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Among the health-conscious crowd, nondairy milks are arguably just as mainstream as their dairy counterparts. Usually, the same types tend to be popular among consumers: almond, soy and coconut milk, for example. But a newcomer to the scene — flax milk — is popping up in grocery store aisles, health blogs and plant-based recipes. “You can make a plant milk out of just about every type of. Flax milk is the underrated non-dairy milk alternative you should be adding to your diet 09/09/2019/ By Kristine Payne It is estimated that 30 to 50 million Americans are lactose intolerant. For people who have trouble digesting lactose, there is no shortage of.

4. Flax. When it comes to dairy-free milk, we’ve all heard of soy, tried almond milk and even sipped oat milk a time or two. Flax milk, though was pretty foreign to many of us—but it ended up being one of our preferred picks. The consistency of this milk was akin to skim milk and, like skim milk, was pretty mild in flavor. Flax milk, of course.

It’s a simple combination of water and pressed flax oil. The rich, smooth texture and incredible taste make it a popular choice at breakfast time. Hemp. Creamy and thick, this strong-tasting non-dairy milk is primarily used in baking and food preparation.

One of its big advantages is that it contains a lot of protein, more than all the other non-dairy milks on this list except for soy. Whether you need something keto-friendly to put in your coffee, or just want to avoid animal products, lots of us are looking for alternatives to dairy milk these days. And luckily manufacturers are happy to give us a huge array of options. Joining those longtime staples of soy and rice milk at the grocery store are coconut, almond, hemp, flax, pea, oat, and cashew — plus harder-to.

Flaxseed milk is a non-diary milk substitute. Flax milk is made by mixing cold pressed flaxseed oil with water. Flax milk may be a good option for.

If non-dairy milks were fashion trends, we’re pretty confident that soy milk would be overalls with one strap undone. Hemp milk: a non-ironic appliqued vest. Flax Milk.

The study added that cashew crops are pretty low-yielding, meaning cashew milk is probably not the most eco-friendly option. There are also so many other non-dairy milks to consider, including hemp milk, flax milk, hazelnut milk, and macadamia nut milk. In terms of nutrition, soy milk is a close nondairy substitute for cow’s milk. It contains a similar amount of protein, but around half the number of calories, fats and carbohydrates.

Though flax seeds can’t rival the natural cream of coconut or richness of cashews, it turns out that a dairy-free milk beverage made with cold pressed flax oil does have the smooth consistency of dairy milk. Plus it tastes pretty darn impressive.

List of related literature:

Over‐the‐counter milk alternatives made from soya, rice, hemp, potato nut, coconut, pea or oat are not recommended for infants under 1 year of age; even after 1 year of age, the introduction of these alternatives requires a nutritional review, as they are generally much lower in energy and protein.

“Manual of Dietetic Practice” by Joan Gandy
from Manual of Dietetic Practice
by Joan Gandy
Wiley, 2019

It is doubtful that the Silk brand would have enjoyed near the same success without the reallocation of effort to the trending category, almond milk.

“Getting Multi-Channel Distribution Right” by Kusum L. Ailawadi, Paul W. Farris
from Getting Multi-Channel Distribution Right
by Kusum L. Ailawadi, Paul W. Farris
Wiley, 2020

We’ve found that flax milk most closely resembles cow’s milk in flavor.

“Keto Made Easy” by Megha Barot, Matt Gaedke
from Keto Made Easy
by Megha Barot, Matt Gaedke
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

It has been called “Homoeopathic Milk for Allopathic Babes”; it would be a good thing for the world if the allopaths would but partake freely of this precious milk.

“Best of Burnett” by James Compton Burnett, H. L. Chitkara
from Best of Burnett
by James Compton Burnett, H. L. Chitkara
B. Jain Publishers, 2002

The issue has become less vocal with the passing of years without recognized major health problems, but continues to be challenged as in current marketing of “natural hormone-free milk” and “organic” milk.

“Handbook of Industrial Chemistry and Biotechnology” by James A. Kent, Tilak V. Bommaraju, Scott D. Barnicki
from Handbook of Industrial Chemistry and Biotechnology
by James A. Kent, Tilak V. Bommaraju, Scott D. Barnicki
Springer International Publishing, 2017

Organic milk is already available, but there is need and demand to develop designer milk that contains additional components with additional health benefits (Table 38.1).

