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    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Lovegood View Post
    Is it dairy or lactose?

    You can buy lactose free milk I prefer the UHT lactose free milk...it's creamier

    dairy not just lactose

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    Default Re: Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    I prefer sanitarium "So Nice" when first transitioning to soy... But now I can drink any of them. It's amazing how your taste buds change.. I can not stand cows milk these days and I only became dairy free less than a year ago.

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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    Coconut milk in black coffee is lush! You just need a few teaspoons

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    Default Re: Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    Soy milk is the grossest dairy alternative! I drink oat milk in coffee, it froths up really well and tastes the best. Almond milk is good in tea but I find it doesn't froth as well.

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    Default Re: Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    Almond or oat? Soy milk tasted like sunflower seeds when I tried to ditch dairy as a teen, eww.

    Also studies are suggesting that soy as an alternative is not that great an.idea for humans

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamD View Post
    Coconut milk in black coffee is lush! You just need a few teaspoons
    ooh this sounds good! I cut out dairy a few weeks ago too and have had the same dilemma. I thought almond milk would have a more mild flavour but it always curdles for me if I use it with coffee.

    I've just sadly accepted black coffee. ...Or Red Bull or V for caffeine

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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    Vitasoy rice milk. My absolute favourite thing in coffee hehe

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    there is a milk called zymil (or it might be zimyl) or there is a lactose free milk (says lactose free in big letters) cant remember the name. also my dh is lactose intolerant and he uses lactese (tablets you take befote you consume dairy) hth

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    sorry ignore my last post. just read that its dairy and not just lactose. not sure if the zymil has dairy in it though.

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    Default Re: Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeySeeMonkeyDo View Post
    sorry ignore my last post. just read that its dairy and not just lactose. not sure if the zymil has dairy in it though.
    Yes zymil is cows milk


 

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