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"Lost" Star Jorge Garcia Makes His Own Almond Milk

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It looks like Hurley learned a few things after spending all that time on The Island. “Lost” star Jorge Garcia has revealed his formula for his homemade almond milk, and it’s pretty simple: it’s almonds and water.

“Having given up dairy not too long ago I couldn’t help but notice how many ingredients were actually in my store bought almond milk,” noted Garcia on his blog. Garcia wanted to change the way he ate, and that included less processed food. But as some of you who buy almond milk may know, the store-bought stuff can have a lot of extra junk in it.

Garcia’s character Hurley may have owned a fried chicken franchise on “Lost,” but in real life he’s appalled at the inhumane treatment of animals that are raised for slaughter. So much so, in fact, that Garcia has been a vegetarian since last year. It’s great to see Garcia giving up dairy too…he might be totally vegan now!

If you’re interested in Garcia’s simple yet effective recipe for all-natural homemade almond milk, check out his blog post for the details (complete with photos, because that’s how Hurley rolls). Meanwhile, we’ll be here thinking about how much we love Hurley.

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