January 31, 2023 by Lazer Brody
This post is great for vegans as well and those who are lactose-intolerant. In addition, for those who seek a natural and effective fertility enhancer, this is just what you need:
Dates, especially those grown here in Israel, have magical qualities. If you know anyone with a fertility issue – man or woman – the following simple fertility enhancer is bound to help them. The tree-milk we’re about to prepare is based on Israel-grown Medjool dates and raw, non-toasted almonds. If you can get both from Israel, that’s optimal, but not an absolute must. You’ll enjoy this:
The Brody recipe is dummy-proof and easy to prepare. This will taste like bovine milk, with the same slight hint of sweetness like lactose in whole milk. All you need are the following three ingredients:
Soak the almonds overnight in a liter of cool water. The next morning, add the almonds with the water they soaked in and the dates to a blender, preferably with a high-speed capability and strong motor. Blend the ingredients at high-speed for 1.5-2 minutes. strain the mixture in a clean dish towel. Don’t discard the the pulp, for it’s a great additive to yogurt. At this point, you’ll have a wonderful basic almond milk that’s great in your coffee and non-dairy as well. For more sweetness, add another date.
Soak all the ingredients except for the honey and the ice cubes in a liter of cool water overnight. In the morning, put the water with the soaked almonds, dates, seeds and Gojis (optional) in high-speed blender and add the honey and ice cubes. Blend it all together at high speed for two minutes. Both husband and wife should drink at least 250 cc’s of the mixture (about 9 ounces) at morning and at early evening. The effects are remarkable.
The above Tree-Milk not only does wonders for fertility, but it enhances stamina as well. It has plenty of fiber, Vitamin E and zinc. It’s great also to drink about an hour before a strenuous resistance workout. It’s the real deal…
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The Torah describes the Land of Israel as a land “flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 13:5). Rashi explains that the honey the Torah is talking about is not that of the bees, but date honey, for ripe Land of Israel dates, especially the Medjool variety, are sweet as honey. If we are exacting in the Torah’s terminology of a land flowing with milk and honey – referring to the land and not the insects or animals – then we can interpret that the milk comes from the land as well. In other words, the Torah could be referring to something other than cow milk or goat milk. In the case of the almond, such a Torah interpretation is a perfect fit. That’s why we wrote this article in honor of Tu B’Shvat.
Our Almond milk is a highly nutritious alternative to cow milk, especially for those who suffer from lactose intolerance and therefore have difficulty digesting cow milk. It’s also perfect for vegans who avoid foods from animal sources. And, it’s parve, allowing you to drink your favorite coffee with milk after a meat meal.
Have a lovely Tu B’Shvat! (This year, Monday, Feb. 6, 2023).
Here’s your amazing opportunity to plant fruit trees in the Land of Israel.