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Off Carte Shares Tips For Making Your Own Oat Milk

by: Well Made Clothes Staff | 6 months ago | Features

 

Staying home has prompted us to slow down over recent weeks, to experiment with new recipes, and to cook heirloom ones. But it has also required us to get a little resourceful at times. Like when the supermarket pasta is sold out, we make our own. And when our favourite bakery has temporarily closed its doors, we start our own sourdough starter.

Enter Off Carte – a recipe exchange community founded by Joel Mevissen of Westmont Pickles and our very own Rosie Dalton. On Instagram, Off Carte advocates for food as both comfort and nourishment, sharing recipes from chefs, designers and everyone in between.

But each week they are also sharing a recipe especially for Well Made Clothes. And this week, they offer their tips on homemaking your own oat milk. It is creamy and delicious in coffee, super easy to make, and much less expensive than ordering out.

Here’s how.

 


HOMEMADE OAT MILK

1. Add to blender one cup organic oats and 3 cups filtered water

2. Add a little sweetness with a date or a dash of maple syrup and some cinnamon

3. Blitz on high for 30-45 seconds

4. Strain through a fine mesh strainer

5. Then strain again using muslin cheesecloth (or similar fabric you have at home)


Enjoy with your morning coffee!  

 

Tip: You can make this recipe zero waste by saving your oat pulp and using it to make cookies

 

 

For more cooking inspiration, join the Off Carte Recipe Exchange

 

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