It’s no secret that more and more people are looking to cut dairy out of their diets. Nutr, a new countertop gadget, is hoping to make the process of creating nut-based milk and other non-dairy beverages easier than ever before. The Nutr can create almond, oat, soy, or coconut milk in minutes, and it also has the ability to make plant-based “milk” from grains like quinoa and amaranth.
Nut milk and other non-dairy beverages offer several advantages. Nutr’s nut milk is much lower in calories than cow’s milk and contains no cholesterol, lactose, or animal proteins. Nutr’s non-dairy beverages also offer a great source of plant-based protein and fiber, making them an excellent choice for those looking to stay healthy.
How does Nutr work?
How does the Nutr milk maker work? It’s not complicated but let’s go over the steps. The process starts with the user adding just one scoop of their preferred nuts, seeds, or grains; whether it’s a single nut or a blend. Choose the ideal level of creaminess and quantity for your Nutr Machine by filling it with water between its minimum and maximum lines. Now, select the temperature of your preference (hot, warm, or room temp) and allow it to blend for a few minutes.
If you don’t wish to have pulp in your milk, simply pour it through the included strainer; otherwise, savor its wholesome flavor with all its nutritious fibers. You can try both variants to see what you enjoy most. After you’re done you can use Nutr’s self-cleaning feature and you only need to add water and dish soap and have it cleaned after another 90 seconds.
Not cheap but maybe you’ll save over time
While the Nutr costs around $169 on Amazon currently, it might make sense to invest in such a device if you regularly purchase these types of drinks. Not only will you save money in the long run, but you’ll also have the peace of mind of knowing that your milk is free from preservatives, refined sugars, and other additives that you may be trying to avoid.
YouTube: Meet Nutr – Make Plant-Based Milk in 3 Easy Steps
Photo credit: The feature image is symbolic and has been done by Artem Oleshko. All other media has been done by Nutr and is owned by them.