7 oz cooked brown rice 1 oz agave nectar 32 oz water 1 tsp vanilla
In a blender, weigh cooked rice, agave nectar, and water. Remove from scale and add vanilla. Cover and blend on high until rice is pulverized. Store in a covered container in the refrigerator. Shake well before using.
Comments: Agave nectar is a liquid sweetener. You may substitute maple syrup or any other sweetener of your choice. Omit the vanilla when you need milk for a soup or savory sauce. This milk is very low in fat and has a consistency similar to to that of skim milk. If it is too thin for your taste, try the Rice-Cashew Milk recipe below.
Yield: 40 oz 1 serving = 5 oz ________________________________________ Calories per serving: 63 Fat: 0.3 g (4.8%) Protein: 0.9 g CHO: 13.9 g
current weight: 19.0 over
Fitness Minutes: (201,440) Posts: 19,459 5/1/13 10:13 A
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