How to make your own canary seed milk (recipe included) How to make your own canary seed milk (recipe included)

How to make your own canary seed milk (recipe included)

If you want to taste a different flavor and non-dairy milk, this is your chance. Find out how to prepare it!

Canary seed, a cereal grain crop previously used as feed for caged and wild birds, was approved for human consumption. Vegetable milk has long gained ground both in home refrigerators and in supermarkets. They represent a healthier option than dairy milk and are a good alternative for those who are lactose intolerant or plant-based.

Why you should try this option
Although the best-known plant-based milk options are almond, cashew or coconut, there are many more seeds or fruits that can become delicious plant-based milk. Canary grass is one of them.

When it's grown for human consumption, the canary seed has amazing health benefits.

Nutritional facts
From a nutritional point of view, the best milk comes from canary seeds. It has all the essential amino acids to form a complete protein and it helps to burn fat. In addition, various studies claim that it helps delay aging thanks to its enzymes and antioxidants. Speeds up metabolism and helps improve digestion. Due to its diuretic properties, it benefits the kidneys and prevents infections in the area. Its vegetable proteins help burn fat and prevent obesity and cellulite.

Make your own canary seed milk

The benefits of canary seed milk are amazing: it helps maintain a balanced weight.

What do you need?


  1. Wash the seeds with alcohol vinegar.
  2. Soak the seeds in water and leave them overnight.
  3. Strain and rinse.
  4. Add the boiled water.
  5. Once the preparation is cold, blend the seeds for a few minutes, and then blend with a bag or metal strainer.
  6. Store the milk in the refrigerator and consume it within 2-3 days.

It’s not advisable to add sugar or fruit as their acids will destroy the enzymes in the canary seed.

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