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#1 Old 03-13-2008, 08:50 PM
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Which do you drink? What brand?



I drink soymilk, usually from the "Silk" brand, occasionally "Soy Dream", etc. =)
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#2 Old 03-13-2008, 08:59 PM
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soymilk, typically silk light. I've never had rice milk though.
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#3 Old 03-13-2008, 09:08 PM
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i use regular rice dream for my cereal.

i drink the chocolate silk soymilk.
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#4 Old 03-13-2008, 09:31 PM
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Soymilk. Either SIlk light Vanilla or Trader Joes lowfat vanilla.
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#5 Old 03-13-2008, 09:44 PM
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I use all three, but I use rice milk the most, so I voted for that one. I like rice dream the best out of most of the rice milks that I have tried.
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#6 Old 03-13-2008, 09:52 PM
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I finally got my hands on some almond milk last week, and I must say, I'm in love. Otherwise, it's rice milk.

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I drink unsweetend almond milk. Usually Blue Diamond, Or whatever it's called. I sometimes drink soy, Silk light vanillia. I've never had rice/oat/grain/ or hemp milks. I'd love to try them, Though.
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I haven't tried too many rice substitute foods (milk, ice cream/bars), but what I've had I've really kind of hated. *Shrug* I liked Almond Breeze milk, but it seemed a tad on the unhealthy side (just a tad). I'm a big fan of Organic Valley soy milk at the moment because it's flavor is so... well, there's little flavor. Which is best for me. lol



Soy milk is best for me because it's so widely available in so many different varieties- and naturally, because it's so widely available it's usually decently priced.



I like hempmilk as well, but it's not cheap. It is nice that this one brand I have can be kept in the cupboard for a while.
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#9 Old 03-13-2008, 10:18 PM
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Almond Milk FTW! We buy Blue Diamond Almond Breeze in Originial (for the boy and for cooking) and Vanilla (for me and for baking). We eat cereal almost every week so I buy two boxes at a time.



We've tried soy and rice milk and the almond has the best taste and texture to us. And I can't tolerate soy milk. And I flove almonds and can tolerate them. And I have coupons for the almond milk on a regular basis.
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#10 Old 03-14-2008, 01:02 AM
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Typically I drink unsweetened plain almond milk, but I also love hemp milk and hazelnut milk. With 46% calcuim(hemp milk), I just need 2 glasses and I've gotten a nice majority of my daily requirement
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#11 Old 03-14-2008, 02:25 AM
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I'm a Silk Light Vanilla girl myself.
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Aldi Bio (= organic) soya drink + calcium (plain)

Plus Bio soya rice drink (plain)

(both local brands)

Alpro soya light

Provamel (= Alpro organic) soya + calcium

Oatly organic (plain)

Lima rice nuts drink (hazelnut/almond)

Soyana Swiss cereal drinks and soya drinks (esp. Indian Chai),

only when I want to be generous towards myself

Alpro flavoured varieties like strawberry, vanilla (very occasionally)



Provamel Yofu (soy yogurt)

Oatly cuisine (cream) for cooking

Soyatoo! coffee creamer, fluid (tetrapak) not like these powders common in the US
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#13 Old 03-14-2008, 06:03 AM
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Hubby and I drink Silk light Vanilla usually.
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#14 Old 03-14-2008, 07:19 AM
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Mmmmm.....Unsweetened Chocolate Almond Milk
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#15 Old 03-14-2008, 07:24 AM
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Soy milk!!

I especially love "Silk"...thats the BEST soy milk I have ever had.I especially love the chocolate!



I never had almond milk,but I did have rice milk and didn't like it.I am not sure what brand it was...but I found it nasty.
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Vitasoy!



My favorite is unsweetened original.
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Soy milk for me as the local supermarket has chocolate soy milk



I prefer the taste of plain rice milk to plain soy milk though, and I've never had any of the other milks.
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#18 Old 03-14-2008, 08:35 AM
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I usually make my own soy or almond milk. If I buy it, I buy the 365 brand.
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Im trying to move away from soya products as Im probably eating too much of them, so Ive stopped drinking so much soy milk (although I still cant keep my hands off of Alpro Chocolate soy milk!) and Im drinking Rice Dream and Oatly, which is made of oats (obviously xP).
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Organic Valley Soy Milk. The Silk stuff is too grainy for my tastes.

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#21 Old 03-14-2008, 10:17 AM
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Rice Dream
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Anyone rich enough to buy Hemp Bliss?
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Quote:
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Organic Valley Soy Milk. The Silk stuff is too grainy for my tastes.



Really?

I find it much smoother then some other brands!
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In my fridge there's always a light origional vitasoy open, and a vanilla unsweetened almond milk. However, since I tend to use 'milk' mixed INTO things (like smoothies, or in my tea) i use the almond milk cus it donates less of its own flavor, and because its reaaaally low calorie. The vitasoy is for drinking straight. mmmm.
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I love vanilla enriched rice dream on my cereal and occasionally to drink. I really love the chocolate silk though to drink as a real treat now and then.

I used to cook with enriched original rice milk, but have found silk original to be much better for that.

I have tried oat milk, a little too thick for my tastes. I have never even seen hemp milk, but I think I will pick up some if I ever do see it...just to try it!
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I rarely drink it straight, so I use unsweetened soy milk, Alpro brand. Occasionally I go with a store brand or Go Green. I don't like rice milk, and the almond milk available here is too expensive and only in a few shops. I use it in cooking and in my coffee, mainly.



There is oat milk in most stores, but I haven't tried it yet.
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Almond Milk - Almond Breeze Unsweetened
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home made almond milk

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rice milk. the calcium enriched one made by vitasoy. sometimes i drink soy but not that often now.
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#30 Old 03-15-2008, 01:42 AM
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I use provamel ricemilk on my cereals - and have been known to have quinoa milk too.

If I have it, I use soya milk in cooking [if not I'll use rice]

& chocolate alpro soya milk to drink straight [drool].
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