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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    I was like that. I grew to really love soy, including in my coffee. I've gone off it now though due to ttc and becoming pregnant (and phytoestrogens).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    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)
    Zymil was just a suggestion since the op didn't explain why she can't have diary, it was possible that its a lactose problem. Geez it was just a suggestion, how rude r u!

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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    The cafe near my school uses 'Pure Harvest' brand soy for my lattes and it's really good!
    When I order soy anywhere else I'm always disappointed

    But I have to say, whoever suggested coconut milk in coffee is a genius! That sounds so good, and kind of indulgent. I'm definitely going to try that out soon!

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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    Vitasoy make great soy milk. I used to buy the green or purple labelled ones.

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

    I'm loving almond milk atm. I had been drinking soy for years, but went off it (especially in coffee at home) but almond is the best - I just make sure I buy unsweetened, the others are way too sugary!

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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    I drink almond milk now but I prefer soy.

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    Default Cows milk alternative for coffee, that tastes nice

    Well I have managed to just go to black coffee and im enjoying it so all good


 

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