The NutraMilk can make milk from almost any type of nut, seed, grain, or legume: sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, oats, rice, almonds, pecans, hazelnuts, and more.
Yes. The NutraMilk is a versatile appliance that can create milks, butters, dips, spreads, smoothies, and other delicious treats in a few minutes. Nuts, seeds, legumes, and grains of almost any variety can be used in the NutraMilk to make sweet desserts or healthy afternoon snacks.
We recommend storing your fresh nut and seed milks and butters in a sealed container in your refrigerator. If stored correctly, these products will remain fresh for about 5-6 days.
Yes. Except for the base, all parts of the NutraMilk are dishwasher-safe (top rack recommended). All washable parts can also be cleaned by hand in warm, soapy water. To clean the base of your NutraMilk, wipe using a soft, damp cloth and a mild soap. You should not use hard chemicals or abrasives to clean your NutraMilk, as they may damage the appliance.
No. There is no need to soak nuts or seeds before adding them to your NutraMilk processor; simply add nuts and water, and the NutraMilk does all the work for you.
No. Soy milk needs to be heated after straining, and the NutraMilk does not have a heating element. However, you can use the NutraMilk to streamline the process of soaking, blending, and straining your soy beans.
The ratio of nuts to water is 2:8: two cups of nuts, to eight cups (or 2 litres) of water. Each cup of nuts yields approximately 4 cups of milk, depending on which type of nut you use.
Brewista recommends using room temperature or cool water with your NutraMilk, as using hot water could potentially damage your appliance.
No. The NutraMilk does not regulate temperature. To cool down your milk and butter, dispense into a separate container and then place into the fridge. The mixing container is not designed to be placed into the refrigerator.
No. The process of pasteurization requires sustained heating and rapid cooling. Since the NutraMilk does not regulate temperature, it cannot pasteurize the milk it produces.
Before being turned into milk, the NutraMilk makes the nuts into a butter. When water is added and blended to make a liquid, it is then filtered through a fine mesh filter within the Inner Filter to remove any lumps and to make it super smooth.
Making nut milk in the traditional way requires the nuts to be soaked in water overnight or at least for several hours before being blended together. Using a regular blender, even though the nuts have been soaked, the pulp is still left in the milk. The mixture must then be strained through a cheese cloth to remove the pulp – which can be a messy and time-consuming process. The NutraMilk makes the process of creating nut milk easier, faster, and hassle-free!