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Has anyone changed to non dairy this year. I have recently changed my milk, not only does it taste delicious but it has a great use by date on it so I don’t need to keep going out.

eyeballkerry
23 days ago
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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana23 days ago

I've tried oat and rice milk and its ok on cereal but makes a horrible cup of tea. I've tried lots of alternative milks including almond, cashew, soya, coconut and possibly a few more and I still need to have a small amount of normal milk or lactofree milk for hot drinks.

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cocolgooh
cocolgooh23 days ago

I’m allergic to cows milk so I use non dairy milk often and have done for years. My personal favourite just for drinking as is, is Oatly, but I like Koko’s Dairy Free Super Milk a lot too. It’s more creamy like “real” milk. I’ve used it in a lot of things and it seems to work pretty well. It’s a coconut milk though, rather than Oat or Rice.

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Tk3
Tk322 days ago

Neither, I really enjoy having sugar free almond milk! So yummy

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RegularComper90
RegularComper9022 days ago

I am happy with standard cow's milk.

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angelik
angelik22 days ago

I have regular dairy milk. I've tried many of the alternatives over the years- oat, rice, almond, etc but I found the taste disappointing.

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lornaae
lornaae22 days ago

I switched to oat milk a few months ago and love it, I much prefer it and it helps that it's long life 🙂

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hspexy
hspexy22 days ago

I’ve tried both and I prefer oat to rice. Almond and cashew varieties are tastier, and coconut is always one of my faves

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RichardDoolin
RichardDoolin22 days ago

I regularly use rice dream in cereals and in teas and coffees. I think it is the nicest tasting one out there that seems to cope very well with being dumped in boiling hot coffee. Blending coconut and almond with rice milk is quite nice as well.

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NatalyKroxa
NatalyKroxa22 days ago

Almond and coconut ,perfect for me,I am using it for a porridge ,pancakes ,scrambled egg. But I am drinking coffee and tea without milk.

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ACR
ACR18 days ago

I do like them, but in my adult years I haven't really been a large consumer of any type of milk. My preference is almond milk and pea milk is worth a try.

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AliceBell64468
AliceBell6446818 days ago

I don’t really drink milk or have hot drinks although I have started having protein shakes to help with my muscle gaining, I use Oatly oat milk which seems okay and good amount of protein!

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly2517 days ago

I have two daughters, one of whom has almond milk and the other oat milk So we have three types of milk in our fridge!

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ryh
ryh16 days ago

I heard that it's really quick and easy to make your own homemade almond or oat milk. Just blend almonds or oats with water, then strain it. Apparently, it can be much better (tastier, healthier...) than the store-bought versions.

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IonaJones
IonaJones15 days ago

I have a dairy intolerance and my favourite is Oatly and it’s really nice in porridge, I don’t mind it in tea and coffee. But if you like cereals I like coconut milk on them x

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