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Fruit Milk!?

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There’s a new dairy alternative in town, and it’s not nut, soy, or seed based.

I’m pleased to introduce you to banana milk, the newest vegan DIY milk! It’s high in potassium and vitamin B6, and is a simple way to get a refreshing fix. The only fruit-based milk we’ve heard of, drinkers may find it more easily digestible than it’s nut and grain counterparts.

Have I spiked your curiosity? Grab a blender, toss in one frozen banana, one cup of water, a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon, and a pinch of salt. Blend until smooth, and see how it stacks up to your current carton favourites. You can even get a little creative, adding cocoa powder, vanilla or oats, for more dessert like options.

When it comes to cost, there’s no denying that bananas are less bank breaking than almonds. And with bananas already a staple for vegans, fitness fanatics, and peanut butter sandwich fiends alike, this banana milk is sure to be a hit. Don’t knock it ‘till you try it – this totally “bananas” idea is grabbing attention for all the right reasons.

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