1. Soak raw almonds in water for a minimum of 8 hours.
2. Drain water from almonds and rinse thoroughly.
3. Place almonds in a food processor or high-speed blender along with 4 cups of water.
4. Blend nuts and water until smooth.
5. Pour liquid into a large bowl through a clean paint strainer bag or cheese cloth
6. Gently squeeze the pulp in the paint strainer bag to wring out the remaining almond milk.
7. Serve or keep refrigerated in a glass container.
If you want a sweet almond milk the soak little dates overnight along with the almonds and add vanilla extract while blending.
Do not throw away the pulp, store it in a container and freeze it, use it as almond flour for making cookies or cakes.
You can serve with maple syrup, cinnamon powder or anything you like.