Think You Know Almond Milk? Think Again: With New Recipes From Julie Resnick And The Feedfeed That Will Change The Way You Use Almond Milk – In All Ways!
Submit original almond milk recipes to @thefeedfeed on Instagram with #almondmilkallways for the chance to win a monthly prize and a recipe feature on Feedfeed’s channels
The Almond Board of California is partnering with Julie Resnick – founder of the media company Feedfeed and the popular @thefeedfeed Instagram community – to share new ways to use almond milk in a variety of versatile recipes through photos and videos on Instagram. To participate, follow @thefeedfeed and @CaliforniaAlmonds, and share your almond milk recipe by tagging @thefeedfeed and @CaliforniaAlmonds with the hashtag #almondmilkallways. Almond milk is used most often with smoothies, coffee and cereal, though it’s versatility means it can be added to almost any recipe like sauces and soups, and puddings, frozen desserts and more. From savory to sweet foods and baked goods, almond milk provides guilt-free creamy texture and appealing flavor for almost any recipe. Julie will share a series of unique, custom almond milk recipes on Feedfeed’s Instagram and website, encouraging the Feedfeed community to create and share their own almond milk recipes as well. One participant will be selected each month to receive a culinary-inspired prize and the chance to have their recipe featured on Feedfeed’s Instagram channels.
“I see first-hand the creative recipe content that is shared each day across the Feedfeed community on #feedfeed, and I am so excited to see all of the ways that almond milk will be used over the next year by the Feedfeed Community in new recipes,” said Resnick. “Almond milk is a versatile ingredient that so many people already have in their refrigerator, making it readily accessible and easy to cook with. The team at The Feedfeed has had a lot of fun formulating our own almond milk recipes based on what our community is most interested in, which we hope inspires our followers to incorporate it into dishes they already enjoy, like savory skillet casseroles, noodle bowls, and even cookies and pancakes.”
Julie Resnick launched @thefeedfeed’s Instagram community to provide cooking inspiration, recipes and help connect people she saw creating great content on Instagram and other social media networks. As Julie explained, “We wanted to provide a place that could be a source of inspiration for the average cook, searchable by ingredient, cooking style, or meal type; but which was also a living and breathing community, providing a lens into kitchens around the world, changing with the seasons, and hopefully inspiring people to cook more and to use more local and seasonal products.”
Now, with one of the most highly engaged communities on Instagram, Feedfeed’s global reach spans over two million followers across its eight channels, with 1.4 million followers on the main account, @thefeedfeed. Feedfeed also offers sub-channels focused on vegan, gluten-free and chocolate-based recipes, inspiration for baking and cocktail recipes, and a channel dedicated to recipe videos. Additionally, #feedfeed is one of the most widely used hashtags for home cooking on Instagram, having been tagged over 11 million times with nearly 20k posts submitted daily by people around the world.
Almond milk is a low-carbohydrate and low-sugar option, with unsweetened varieties offering as few as 30 calories and zero grams of sugar. With no saturated fat or cholesterol, almond milk is a fit for many diets and dietary restrictions and can be swapped for dairy in recipes for those seeking an alternative.
The Almond Board’s partnership with Julie Resnick and @thefeedfeed follows a successful almond milk crowdsourced recipe campaign hosted by California almonds. To view the most popular, winning recipes with almond milk, along with other almond milk recipes for inspiration, visit http://www.almonds.com/consumers/almond-milk.
About California Almonds
Almonds from California are a healthy, natural, wholesome and quality food. The Almond Board of California promotes almonds through its research-based approach to all aspects of marketing, farming and production on behalf of the more than 6,500 almond growers and processors in California, many of whom are multi-generational family operations. Established in 1950 and based in Modesto, California, the Almond Board of California is a non-profit organization that administers a grower-enacted Federal Marketing Order under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture. For more information on the Almond Board of California or almonds, visit Almonds.com or check out California Almonds on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the California Almonds blog.