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#1 Old 09-30-2004, 09:17 AM
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This stuff rocks... I bought the vanilla and it works just like Diary cream used too. And it taste great!



I saw it in chocolate as well but I didn't pick that up... Chocolate coffee? hmmmmm...



Plus! It's CHEAPER (at least at my store) than any of the Dairy Creams that I saw! wooo hooo!
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#2 Old 09-30-2004, 09:20 AM
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I saw that. I don't drink coffee, but I used to love milk in my tea. I wonder if that would work.
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I cannot drink coffee without it! I can't drink black coffee- it makes my stomach sour. I love the Silk creamer. This is the first time I've heard of the chocolate! I'll have to look for it- thanks
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#4 Old 09-30-2004, 10:50 AM
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It works and works happily rincaro.



Just wait until they come out with their annual stash of egg nog badrash!
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Yummy. If it ever cools down here I will start drinking tea for the "winter". Yay!
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i try not to buy it because i will keep drinking small amounts of it (french vanilla) plain and it will be gone in a day or two without ever being used for its intended purpose!
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I tried it once a few years ago and it curdled in my coffee so I haven't had it scince. Yesterday someone at my school was walking with an iced coffee from Dunkin Donuts that was white from the cream. It looked so good! Cream is one thing I really miss. Maybe I should give the Silk Cream another chance.
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lijahbaby, to keep it from curdling, I've found that putting it in your mug before the coffe helps. I have no idea why, I guess just adding the hot coffee to the cold creamer works better than vice versa. I've noticed the same thing with regular soymilk in coffee as well. Maybe if you try the Silk again, put the creamer in first
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Ahh. Thanks for the tip, punkmommy. I'll definitely try that.
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lijahbaby, to keep it from curdling, I've found that putting it in your mug before the coffe helps. I have no idea why, I guess just adding the hot coffee to the cold creamer works better than vice versa. I've noticed the same thing with regular soymilk in coffee as well. Maybe if you try the Silk again, put the creamer in first

I have found the same thing.
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#11 Old 10-05-2004, 11:27 PM
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I'm in love with this stuff! I love to shake the carton like crazy, pour it in the mug, then add coffee and it kind of looks like a yummy foamy latte. It's great.
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Just wait until they come out with their annual stash of egg nog badrash!

Soy egg nog is the best thing ever, especially with rum and extra nutmeg.

I haven't tried soy creamer yet, but it sounds good. I wish Tim Horton's (Canadian chain) would start stocking soy milk.
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would chocolate flavored make a mock-mocha???
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I tried it once a few years ago and it curdled in my coffee so I haven't had it scince. Yesterday someone at my school was walking with an iced coffee from Dunkin Donuts that was white from the cream. It looked so good! Cream is one thing I really miss. Maybe I should give the Silk Cream another chance.



At least at the store near me, they have soymilk now. Ask them next time you go!
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would chocolate flavored make a mock-mocha???





sure would!



Soy eggnog? >gasP< Thank god it exhist! lol I will have to find some... Last year I was only "veganish" lol so I bought some organic eggnog But this year I shall find the soy version.



I noticed that curdling in my coffee thing you all were talking about today, I have never had it happen before though... I thought maybe because this certain container of the silk stuff has been in my fridge for awhile (i bought 2 last time I went in because they were the last two and i'm selfish ahaha) but I drank it anyway lol I figure how can soy bad kill me right?
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I have used silk creamer in some cake recipes and stuff that called for cream...worked pretty well... I love the stuff!
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#17 Old 10-18-2004, 07:53 AM
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Well, I finally tried it. I just want to know how I've lived so long without it! It is so yummy. The only bad thing is that I have been drinking much more coffee and that is not good for my acid reflux. But damn it's good.
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#18 Old 10-19-2004, 02:35 PM
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My dad lives on Silk Creamer, and he is a hard-core omni with high bp, cholesterol and borderline diabetes. He thinks it is healthier than cream (and i agree). He pours it on fruit, drinks it in coffee, last time I was over the fridge was stocked and my dad said he was making cream of potato soup with it. i was going to buy some last time i was at the grocery, but since it has some fat in with it, I thoguht i should stick w/ff soymilk. But i am definately going to buy it soon to make something decadent.
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I'be been using the Hazelnut flavor. It's good stuff! I've never seen the plain (to use in baking or for soups), but maybe I'll search a littler harder next time I'm at the store.
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#20 Old 03-30-2005, 05:17 PM
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I finally found Silk for coffee and IT IS DELICIOUS! I usually drink coffee with vanilla soy but the Silk creamer tastes more decadent...and only 1 gram of fat! The carton's small enough to bring to work and I won't have to worry about anyone filtching it.
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#21 Old 03-30-2005, 05:57 PM
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I've been wondering about that stuff.



I have a hard time getting past the cream in my coffee. I'll drink it black, but I don't enjoy it anywhere near as much and soymilk in coffee just doesn't cut it.



I am definitely going to pick some up the next time I see it.



One baby step closer! Thanks!
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