You know I have been reading up on making our own almond milk as well in order to save some more money on my wife buying it at the store. I found some [url=Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/27659 ... z1nPTcVrlW
]information at Livestrong.com[/url] that reads, "One oz. of homemade almond milk provides 15 g of fat, compared to about 10 to 12 g for whole cow's milk. The fat in homemade almond milk is almost all mono- and polyunsaturated, which nutritionists say is the most healthy kinds of fat to eat.
" If I recall the nutritional information on the back of a store bought brand like Blue Diamond or Pacific Foods its about 25 calories from fat or 25 grams (about 4%). Still being homemade vs processed it must be better to drink.