I like chicken. I like to EAT em. Now I know I mentioned that it’s perfectly fine to eat beef (just get the low fat kind, remember?), but I’ve been eating so much chicken lately I might actually prefer these. And they’re white, and white=healthy. Or at least, it looks like it. But probably the best part is that usually, chicken breast is quite a bit cheaper than low fat beef. Even the good kind. I use the hand-trimmed individually-packaged frozen chicken breasts from Costco which are about $2.70 per pound.
Let’s get this out of the way: Yes, almonds can be milked. Not like cows. But by SCIENCE. By the end of the process, without really doing anything, the final product looks like milk. A strange Phenomenon.
Anyway, there’s a couple of things you need. If you read the Things to Buy post, you’ll know that I mentioned getting a Vitamix. If you don’t have one, a different, not as good high-powered blender will work, but you’ll need one that’s pretty powerful to chop the almonds.
All right, so this one is pretty simple.