If you've ever ventured into the world of non-dairy drinks, you are probably familiar with rice milk. This delicate alternative to cow's milk can cost a pretty penny so the folks at Serious Eats have a great guide to making your own.
Making rice milk is actually easier than you think. It involves toasting rice and soaking it over night in a mason jar. This is followed by a thorough spin in the blender the next day.
So what's the verdict on taste? The bloggers at Serious Eats had this to say: ''While similar to the commercial options, this DIY recipe is not an exact replica of what's on grocery store shelves. This homemade version tastes more like, well, rice.''
If you'd like to try your hand at making rice milk you can follow the step-by-step recipe by Molly Sheridan. We recommend you get the full lowdown on which rice is best and what flavorings to add before stepping into the kitchen.
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