The Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center has created this instructional video on how to make a diabetic friendly millet breakfast cereal. You will need almonds, cinnamon, shredded coconut, and hemp seed. You can make your own milk out of the almonds, coconut, or hemp or you can purchase almond milk. Place one cup of millet of two cups of water in a pot and heat it up on the stove. It will take about 15 minutes for the millet to cook. To make the almond milk, soak the almonds for 24 hours prior. Place almonds and water in the blender using a four to one ratio. Start the blender on low and gradually increase the speed. Blend it for about a minute and a half. Strain the pulp out. Add a little pinch of salt. If you want to sweeten it a little you can add stevia or xylitol. Pour your almond milk onto your millet. You can add nutmeg, cinnamon, lemon or orange zest. You are now ready for a delicious breakfast.
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