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alikaprincess | Jul 26, 201609:39 AM     1

I make my own nutmilks at home but I'm no expert. I just blend up nuts and water and use cashews because I'm too lazy to strain anything. I had a weck rubber seal glass carafe that I keep it in and usually finish the glass in about 1-2 weeks, but I've noticed online now most people saying homemade milks only last 2-5 days?! It's usually fine when I have it over a week later but I recently went out of town and don't remember EXACTLY when I made this batch and so I have some milk now that smells like eggs :( but tastes fine? (I just dipped a finger) and isnt chunky at all. I hate wasting. Should I drink it or just pour it out? I'm pretty sure its over 2 weeks old and that smell is really unpleasant but it looks/tastes fine. IDK Is it ok to drink stinky nutmilk? I mean its just nuts and water so.... Let me know.

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