A quick head’s up to long-time almond “milk” consumers...

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  1. raito

    raito Poster Extraordinaire

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    Did the toddler try to drink some? If so, then it's the saliva (or bacteria therein) that are responsible.

    My children had the same thing happen. But a glass of milk left out overnight at my house is still liquid in the morning.

    And 6-8 hours isn't 'fast'. :lol:
     
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    you're probably right. but I've seen way too many blocks of milk to put that in my mouth haha
     
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    I've been a hard core milk drinker (cows or goats) all my life. And I see no reason to adopt substitutes, since I can get animal protein in this way without butchering any animals.

    But I so agree that the idea of fake substitutes is dumb. There's a place I wouldn't mind going, but they insist on referring to their chicken sandwich as a "Chicken Burger" and I just don't eat anything called a burger. Not a soy burger, or garden burger, turkey burger or Pretend Meat burger and not even a sandwich starring a huge mushroom IF they persist in calling it a "burger". Burger? No. No kind of "burger". Just no.
     
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    Soy milk...all GMO/Roundup ready.
    Full of estrogen-like compounds.
    Probably good for population control...or if you just dig man-boobs.
     
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  6. Mike Eskimo

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    Soy milk I’ve tried ?

    slimy mouth feel.

    Whether it’s cow or soy or almond , I don’t/didn’t drink glasses of it. Strictly as a cooking ingredient or on cereal or oatmeal.

    still, I don’t want it to be viscous . Soy milk is too slppery.
     
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    I suggest (not necessarily tongue-in-cheek) that all of ya'll complaining about farming and ranching methods simply remove yourselves from the equation and stop eating. That should cut down on environmental damage somewhat.
     
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    You may actually have genetics to thank for your lactose tolerance, but like most people in this thread, the human body will start to reject lactose when reaching maturity. I love milk and wish I could drink it, but even too much ice cream will mess me up these days. Unsweetened Almond milk is my go to for cereal, but just isn't right with cookies.
     
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    Bravo !!!
     
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