“Advances in Animal Biotechnology” by Birbal Singh, Gorakh Mal, Sanjeev K. Gautam, Manishi Mukesh
from Advances in Animal Biotechnology
by Birbal Singh, Gorakh Mal, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2019

If soya bean milk is prepared in a sanitary condition, it should be a good and cheap food for poorer babies.”

“History of Soy Sauce (160 CE To 2012)” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
from History of Soy Sauce (160 CE To 2012)
by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2012

There are lots of commercial brands out there that you can buy, but once you start making your own nut milk, there is no turning back.

“Mama Glow” by Latham Thomas
from Mama Glow
by Latham Thomas
Hay House, 2012

Within about 2 months Bill expects to have a new soymilk product on the market with another partner (similar to Westbrae, but whose name is confidential) in a new package [perhaps an extended shelf-life (ESL) gable top carton].

“History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

Several brands are now available in North America, and it has become one of the more popular products in the cultured milk category.

“Microbiology and Technology of Fermented Foods” by Robert W. Hutkins
from Microbiology and Technology of Fermented Foods
by Robert W. Hutkins
Wiley, 2018

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  • Is it possible to freeze those milks? I would love to make a big batch of almond milk and then freeze it (less cleaning haha) I hope it freezes well?

    Great video as always!!

  • I have no experience with other non dairy milks. But I do know oat milk. In the ebook it says to blend for 12 minutes. But that is a huge no, at least in my experience. Since you will end up with a very slimey milk, and no one wants that. 30 seconds is enough, and soaking just leads to a more slimey milk. And adding few cashews to the oat will yield a much richer milk.
    And even if you aren’t vegan or lactose intolerant I suggest switching to home made non dairy milk, it’s much more healthier, better for your skin, it can be packed with so much protein and fiber and some of these milks are very cost-effective to make, not to mention none to minimal waste

  • I’m lactose intolerant and when I grew up with my grandparents, my grandmother was big on not eating sugars because diabetes was common for the females on her side. I decided to drink Almond milk to allow my stomach a break; I don’t really eat too much sugar even in cereals. When I went back to milk because I ran out of almond milk and my mom couldn’t remember what kind I drank (vanilla), I noticed I had an increase in acne flare-ups. When I went back to almond milk, I noticed my acne flare-ups went down.

  • What is the best way to get rid of my acne problem? I read lots of superb reviews on the internet about how Fopobiacne Secrets can help you cure your acne naturally. Has any one tested out this popular acne remedy?

  • Can you do a video where you compare how they froth on an espresso machine I’ve been trying to find a homemade nut milk or vegan milk that I can make lattes with

  • Don’t grind your flaxseed, they contain cyanid. Only eat 1-2 tbs/day of whole flaxseeds because not enough research has been done on the cyanid absorption of flaxseeds and the effects on the body.

  • I would love the know the ratios of nuts/seeds to water that you specifically used! Then, I could adjust to my taste and create my own personalized and tasty recipes!

  • This video is so aesthetic and relaxing to watch.:) Love the process of water and seeds become milk!

    After seeing this, i already tried almond, sunflower and pumpkin seed milk all were fantastic.:) Now I’m curious to try out coconut milk.

  • What if we heat the milk because after a particular temperature the hormones get deactivated and that temp can be achieved by boiling milk. So will that be helpful?????

  • Hi
    I am Trying to be dairy free here in India where we have very less options available..almost almond and soy are just entering the market which are with sugar and super expensive like if normal milk is 50 per lit this is 300/ So your video is a blessing.Thanks. I have one problem though.i do not get the product you added after straining the milk.can you give me a alternative or should I just skip it..?

  • < WOW> Thank you so much. I have to share this to my FB friends as I know this would be of help to them as well. Made the chocolate chia milk today. Poured some into a glass and topped it with a frothy coffee topping, and it was divine! The occasional pleasure makes life worth living.

  • I’m very conscious of grams of sugar i ingest.supermarket shopping is exhausting for this. Literally pick up an item and think is this an inflammatory? Am I happy to have the consequences fromsuning this?
    Is there roughly an estimation if how many grams at a time is safe before trigging uksukin spike? Like split a chocolate bar over course of a day, ration out sweet treat etc?

