How do you make “mylk”?

Simply blend the base with water for 1 minute to make your plant-based mylk at home.

Dosage recommendations are on the label and we recommend 30g-40g of base per litre of water. If it’s your first time using the product, we recommend starting with 40g of base.

For best results, use a high-speed blender such as a NutriBullet or similar.

Here’s a quick 16 sec “how-to” video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0aUJt_67UQ

What flavours are there and what are the most popular?

There are 4 delicious, all-natural flavours:

  • Nut Mylk Base (blend of cashews, almonds and macadamia nuts)
  • Almond Mylk Base
  • Hazelnut Mylk Base
  • Hemp Mylk Base

The Nut Mylk Base and Almond Mylk Base are the most popular flavours. For first-timers, we may recommend the Nut Mylk Base due to its neutral flavour profile and unique, creamy blend of cashews, almonds and macadamias.

Hazelnut Mylk Base is perfect for anything on the sweeter side like smoothies, porridges and baking; and it’s amazing with anything cacao-related!

Hemp Mylk Base has an earthy flavour and is the only nut-free option, plus it’s the most sustainable out of all flavours.

How best should I store my Mylk Base jar?

Unopened, store your Mylk Base in the pantry and your jar will have a BB date of approx. 12-18 months.

Once opened, store your Mylk Base in the fridge or a cool, dry place such as the pantry. Once you’ve opened your jar, use within 3 months. Your Mylk Base can last longer than 3 months if stored correctly and always used with a clean, dry spoon.

How long does the mylk, once made, last for?

Approx. 4-5 days. Store in the fridge and shake before pouring as natural separation may occur.

I don't want to make 1 litre of mylk, can I make less?

You can definitely whip up 500ml or even less, that’s the beauty of it! You are not only combating cartons going into landfill, but also reducing your food waste!

Should I shake my mylk before pouring?

Always give your mylk a good shake before use. Separation is normal because there are no emulsifiers, additives or gums; only clean and natural plant-based mylk!

Once the jar is opened, how long will it last?

Once you’ve opened your jar, use within 3 months and store in the fridge or a cool, dry place. Your Mylk Base can last longer than 3 months if stored correctly and always used with a clean, dry spoon.

How can I tell if my mylk has gone bad?

It is perfectly normal for the contents of the mylk to settle which is why we recommend to give the jar/bottle a good shake before pouring.  If, however, your mylk is no longer white, smells a bit funny or has gone a little slimy, then it’s time to chuck it and make a fresh batch.

Can the mylk be heated?

Yes, our mylks are safe to heat and cook with! If you’re using our mylks in your tea or coffee, try to keep the temperature of the mylk similar to your coffee or tea when pouring to prevent splitting as the mylk is homemade and has no emulsifiers, gums or thickeners.

Can I freeze my Mylk Base?

Although freezing does not affect the safety or nutritional content, we do not recommend it as the texture can change once thawed.

What is arrowroot?

Arrowroot is a starch that comes from plants and is a much better option in cooking than corn starch which can come from genetically modified sources. Not only does arrowroot make our Mylk Bases thick and creamy, it also possesses some great health benefits. Arrowroot is the highest in protein out of all starches and flours. It is also high in zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and fibre. It may help balance pH levels, improve circulation, assist in lowering cholesterol and increase satiety which may help in weight management.

What is mesquite?

Mesquite is high in minerals and has a low glycemic index (GI). Mesquite is basically the whole pods ground up, so it is naturally high in fibre too. It fills you up, balances your blood sugars and has a delicious creamy caramel flavour.

How much calcium is in each Mylk Base?

5mg per every 250ml of made mylk.

How do you make the DIY Condiments?

You need a stick blender or electric whisk – anything with a small base as you’re only making a small amount of sauce. The trick is to first blend the powder with a small amount of water and then slowly add in the oil. Keep slowly adding in your oil until you get a creamy consistency. This helps to emulsify the sauce and will take a few minutes.

Refer to your label for water & oil dosages, depending on how much sauce you are making.

What oil is best for DIY Condiments?

The beauty about our DIY Condiments range is that the choice is completely up to you! However, we do recommend finding a good quality sunflower oil due to the neutral flavour it has but you can also try rice bran oil or very extra light virgin olive oil if that’s preferred!

How do I store my DIY Condiments jar?

Store in the pantry – unopened and once opened. See the bottom of the jar for your BB date. Always ensure the lid is tightly closed to prevent air/moisture from getting in and always use a clean, dry spoon to protect the shelf life of your jar.

Once blended, how long do the DIY Condiments last for?

Store in the fridge and consume within 5-7 days.

What appliance should I use for DIY Condiments?

A stick blender or electric whisk works best. You’re only making a small amount of sauce at a time so you need a blender with a small base. This will allow you to blend and emulsify the ingredients easily.

The key is to slowly add in the oil, bit by bit, until your creamy sauce forms. For this reason, a Nutribullet or similar usually doesn’t work best.

Are all ingredients in your products certified organic?

The * noted next to each ingredient indicates it is Australian Certified Organic.

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