Is there such a thing as a non-soy substitute for soy milk?
At Whole Foods they sell Rice milk and Almond milk. Either of those are considered alternatives to Soy milk.
You can purchase rice or almond milk in grocery stores.
You could try hemp or oat milk but you'll probably have to go to a natural grocery to get them.
Cold, sweet fresh goat milk from a local dairy or someone with milkers. I never had a medical reason to drink it, but I owned goats and was a fiend for good milk flavor. It has to be flash-cooled in seconds, not parked in the fridge. When goat milk is abused it degrades to a different flavor direction than cows milk, but when they are both fresh and cold and properly handled, nobody I challenged was ever able to tell the difference in 31 years! Whatever you do, don't buy it in the store because it tastes gaggy. It's been ultrapasteurized or even worse, canned or powdered. So sad! Persevere, find your milk goat and enjoy the very best. Ground-up grain products like rice or oats may make a white beverage, but it ain't MILK. Goats are a gift from God and nobody is shooting them up with rBST. The best breed for milk flavor are the Nubians. God bless you, Kim
It's reasonably easy to make almond milk, and used to be healthier when almonds were sold raw. Just soak, maybe sprout a bit, remove brown coat to the nuts (easy after soaking), blend and strain through a nut bag-- use the solids separately!
By the way, many packaged almonds are labeled 'raw.' Don't be fooled-- check with the company. I've yet to find almonds that sprout any more, and they used to be fast and easy.
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