Paul and Cori

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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Homemade rice milk

After my huffy post about sunflower oil in rice milk, my sister asked if it's possible to make rice milk. I had never even thought about this possibility before, but lo and behold, it is not only possible, but easy! 

Cooked rice and filtered water in a blender. That's it! It tastes like it sounds-rice water, but as my plan is to use it mostly for cooking, I think it will be perfect. And you could add flavor by adding vanilla or chocolate syrup before drinking. 

1 cup cooked brown rice. 

4 cups filtered water
I added the water about a cup at a time so it wouldn't sploosh out the top of the blender. 

Blend! For 1-2 minutes until smooth. 

This makes 1 quart of milk. Shake before using, it really separates. 

Voila! Rice milk.

To test this rice milk, I decided to make a pumpkin pie! I love pumpkin pie. And winter spices in general. So... What's next? Rice milk tester, pumpkin pie. 


  1. Great idea! I'm going to start making my own coconut milk!

  2. I can't wait to hear how the pie turns out!!