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In your instructions, you say “Add a pinch of salt, 800 ml of room temperature. ”
I read that twice, then went back to the ingredients to find that the *800 ml’ was water!
I didn’t realize you can get “milk” from a nut. I thought the FDA and CFIA have a clear definition of what “milk” is.
“Milk” means a normal lacteal secretion obtained from the mammary gland of a dairy animal.
The title is misleading and the word “milk” should be removed.