5 Best Non-Dairy Substitutes For Milk You Should Try

In today’s video, we’ll talk about the most nutritious non-dairy milk replacements you can have if you're looking to switch milks. Is almond milk a good choice? What about soy milk? We’re talking about all of these AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Soy Milk – 00:42
Cashew Milk – 02:17
Macadamia Milk – 03:50
Almond Milk – 05:00
Quinoa Milk – 06:12


Soy Milk
Soy milk is prepared from soybeans or soy protein. Thickeners and vegetable oils are also frequently added to improve the taste and consistency. The flavor is normally creamy. Soy milk is best used in coffee or on top of cereal.

Cashew Milk
When was the last time you had a bowl of cashews? Well if you don’t have the time to sit and eat some, have some cashew milk on the go.

Macadamia Milk
Water and roughly 3% macadamia nuts make up macadamia milk. Some of you may not be familiar with it, as this is a relatively new product on the market, with the majority of brands being created in Australia.

Almond Milk
This is one you’ve probably heard about! Almond milk is made with water, and either whole almonds or almond butter. It has a delicious flavor that is slightly sweet and nutty, with light texture. It can be used as a substitute for cow's milk in desserts, baked goods, smoothies, as well as coffee and tea.

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