  • 12:30 my Mom literally had like 10 bags of those exact chia seeds in the pantry then one day we opened a new pack and we saw that a rat chomped it’s way in

  • Hello, That is a very good idea about dairy free milk. Very informative. Every time the notify button alert me, Here I go. lol.
    Just one question please can you tell me the name of your sunflower lecithin. I am search and from my understanding the best one is organic, and cold pressed, sunflower lecithin. I live in UK, but could buy in any part of the world, I supose. It is very difficult to find, unless I pay £80 pounds for 1 kg (it was the only one I found). That is to much. Thank for the help you can give to me. Continue with these and other videos that you post, they are very good.

  • i haven’t get any acne for a long time but there’s one day i eat a lot lot lot of chocolate and the next day after i woke up, omg wtf i got like 5 acne on my skin. Im 100% sure it’s bsc of the chocolate, chocolate contains high level of sugar right?

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  • Love your videos but I need to point out something. As far as I understand, soaking nuts and legumes eliminates phytic acid content by activating the enzyme phytase (which breaks down phytic acid). Soaking also activates amylase which breaks down complex starches in grains making it easier to digest. So discarding the soaking water (which doesn’t have phytic acid in it) won’t provide additional benefits. On the contrary you might be missing out on some water soluble nutrients. Appreciate the amount of work you put into this. Great editing and aesthetics as well.

  • Thank you for your videos, so calm and informative. The taste test is always my favourite part. I’ve never tried making plant milk at home as every cloth that is in my home for 3 minutes gets covered in cat hair and that’s not very appealing for straining through xD

  • It’s been 12 days since I cut sugar and dairy, and I reduced my intake of refined carbs, and yeah I see huge difference, because before I started this diet, I used to wake up every day with new pimples on my face, the longest I’ve gone without waking up without new pimples was 3 days(I have been struggling with acne for 7 years) but now it’s been 10 days and there are no new pimples, and the acne on my face is already healing and fading away, same with the acne on my shoulders and chest, I still have marks though, however I won’t lie, ever since I stopped sugar consumption I feel like sh*t, I can’t stop craving sugary stuff and sweet deserts, and I keep looking at recipes of cake,donut…and all that crap, the only thing keeping from actual giving in is my progress with my skin, I’ve never in my 7 year struggle with acne had this much improvement in a matter of few days, and I don’t want to ruin everything

  • Hello, I have made oat milk several times and it always comes very slimy is there anything you can add to this so this wouldn’t happen very discouraging!!!

  • Honestly speaking, I am absolutely love plant-based milks. My favourites are soy milk, almond milk, tigernut milk (due to its natural sweetness and high fiber content), sesame milk (because of the high calcium content), flaxseed milk, oat milk and (very recently) coconut milk (I use it for curries, homemade yogurts and desserts like cheesecake).

    I tried brazil nut milk, but it wasn’t for me, plus I’m not a fan of hemp. But hey, I’ll have a go at brazil nut milk again when I get the chance.

    However, the next ones that I’ll try making are: hazelnut milk (perfect for Dairy-free hot “chocolate” at Christmas yum ��), peanut milk, cashew milk, walnut milk, pecan milk, apricot kernel milk, chia seed milk, poppy seed milk, sunflower seed milk, pumpkin seed milk, macademia milk, and brown rice milk.

    Btw, I have heard of pea milk, and I was wondering if it is possible to make milk out of chickpeas, lentils and other beans (e.g.: adzuki beans, mung beans and black beans)?

  • Wait…… The title says Dairy free BUT at 3:33 you said used CONDENSED MILK, I should have assumed you meant vegan condensed milk since your channel is Vegan

  • I usually mix frozen bananas with a few tablespoons of coconut milk non dairy creamer. Then I flavor with either cookies or natural chocolate syrup and it’s pretty bomb too.

  • Does Fopobiacne Secrets really help to clear your acne naturally? We have read many good stuff about this popular natural acne remedy.

  • Thank you for including seed milks. I’m sensitive to nuts and coconuts, which makes my dairy-free options more restricted. I love hemp milk.

  • I was just going to go shopping to get Flaxmilk tomorrow, thanks to you I can make it at home. I love your recipes and your authenticity:) Thank you

  • Thank you so much! Im not vegan But Im milk protein allergic and it’s so annoying when people think I’m lactose intolerant so the always add lactose free milk,and then I’m not able to eat it anyway. But this ice cream looks delicious ��

  • We get fresh coconut milk where I’m from and it’s very much cheaper than the canned ones. Would the fresh coconut milk work the same? Its actually more watery though.

  • Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and the effort you put in making a FREE e-book for us to learn. Your new subscribers here ��

  • I LOVE cow milk, I have it every day, but due to health reasons I have been trying (and failing) to cut it out. These options will definitely help me out.

  • To the people reading this:

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  • Im not vegan but dairy free coconut ice cream is my favourite! I love the coconut flavour that comes through no matter what other flavours you add into it. I think my favourite is strawberry coconut ice cream, i think, or just plain vanilla coconut with chocolate chips ��

  • Hi Liv! I’ve heard recently that white sugar may not be vegan, and since I really want to try these recipes, do you know anything about this issue?:/

  • i discovered your channel 30 minutes ago. your voice and recipes soooooo good. recipes looks simple. congrats and loves from turkey

  • Eliminating sugar is key. I speak from experience. I’m 32 years old, been suffering from combination, mostly oily skin since I was 12. I’m talking about cystic, greasy, painful acne. Getting off the sugar and high glycemic foods and drinks is the hardest part. Weaning yourself off is key. Once you get off of it, you might see some purging. This is normal. Once you cross that hurdle, you will see and notice the difference. Faster results? Don’t take ANY form of sugar, not even Manuka honey or pure maple syrup, as ‘healthy’ as they may be. Stay away from grains as well, including popcorn. Don’t know why these ladies are recommending these as substituted. Everything else they say is correct though. Stay away from all forms of dairy! Soy as well, wheat too. Its tough to find alternatives but once your body is rid of all of these, you will see and feel the difference. ��

  • my brother drinks anything sugared, hardly drinks water, eats ok, and his skin is somehow clear as can be…idk how bc meanwhile I drink soda once and break out the next day:(((

  • First put the coconut milk in the fridge a while and scoop off cream or turn can upside down and scoop the settled cream and leave the water for another recipe or just drink, that may be why others recipes aren’t working. It’s ice CREAM, not milk cream and all coconut milk is not equal so lose the water and should work better. I use THAI brand so not diluted and can probably use the entire contents…ijs

  • But oat milk contains sunflower oil which is also not good for your skin and it has too much omega 6 coconut milk is my favourite

  • i drink boba milk tea before bed last night and chocolate boba tea in the afternoon, today i got a freaking acne on my nose and chin (i never got acne on my chin), then i saw this video. maybe i really should swap skim milk for another alternative milk..

  • @NutritionRefined Petra, how do you make Oat milk that is not slimy? Mine tastes good but is very slimy, especially when kneading it through the nut milk bag.

  • Its still surprise me just how lots of people do not know about Fopobiacne Secrets even though a lot of people clear their acne naturally using it. Thanks to my personal buddy who told me about it. I have get rid of my acne problem.

  • Thank you so much with this video!! I was talking about the vegetal milks we can do with a close parent and here you bring the subject which makes the summary so… of course, I will send the video ��������

  • Love your videos…I think the best on YouTube hands down! ���� Do you have a video or if not can you make a video on what to do with the ground up nuts left over.

  • Research connection between acne and sugar/starch intake. It will show your body will change the sebum oil when you eat sugar and starch. It gets thick and plugs the pores. My son got off of sugar/starch and his acne cleared up. Try it. You may find in the future your body will be prone to sugar and insulin problems. Acne is a sign of this coming.

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  • The main problem will animal milk substitute is that they arent as rich in nutrients, which you need for bone support and other things. Milk has its benefits, just drink in moderation. Half a glass as opposed to full glass, eg.

  • honey is chemically almost identical to high fructose corn syrup. so this swapping out simple sugar for natural sugar is completely BS

  • Hi I wanna ask, maybe you know will it have a longer shelf life if pasteurized or sterilized before storing? And how to do that? thankyou

  • I’ve tried this so many times. Keeps crystalizing, even w/vanilla. Should I actually add a spoon of alcohol, and if so, which one?

  • At 28 and all through my 20’s actually I was infested with big nasty whiteheads all over my forehead, By the time they went away 10 more would sprout up to replace them. Tried all the face washes, quit coffee, changing pillow cases etc.. and nothing worked. So decided to quit all dairy and protein shakes/bars this year and over a month later my face has 100% cleared up and not a new zit in weeks which is miraculous for me. Just faded tiny spots that are going away from where the old ones were. Without a doubt the dairy was my sole contributing factor.

