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  • KauaiK (1668 posts)
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    Almond Milk….snicker..giggle……HAHAHAHA

    NVBirdlady, area woman, beemerphill and 10 othersBabel 17, Peacebird, HubHeaver, NV Wino, so far from heaven, KarenS, Pacco Fransisco, Enthusiast, Haikugal, Doremus Jessup like this

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  • Pacco Fransisco (2672 posts)
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    1. Yer bad

    I am L0oniX  Fuck David and his pin head DLC 3rd way herd of goats
    • so far from heaven (4728 posts)
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      2. Very bad.

      "When you're in jail, a good friend will be trying to bail you out. A best friend will be in the cell next to you saying, 'Damn, that was fun.'"   -Groucho Marx
  • Silver Witch (2339 posts)
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    3. Ohhh shoot I can't see it!!!

    Do not meddle in the affairs of Dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup!
    • KauaiK (1668 posts)
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      4. It says:

      I’ll bet the reason it’s called “Almond Milk” is because no one could ever say “Nut Juice” and keep a straight face.

      How are you SW?  Happy New Year

      It's beginning to look a lot like fuck this.  

      • Silver Witch (2339 posts)
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        6. Ohhh that is funny.

        I am good and I hope the New Year is good to you  too KauaiK!!!

        Do not meddle in the affairs of Dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup!
  • LiberalElite (3171 posts)
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    5. IMO calling it "nut juice" might hurt sales… eom

    I feel much better since I've given up hope
  • Gryneos (921 posts)
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    7. "Seed milk" is also used.

    What’s interesting is that nut and seed milks have been used for centuries. It’s not a modern invention :)

    Here, have a look at this from Harold McGee’s book “On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen.” (I had transcribed the following for another online use where people were upset that vegetarians were calling nut juice “milk” ;) )

    “In medieval Europe, which learned about them from the Arabs, almond milks and creams were both luxurious ingredients and dairy substitutes for fasting days. Today, the most common seed milk is made from coconuts, but it can be made from any oil-rich nut and from soybeans.

    “Modern cooks can use nut milks to make rich and delicious ices, and to enrich sauces and soups. Thanks to the tendency of the nut proteins to coagulate, cooks can thicken nut milks with acid into the equivalent of yogurt, and cook them into a cross between a pudding and a custard. Almonds with their high protein content produce the most easily thickened milk. Other nut milks can be boiled to coagulate the proteins into curds, then the curds can be drained of excess fluid, blended until smooth, and heated gently to thicken them further. To impart more flavor to the milk, a small fraction of the nuts can be roasted before grinding.”

    Almond Milk and Cream in Medieval Times
    Blancmange
    Take capons and seeth them, then take them up. Take blanched almonds, grind them, and mix them with the same broth. Cast this milk in a pot. Wash rice, and add, and let it seeth. Then take brawn of capons, tear it small and add. Take lard, sugar and salt, and cast therein. Let it seeth. Then assemble it and decorate it with aniseed confected white or red, and with fried almonds, and serve it forth.
    –The Forme of Cury, ca. 1390

    Cream of Almond Milk
    Take almond milk, and boil it, and when it is boiled take it from the fire, and sprinkle on a little vinegar. Then spread it on a cloth, and cast sugar on it, and when it is cold gather it together, and leche [slice] it in dishes, and serve it forth.
    –From a medieval manuscript, published in R. Warner, Antiquities Culinariae, 1791

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  • Babel 17 (1826 posts)
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    8. From Schweddy?

    The proud purveyor of Schweddy Balls?

    Nothing goes better with a mouthful of Schweddy Balls than a big swallow of Schweddy Nut Juice.

    https://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/nprs-delicious-dish—schweddy-balls/n11184?snl=1

    Colonel Angus approved!

    http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/colonel-angus-comes-home/n11685?snl=1

     

    • NVBirdlady (3275 posts)
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      12. I love those scenes!

      I stand with the protesters at Standing Rock. This is the fight of our lifetime.
  • hollys mom (283 posts)
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    9. I wondered how little their hands must be to milk an almond.

    • KauaiK (1668 posts)
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      10. HAHAHA Not a good visual!!

      It's beginning to look a lot like fuck this.  

  • GZeusH (805 posts)
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    11. Almond Milk

    comes from Almond titties.

    • elias39 (1876 posts)
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      13. There was this girl I dated way back in college

      lalalalalalala/. It was fantastic

      “Name, no, nothing is nameable, tell, no, nothing can be told, what then, I don't know, I shouldn't have begun.” ― Samuel Beckett, Stories and Texts for Nothing