Rice Milk Free PD Recipe

2013-04-10

If you have a high-speed blender and a ½ cup of raw rice, you are only a minute away from 3 beautiful white cups of clean, plant-based milk. Save yourself money, eliminate wasted packaging, and save trips to the store buying boxed plant-based milks which are often full of sugar, thickening agents and food additives.

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Comments (26)

  1. posted by Sue Ferguson on June 13, 2016

    I always rinse my rice well before cooking for meals. Do you not need to rinse the rice before making milk?

  2. posted by Jack Monzon on January 27, 2015

    Has anyone tried adding vanilla extract to this?

    • posted by Julie Marie on January 28, 2015

      You may also want to add a couple drops of stevia. Anytime extracts are used they need a sweetener to boost them and bring out their flavor.
      I typically use this milk in savory recipes so I haven’t tried adding vanilla.

  3. posted by Sara Taylor on August 31, 2014

    Can you do anything with the left over rice pulp? I hate to waste anything…

    • posted by Julie Marie on September 15, 2014

      Sara, I’m sure you could mix it into another recipe, just not sure how it would turn out. I haven’t experimented with it, YET! I am so pleased with the beautiful and cost saving clean milk the rice makes that I am ok with tossing it, but I will work on coming up with a use for it. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. posted by maria on March 18, 2014

    I went to make the frosty and realized I was completely out of soy milk. This was easy to make

  5. posted by La Brandt on December 4, 2013

    can you freeze this milk, and if so how long?

    • posted by Julie Marie on December 4, 2013

      I have never tried freezing it. It sounds like a great Idea! I usually try to use anything I’ve frozen with in 6 months.

  6. posted by Marie Cayuela on October 25, 2013

    I wonder if adding a little vanilla would help with the chalky, starchy taste?

    • posted by Tony Shapow on October 25, 2013

      That would work with cereal but not cream soups. I want to know if I did something wrong. You use raw brown rice correct? Blended with water and strained through a paint bag. No cooking?

      • posted by Julie Marie on October 26, 2013

        You did it correct, use dry uncooked brown rice. I think you might be squeezing the bag too hard. Allow it to naturally drip through. When the milk settles in the refrigerator it will form a glob in the bottom as most plant based milks do. Stir or shake it up and its good to go.

  7. posted by Tony Shapow on October 23, 2013

    Can you do anything to make it not taste chky and starchy?

    • posted by Julie Marie on October 26, 2013

      Don’t squeeze the strainer. Allow the liquid to drain through the bag with out force. Forcing it may have caused the powdered rice to slip through.

  8. posted by julee lockard on October 15, 2013

    Would a coffee filter work to strain milk or is it not porous enough?

    • posted by Julie Marie on October 17, 2013

      I think a coffee filter would be to fine and slow, but if you give it a try will you let us know? I don’t have any or I would test it out for you. I prefer a 1 gallon nylon paint strainer from the hardware store. They are only $2, washable, reusable and hold more of the ground rice than a coffee filter.

  9. posted by Janet Courtney on August 13, 2013

    can I use raw instant brown rice if I don’t have regular brown rice?

  10. posted by Julie Marie on July 17, 2013

    It should stay fresh for a week. Give it a good shake or stir. It tends to settle like all plant based milks.

  11. posted by Victoria Dollenmaier on July 10, 2013

    How long do you think this milk is good for in the refrigerator?

  12. posted by newhopeden on July 8, 2013

    Yup you couldn’t even tell a difference!

  13. posted by huclkengirl on July 6, 2013

    This is just another recipe that is awesome! I mean think about it, if its a tight week and you can’t afford soy milk then 1 cup of rice can make 4 cups of rice milk. This plan is awesome! I put this in my frosty tonight because I had a friend over who don’t do soy! The frostys were awesome!

  14. posted by Victoria Dollenmaier on June 30, 2013

    Just made this in my vitamix! Awesome! I love rice milk!

  15. posted by deskjockie on June 16, 2013

    Can it be made with cooked rice?

  16. posted by Tony Harshbarger on May 15, 2013

    Do you cook the rice first?

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