  • What is the best product or brand to clear your acne naturally? I read plenty of good reviews on the net about how Fopobiacne Secrets will help you break free from your acne. Has anybody tried using this popular natural acne treatment?

  • I wanna cry ’cause sugar is like 30 percent part of my food diet. But I was also wondering if chocolate will produce the same results as sugar does for our skin, or not? Because chocolate is the other 70 percent, lmao.

  • Does the milk have the calories of the oats for example or does it stay low calorie with a little flavour from the milk source, as the non-dairy milks from the store?Or in other words, are these as low calorie as the ones in the stores?

  • Allergies are awful… I can’t eat sugar, wheat, milk products or pork… I can deal with not eating those things but I hate it when people say “I feel so sorry for you “ ��

  • I was a non believer on this products. When I was having acne problems, I chose to give this acne guide “Vαtαnuz Bdα” (Google it) a try. It worked for me. In just 1 week, I can observe the results. I now have a smoother and clearer face..

  • FANTASTIC breakdown! Thank you! Also appreciate the tip about sunflower lecithin. Will be trying my hand at plant-based milks again.

  • Has anyone ever tried to can something like this? It might be a good way to extend the shelf life unless you’re worried about letting it boil!

  • Wow this is so cool. I love how you added different flavors to each type of milk to show how it can be used. I’d really appreciate it if you could share how to make homemade pea milk. ��

  • cutting dairy and sugar cleared my SEVERE acne. I went from mount everest face to glass skin.

    + drinking hella water, and proper skincare

  • I dont drink milk and i havent eaten sugary foods for a very long time but i still get a lot of pimples. I am also fond of eating veggies because i dont like meat that much. I think this is because of the dirty air and stress from school? Idk what to do anymoreeeee.

  • I haven’t had a singleeeee break out since I cut out dairy and it’s been 3 months. Except this one time I ate too much spicy food.
    I haven’t looked back at dairy milk since. Tea, coffee, smoothies and punches, cereals etc are just as delicious maybe even more delicious. I can’t wait to start eating yogurts and ice cream made from dairy free milk.
    I am going to cut out sugar now! I am thinking about stevia as a sweetener because I heard it has a zero gylcemic index which means zero glucose and 1000x sweeter than sugar.
    Thank you so much for this video

  • I have made my own coconut milk and almond milk. I haven’t tried the others yet I look forward to trying them.

    One word of caution about almonds — any bought in the stores or supermarket have been pasteurized. There are several methods of pasteurization, but the most common one uses a chemical called propylene glycol which is carcinogenic.

    I get my UNPASTEURIZED almonds through Amazon. The company that offers the unpasteurized ones is Terrasol.

    Just buy organic is not enough to protect you. The word organic refers to how things are planted. Pasteurization is something happens AFTER they are harvested.

    If they are pasteurized, it doesn’t matter whether or not they are organic.

  • You can’t replace milk. None of these will ever be the same as real whole milk, not ultra pasteurized. Real milk just does things you can’t do without it. You can’t make mozzarella with any of these milks. You can’t make butter with any of these. You can’t have buttermilk fried chicken with these. Mmmm I’m hungry

  • Even faster method:
    Vegan ice cream in 2 hours

    1 can of Cream of coconut, chilled
    Any flavoring
    Any throw ins

    Whip cream of coconut with a mixer
    Add in flavoring and whip again

    Add mix ins

    Place in freezer safe container and put film wrap against the ice cream
    Put a lid on if you want or just leave with film wrap

    Freeze 2 hours


  • That’s right I’ve tried many medications and went to 3 different doctors/dermatologist but my acne is still back. I’ve been in a dairy free diet for 3 weeks now. I can see the improvement in my skin. Less pimple and my skin became dry too. I was so oily back then. I’m going to try change my lifestyle slowly but sure.

  • Cashews are never truly raw. Right off the tree, cashews cause severe burns and rashes like poison ivy because they’re in the poison ivy family. They must be steamed or boiled to remove the toxic oil so consumers can buy them

  • Dairy free chocolate ice cream
    2 cups of coconut milk
    1/2 tbsp of vanilla extract
    1/4 cup of stevia sugar
    1/2 tbsp of molasses
    1/2 cup of cocoa powder

  • This is such a great video! It took me years to figure out what affected my skin so severely; and it’s sugar. Now I try to only eat natural sugars like in fruits, and my skin has cleared up so much!

