a year.

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