Modest Mylk’s concentrated nut mylk bases allow you to make healthy homemade nut mylk in 60 seconds using just a scoop of the base, water and a blender. No more soaking/straining nuts! Now it’s easier than ever to make healthy, delicious, eco-friendly, and affordable non-dairy milk.
About This Brand
Many people try to live dairy-free, but it's not always easy: It seems milk and its derivatives are in just about every product in the grocery store. But in recent years, nut "milk" has grown more popular - and widely available.
However, if you buy these products at the store, they can be quite expensive. If you're looking for a new option, Modest Mylk is here for you. These DIY nut mylks help...
(100% Organic) cashews, coconut oil, arrowroot flour, Himalayan pink salt
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Serving Size: 1.5 tsp (8g)
Servings Per Container:42
Amount per serving
% daily value
Made in facility that may contain traces of peanuts. Produced in a facility that also processes other tree nuts.
111 Members have left reviews!
An interesting option
Posted by Storm from SUN CITY, Arizona
My favorite use for this is for cooking my morning hot muesli. It adds interesting flavor and a richness that makes a simple dish spectacular.
Posted by Teresa from ESTES PARK, Colorado
So convenient and tastes great.
Posted by Paige from MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota
It blends well and is okay in a recipe, but on its own it tastes and smells a bit chemically
This is Better for Making Vegan Sauces
Posted by A from Westland, Michigan
When blending this using the recommended amount of mylk base, the result is thinner than what most people are used too. If the amount of mylk base is increased, it is somewhat thicker but more sediment results. The sediment doesn't bother us because it is similar to when we make our own mylk from cashews and water in a blender; even after straining homemade mylk there is sediment and separation. Overall, using this to make mylk is good in a pinch, but it is not as tasty as homemade or store bought. This mylk was good in smoothies and coffee. Since it requires more of the base to reach a thickness most will like, the cost savings will not be as much as stated on the jar. If you try this and don't like it as a mylk, - DON'T THROW IT AWAY - use it to make vegan sauces! We found that this makes a great base for vegan Alfredo sauce or any other creamy type of sauce! We make a vegan cheesy quinoa dish and this was ahhmazing in it!
Cook quinoa (then strain out the water), mix in mylk base to quinoa until it is desired creamyness, add salt, pepper, nutritional yeast, + any veggies or other add-ins (hemp seeds are great)......yum! Since many creamy vegan sauces call for blended up cashews and this cuts out steps and time for that, this flexibility for using it in sauces is why I give it 5 stars!
Not worth it
Posted by Tara from DENVER, Colorado
We have never tried this but thought it would be a great pantry solution. It tastes like wax though it contains none. Maybe it's rancid? We won't buy this again.
Posted by Jessica from HUNTINGTON BEACH, California
I ordered this a year or so ago and thought it was great. Blended well, nice to have around since it keeps so well. My most recent jar that says it expired May 2021 tastes like soap! I just opened it last weekend and made a slightly sweet milk to go in a white Russian. With all those other flavors it wasn't so noticeable but when I tasted the milk straight it was awful. Then I tried the straight cashew base and I don't know if it's turned or what but had a funky soapy flavor. Can't decide whether to try again.
Tastes like sour milk
Posted by Stephanie from QUINCY, Massachusetts
This really tastes like cow’s milk that has gone off. Haven’t had any problem with blending it to a nice consistency. Have been able to use it in mashed potatoes where the flavor is masked but very disappointed with this product. I like the coconut version from this brand and love the sustainability concept but this just tastes disgusting.
Don’t like it
Posted by Jennifer from Chicago, Illinois
Comes out watery, not like a ‘milk’ at all. Probably try with less water next time. Doesn’t take like pre-made plant milks.
Posted by Maureen from La Mesa, California
It had such a weird rancid, baby food smell and taste. Such a waste.
Rancid nut flavor
Posted by Aaron from LOS ANGELES, California
I'm sensitive to the flavor of coconut, nuts, or avocado that is "on the edge" -- I HATE that subtle rancid flavor, that some people seem to not notice at all. This stuff is mostly that flavor, plus a sort of weird chalky texture. Bummer!