Our Mylk Base jars are fine stored in the pantry, however we recommend to use within 3 months if so. However, to meet the best before date, or you live in a very warm/tropical climate, we advise to store it in the fridge. Do note that storing the jar in the fridge can make the contents harden which can make blending the milk a bit of a challenge if you do not have a high powered blender. If this is the case, then storing it in the pantry to keep it softer is totally ok. Once you have made your milk, pop it in the fridge as it is best served chilled when it has had to time to thicken up.
Approx. 3-4 days, shaking before pouring as natural separation may occur.
Of course! The beauty of this product is that you can make what you need, when you need. If you know you only use 500ml of milk in a few days, then just adjust the quantity of your Mylk Base to the amount of water.
Always give your milk a good shake before use. Separation is normal because we don’t use emulsifiers in our product.
Each jar has a best before date listed on the jar, please refer to this. This is a guide only due to the fact that each person using our Mylk Bases will store and keep their jar differently. For example, keeping the lid off the jar for long periods of time, or storing your jar in the pantry when living in a warm and/or tropical climate, all may reduce the longevity of the product. To reduce the risk of contamination, we do advise to consume the jar within 3 months of opening.
It is perfectly normal for the contents of the milk to settle which is why we recommend to give the jar/bottle a good shake before pouring. If, however, your milk 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.
Yes, our milks are safe to heat and cook with and are perfect for baking and making desserts!
The * noted next to each ingredient indicates it is Australian Certified Organic.
Although freezing does not affect the safety or nutritional content we do not recommend it as the texture can change once thawed.
Arrowroot comes from plants. It is a starch and is a much better option in cooking than corn starch which can come from genetically modified sources. Not only does arrowroot make our Nut Mylk Base 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 and phosphorus and fibre. It may help balance pH levels, improve circulation, assist in lowering cholesterol and increase satiety which may help in weight management. [/expand]
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 we thought this was a great addition![/expand]
The beauty about our DIY Condiments is that the choice is completely up to you! However we do recommend finding a good quality sunflower oil due to the neutral taste is has but there is nothing wrong with an extra light virgin olive oil if that’s preferred!
Good things take time 🙂 but it shouldn’t take much longer than a minute or so. Pouring oil slowly is the key to making thick, creamy condiments so take your time.
Any blender will do but a stick blender is by far our favourite choice. Because you’re required to slowly pour in the oil we’ve found that in a nutribullet, because you don’t have this option, you won’t get the best outcome.
You most certainly can, you will need to use a stick blender though if choosing to make less. Just adjust the serves accordingly.
Due to the already massive savings on the Mylk Bundle ($19.80!), a discount code will not work. Discount codes only work for non sale items.
Great question and one we love answering! They are made from 100% compostable material meaning you can just place it in your comport or home rubbish bin.
We’ve created Cocoa Dust to be a healthy, plant based alternative to Milo but by using real ingredients. We tried long and hard to replicate the crunch but through nuts, seeds and grains. We use malted barley extract which is the key ingredient to tasting like Milo.
Unfortunately due to the malt extract it is not gluten free.