I would just like to point out how ridiculously easy it is to make your own nut/seed milk. I had seen people suggesting to make your own because you never know what ingredients are in the packaged kinds, but little did I know that it takes aboutt ten minutes to make a half gallon of seed milk. I made pumpkin seed milk with a recipe from Sandor Katz’s “Wild Fermentation.”
2 c pumpkin seeds (or any type of seed or nut; almonds need to be boiled briefly then have their skins removed)
-Place seeds/nuts in a blender and blend into a fine meal.
-add 1/2 c water and blend into a paste
-add 3 c more water and blend
-strain with cheesecloth into separate bowl to get little bits of seed out. —-> I chose not to strain mine because the result was so creamy and thick, which was exactly what I was aiming for. You can also choose to add more or less water to reach your desired milk consistency.
This is much cheaper, more delicious, healthier, and you don’t waste all the packaging you would otherwise accumulate from buying cartons and cartons of milk from the store.