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Tiger nuts is very rich source of nutrients emphasizing vitamins C and E, and minerals as phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron ore, even more as starch, not saturated fats, proteins and some enzymes which help the digestion.
Tiger nuts drink contains more iron ore, magnesium and carbohydrates than the normal milk. It has also the advantage of neither containing any lactose, sugar or proteins of the milk, nor cholesterol.
That is the reason why experts consider it a nutritive and energetic product.
How to make tiger nut milk
One cup of tiger nuts (soaked for 24-48 hours)
A glass of water
Soak the tiger nuts in a bowl of water and cover the bowl with a cloth for 1-2 days.
Remove the cloth and transfer the nuts to a blender.
Add the spices and the sweetener of your choice to the blender.
Blend the nuts well until the mixture becomes thick and smooth.
Use a strainer, strain the tiger nut milk into a serving glass.
Your tiger nut milk is ready to drink.