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Lægen
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Soya Milk

We now have gone over to Soya "Milk", less fat, less sugars than ordinary milk.

 

We also like the taste, sugar free versions.

 

Just need to remember to shake carton before each use.

 

or stir SM in a glass.

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I’ve got an intolerance to dairy milk so I’ve been having soy milk most my life. Recently started oat milk though and I have to say I find it’s a lot better. It also doesn’t curdle when you pour into a hot drink like soy can often do

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It's actually 'milk' not "milk" but what the heck, and how the heck do they get away with calling it that.

Diversity in dairy. Jeepers, they'll be calling polystyrene granules rice next.... sorry, 'rice'.

 


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@Minivanman wrote:

 

Diversity in dairy. Jeepers, they'll be calling polystyrene granules rice next.... sorry, 'rice'.


It wouldn't surprise me if that's already been tried @Minivanman , and where else but China.

After all, remember when melamine was passed off as milk powder a few years ago?

China dairy products found tainted with melamine - BBC News

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Don't recall that China business Rob but same as yourself not surprised, not surprised at all as one I do remember is the Austrian wine adulterated with antifreeze scandal back in the 80s.

 


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