Place the almonds in a large bowl
Grab a large bowl and put 1 cup of plain, unsalted almonds in it. These almonds are also called sweet almonds. You are now required to pour three cups of cold water in the bowl. Let the almonds soak for about 8 to 12 hours or overnight. This will make the almonds soft enough to be juiced. You can now drain the water and rinse the almonds nicely until the water runs clear.
Add more water
Add another three cups of water to the bowl of almonds. Use a 1 to 3 ratio of almonds to water if you are making a bigger batch.
Set up your juicer
You are now required to set up your juicer and turn it on. Begin to put almonds and water with the help of a spoon in the juicer carefully. Continue to add the almonds and water until the juice receptacle is full.
If your juicer does not extract pulp, you need to use a cheese cloth to strain the resulting almond milk.
Fill the jars and refrigerate
You can now fill the glass canning jars with almond milk and cover them nicely. It is recommended that you store the almond milk as soon as possible. Keep in mind that you can store fresh almond milk for about 2 to 3 days.