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Debbie J Bernhardt

July 7, 2021 11:45 am

Can you use oat milk in gluten free cooking? Which flour combination would be best for a cake?

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:24 am

Oat milk would be a great replacement in gluten free cooking. As for gluten free cakes, we have not done much testing on different flour options. We do suggest starting with the I’m Free perfect Flour as a base for your testing.

https://modernistpantry.com/products/im-free-perfect-gluten-free-baking-flour.html?_ga=2.133940039.838746330.1625840641-424984199.1614633791

Nice video! Oats are a good source of soluble fiber. There was no mention of whether straining out the solids affects the level of fiber in the final product. I’m always looking for sources for adding fiber to the diet, so it would be nice to know if fiber is part of the thickening process in this oat milk. Thanks!

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:28 am

Since you are straining out some of the solids, some of the fiber will be lost in the final product, however some of fiber will remain in the final product. Unfortunately we do not have the ability to accurately measure what remains.

Hi,
How long is the milk simmered?
Thanks

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:31 am

The mixture does not need to come up to a rolling boil, a light simmer will work the best. Let it simmer for about 2 minutes or has reached your desired thickness.

How could you use this oat milk in making an ice cream? Which percentage would you use?

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:33 am

We have not tested it ourselves but we believe this oat milk would work great in an ice cream. We suggest using it with Perfect Ice Cream because the oat milk has a high water content and may be prone to crystalize.

https://modernistpantry.com/products/perfect-ice-cream.html?_ga=2.230302677.838746330.1625840641-424984199.1614633791

Most commercial oat milks are made with similar methods. 🙂

I’m a huge fan of what you do. Thanks for posting!

John Sheffield

July 7, 2021 5:09 pm

My sister really likes Panna Cotta, but her doctor ha taken her off of dairy, So I think an Oat Milk Pana Cotta might be interesting.

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:37 am

We have a great panna cotta recipe that uses non-dairy milks, such as oat milk! Here’s the link:

https://blog.modernistpantry.com/recipes/plant-based-panna-cotta/

Carol Bradstreet

July 7, 2021 5:27 pm

Would this (amylase) work well with soy milk? I make my own, but after a day or two, there’s a residue that collects on the bottom.

Cheryl Dunham

July 7, 2021 9:26 pm

Can you use Amylase in making almond milk?

I am so excited to have discovered your web site..
I am saving up for some of your fascinating products and cant wait till i see your next video.
I would love to try everything. Thats the way i roll, so i will probably make everything (eventually) that you send me a video on.
Thank you so much for doing this.. lorraine,

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:39 am

Thanks Lorraine! Glad to have you join our lovely little culinary community!

I think it would be fun to try to make Hong Kong style egg tarts using oat milk condenced milk

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:40 am

Delicious!

How long is the oatmilk simmered?

Cole Whitney

July 9, 2021 10:45 am

The mixture does not need to come up to a rolling boil, a light simmer will work the best. Let it simmer for about 2 minutes or has reached your desired thickness.

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