living harvest chocolate hempmilk is divine. i also have the unsweetened hempmilk, and have mixed feelings about it. the consistency and color are really nice, but there is a sort of weird taste to it. not sure if it's ass-like, not having tasted ass, but it's sort of a isthisanormalfoodliketaste. i cannot stand it in my tea, but for some reason if i drink it plain, i like it fine, especially when i do a half-half with almond milk. i'm going to try cooking and baking with it and see how it is like that. rice milk is way too watery for me. i have tried really hard to like it, since it's much easier to get where i live than the other non-dairy non-soy milks, but, while it tastes okaaay, it's not great and the consistency leaves much to be desired if you're going for a milk-like creaminess. so far, i haven't found anything to beat almond as an all-round pleaser. i love unsweetened chocolate almond for drinking, and unsweetened original for everything else. almond milk is nice to put in coffee and tea. it doesn't significantly change the taste imo, and is creamy enough to make the coffee/tea feel drinkable. that pacific something or the other brand almond milk, though, that stuff tastes BAD.
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