- After a few hours sitting in the fridge, the almond milk will separate and the heavier parts will sink to the bottom. This happens naturally because there are no additives or emulsifiers added. Simply shake your container a few times before using. :)
- If you have leftovers after a few days, freeze the almond milk in an ice cube tray and add them to smoothies!
- If you want a creamier almond milk, try adding less water. For a thinner milk, add more water. Play with the ratio until it's right for you.
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