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Old 08-01-2018, 09:32 PM   #61
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So, with all this talk about “milk” from from nuts that have no teats, I’ve gotta wonder; do any of you use these nut milks in any capacity? Do you prefer one brand over another? I’ve been using coconut “milk” for a few weeks now, in my milkshakes and smoothies. The coconut flavor is negligible and the creamy texture is very nice. So far, I’ve only sampled the store brand, which was a bit watery, and Silk, which I’ve found to be creamier and richer than the store brand. I only use the canned stuff in recipes, and haven’t found one I really like yet. I must say, though, that the refrigerated Silk really makes a good milkshake!
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Old 08-01-2018, 10:16 PM   #62
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Uh oh, GG is using words like Straw-man and Fallacy to rub the nose of another member in something -- I don't know why, and don't care.

But, I've lost interest in the subject now.

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almond milk, milk, other, rice milk, soy milk

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