homemade almond milk. I found out an easier way to strain the pulp and I thought I'd share.
I was trying to figure out if it was really worth it do make my own almond milk. I saved by just buying the almonds but then I had to buy cheesecloth, which you can really reuse and it's not exactly cheap. So I googled cheesecloth alternatives and clicked on this link. What a genius idea! So I went out and bought some Gerber burp cloths and it worked perfectly. It also helped that I strained it into my larger pyrex measuring cup with a wide opening. I saved my pulp again and will try out a new recipe, I'm just not sure what I would like to use it for yet.
Just an FYI - I prefer making it with the 1 cup soaked almonds:4 cups water ratio. I make 2 batches and add 1 tablespoon of honey and 1 teaspoon of vanilla to one of the batches.