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ElaineP
Tuesday, November 22, 2011, 8:22am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have been soaking 1 quart of brown basmati rice in 1/2 gallon of good-quality water for 32 hours.  I then drain out all of the soaking water.  Don't use the soaking water.  I've been blending the soaked rice with fresh good-quality water, in either a Vita-mix or a blender.  I blend for a total of 10 minutes, but not consecutive, so as to not strain the motor.  I've strained out the rice mush with a fine-mesh strainer.  So far all has been going well with this.  I get a total of 6 quarts of rice milk from this.  
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Sounds good, I do this with almonds but will have to try this with rice for a change


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Thanks for this posting. I must try this. Would be good to use in baking as well. I soak my oat bran/amaranth for breakfast the night before and put a bit of kombucha in it and then strain the next morning before cooking. A lot of starch gets strained out as well and all of this makes it highly digestible. I am having no problems with grains digestion this way.

I want to start making granola and it would be nice to have the rice milk.
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cook or steam the rice before processing....discard the soaking water before cooking......easier on your digestive tract


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I already have a recipe for cooked rice milk in the recipe base. I'm happy with it, so I'm sticking with it. It's interesting to see another approach, though, and I do wonder if this method results in something more like commercial rice milk. I have a cheap blender and wont' attempt this until I can invest in something more powerful.


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Further Update:  The Vita-mix requires only two minutes of blending, not ten.    
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I usually make the cooked basmati wholegrain rice version and am delighted that ElaineP has a raw rice recipe as I was wondering how it would work! So I´m going to soak the rice straightaway, can´t wait to try it...I am curious if the cooked one is more digestible...I´ll soon find out  


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Although not a raw rice milk, i soak my rice for 24 hours then let it germinate for 24 hours then lacto-ferment in for a further 24 hours with a previous rice atarter, before cooking it for 3 hours.

that is apparently the best way to remove all the phytic acid from the rice.

I then blend it in portions adding water and a pince of salt.

any rice milk to be drunk get a few drops of vanilla (avoid)

my current favourite is adding a couple of banana to the mix and a drop of lemon for a banana milk shake.

zero skin reactions from Emily so something is right .

eating less almond milk as it's gone from a neutral to an avoid for all of us after updating all out measurement on swami.


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Really good article on making rice milk....really horrible to learn that buying Rice Dream supports
Monsanto....Yikes!

http://www.veganreader.com/2009/05/17/how-to-make-rice-milk-and-stop-supporting-rice-dream/


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Thanks for the link, Chloe. I don't drink/eat many processed foods anymore, mostly because I'm off sugar, other added sweeteners, and gums, but it's good to be "aware".


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