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    Just drink the coffee black? It tastes much nicer that way (imo) if you find black coffee too bitter a touch of fresh lemon juice sweetens it - sounds crazy but really works well.

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    I'm pretty sure you're only a true coffee drinker if you drink it black

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    I'm pretty sure you're only a true coffee drinker if you drink it black
    Well im not a true coffee drinker then i like a latte but yer not liking this milk situation going to have to try a long black next

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

    Quote Originally Posted by MothersMilk View Post
    Just drink the coffee black? It tastes much nicer that way (imo) if you find black coffee too bitter a touch of fresh lemon juice sweetens it - sounds crazy but really works well.
    That sounds hardcore.

    I want to try it. Lol.

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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    My niece can't have dairy but can tolerate goats milk. I think it's expensive though, not sure how it compares to almond/oat/soy milks. My sister bought two goats to milk for my niece......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    That sounds hardcore.

    I want to try it. Lol.

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    Do try, you will be pleasantly surprised.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    That sounds hardcore.

    I want to try it. Lol.

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    Living on the edge eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Yes zymil is cows milk
    thanks for clearing that up. i wasnt sure but thought id suggest it anyway
    dh and i never looked at the ingredients lol. we just saw that it was lactose free and decided to give it a shot.

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    I don't know your circumstances so may not be appropriate but my sister can't have lactose after trying all the soya, rice, oat alternatives she found she tolerates zymil cows milk really well

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

    The op can't have dairy at all. So no to zymil!

    OP, trust me, after 6 months of soy (or other) you WILL not even notice it anymore. Persist and one day you'll actually find yourself sitting there thinking "mmmmm this is yum!" (happened to me hlthe other day lol)


 

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