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Posted 7/10/15
Soy.

I can't drink regular milk anymore
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Soy is yuck looks like you can cut it with scissors when pouring I like 1 percent thank you
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I'm cool with both, but I really prefer whole milk.

I don't know what's up with the 2%, skim, and fat free options.
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Posted 7/10/15
;_; I just drink whatever.
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Posted 7/10/15
Soy for drinking. However, there is no replacement for milk in culinary applications.
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Posted 7/10/15
Regular Milk
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Posted 7/10/15
Regular milk and reduced fat milk. Almond milk if I want to be healthy
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theloy wrote:

Almond milk! Vanilla flavored preferred! I am 100% against drinking anything that was meant for other species. Cow's milk is too full of protein (meant for bulk developing of baby cows) and the way they process it anymore is complete nonsense. It's full of chemicals, you might as well blend rat poison and drink that! Anyway, I don't drink much almond milk, just with cereal or with coffee. As humans mature, their bodies are meant for water or juices (actual juice, not artificial) It's amazing how much science has brought us this far yet has crippled us with fake foods that have already been proven to break down poorly within our bodies. IBS anyone? hahaha... wow ok done ranting.


Pasteurizing =/= full of chemicals. The amount of protein you get from milk is minimal compared to what the rest of your diet should give you. No idea why you are against protein, as it helps your muscles regenerate. Also, humans are not meant to drink juice, no idea where you got that information from. It is not normal to randomly ingest 10+ oranges or apples worth of juice.
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Posted 7/10/15
Whole milk or raw milk. Almond milk is ok every now and then, it is just not cost effective.
Posted 7/10/15
But.
I want both.
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Posted 7/10/15
Real whole milk
Posted 7/10/15 , edited 7/28/15
breast milk only
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Posted 7/10/15

Axiarus wrote:


theloy wrote:

Almond milk! Vanilla flavored preferred! I am 100% against drinking anything that was meant for other species. Cow's milk is too full of protein (meant for bulk developing of baby cows) and the way they process it anymore is complete nonsense. It's full of chemicals, you might as well blend rat poison and drink that! Anyway, I don't drink much almond milk, just with cereal or with coffee. As humans mature, their bodies are meant for water or juices (actual juice, not artificial) It's amazing how much science has brought us this far yet has crippled us with fake foods that have already been proven to break down poorly within our bodies. IBS anyone? hahaha... wow ok done ranting.


Pasteurizing =/= full of chemicals. The amount of protein you get from milk is minimal compared to what the rest of your diet should give you. No idea why you are against protein, as it helps your muscles regenerate. Also, humans are not meant to drink juice, no idea where you got that information from. It is not normal to randomly ingest 10+ oranges or apples worth of juice.


Here's the list of ingredients to box ready almond milk.

Water, Almond (2%), Calcium (Tri-Calcium Phosphate), Sea Salt, Stabilisers (Locust Bean Gum, Gellan Gum), Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin), Vitamins (Riboflavin (B2), B12, E, D2)

sweetened;

Water, Sugar, ALMOND (2%), Calcium (Tri-Calcium Phosphate), Sea Salt, Stabilisers (Locust Bean Gum, Gellan Gum), Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin), Vitamins (Riboflavin (B2), B12, E, D2), May contain traces of HAZELNUTS

all manufactured, and added chemicals

If you make it yourself you'll soak almonds overnight then blitz the lot with some water in a blender then strain. You'll get a little calcium, a little iron, a few of the B vitamins, Vitamin A & C and potassium from the almonds You still have to remember to look for other daily nutrients elsewhere.

The ingredients listed in a bottle of whole milk:

milk
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Posted 7/10/15
Ninety-nine percent of the time, I use whole, but I do prefer the taste of almond milk.
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Posted 7/10/15
It's ok, someday you will learn. Also, juice from juicing, Not the artificial stuff. Which I believe I said that.
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