  • This is farrr from true for me, I drink milk on the daily and eat sugar and my skin is clear as the day is long.. im 30 and definitely dont look it. so shouting that dairy is bad for you is not true.

  • Love these videos! I’ve been watching 5 hours of videos trying to elevate my skincare routine and I can’t wait to order some products suggested. Could we please get a video describing the benefits of turmeric in products? I know it’s great for the inside but what about directly on your face?

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge ��

  • I’ve been making this recipe for a while now, everybody loves it, and specially me. The mint-chocolate is a great idea! I will try that today.

  • I know I’m late with this comment, but I’m allergic to coconut and pretty much all of the dairy free recipes seem to use coconut. It is in so much! It also seems to be a fairly rare allergy, at least here (UK).

    Would anything else work for recipes like this? Or is there a “standard” substitute for each coconut product for any recipe (milk, cream, oil, dessicated, etc.)?

    Glad you’re ok after the reaction! Can’t wait to buy the cookbook when it’s released!:)

  • I never buy cookbooks. I have a few I never open. — But I know yours will be so beautifully written, easy to follow, gorgeous to look at, and completely thorough and achievable. Just like all of your videos. You’ve helped making my transition into a vegan diet so seamless and fun.

  • Is the coconut flavor really strong when you eat the icecream? I tend to go for almond or cashew milk based icecream in the store so I’m just curious. ��

  • I love how easy to prepare these are, and that you include advice about soaking and rinsing pertinent to categories of nuts and seeds. Thanks For Posting: )

  • Hello! I really love your videos ��
    Can someone tell me want the powder is? English is not my main language. Thank you so much. Love for all

  • I’m a 16 year old girl that’s trying to gain weight by eating more food. I also break out a lot, even when I don’t eat as much. So I’m trying to figure out how to step up my skin care routine. Pimples are so annoying, I wish they didn’t exist ��

  • Liv I always love love love❤️ your vegan ice cream videos I also like eggnog so can you please pleeaaasssse pleeeaazzze make non-dairy eggnog ice cream ��please��

  • Petra I’ve realised they are all done the same way as long as you have a cheese cloth,to go with, it, by the way have you post about homemade vegan heavy cream yet or not?,about the vegan butter I’ve already saved it,thanks again.

  • I am highly allergic to milk(not diagnosed but my throat gets itchy and tight and I cant stop coughing and severe digestive distress) but it’s perfectly okay though because I went vegan ❤️��

  • Your eyebrows are sooo beautyful! I mean, you are beautyful, but those brows, damn��
    Thanks for sharing those recipes, will try them out:)

  • from the thumbnail, i thought oat/soy/almond milk was causing acne for some and my heart stopped bc im lactose intolerant and drink oat&soy in my iced coffee,, i hardly ever drink anything other than iced coffee, water, or tea, so i panicked,,my heart

  • My protein shake made break out and I have no idea until this, I stopped drinking it and I’m getting better, I still have some scars ):

  • All the milks looks delicious. I never thought about using some of the other nuts and seeds to make milk. Thank you for all the wonderful suggestions.

  • Fantastic video, extremely helpful and motivating to try plant based milks. I became very motivated to try some. I wonder what buckwheat milk tastes like…my only reservation is that I have read that pulverizing the goats with water will eventually create oxidized fats. Thanks for the video

  • no wait? no i don’t believe that 1:00 Brown cacao mess turned into a light purple colour 1:03 these has to be two different recipies?
    can you say whats in the purple one?

  • Which plant-based milk is your favorite and which one is your least favorite? My favorite nut & seed milk is hazelnut milk and my least favorite is sesame seed milk (as I find it too bitter).

  • looking forward to hazelnut and pistachio milks, but! oats milk is hands down the winner for me, plus its cheaper that nuts (esp. pine nuts:)

  • Could you please put a link on where you buy your lecithin. The one I bought from Amazon has a strong chemical smell and taste, I had to trash it.

  • I was just going to try start eat vegan for a month or so because I think milk and sugar and stuff is whats causing my acne, so thanks for giving some more in debth information!

  • I don’t know what it is with me and vegans/vegetarians but I hate them, the ones that do it because of mistreatment or animals aren’t food people. I have no idea why….
    Maybe because my family have been farmers for so long and we are very head strong

  • What would you say goes best with coffee? I don’t like plain almond milk but willing to try homemade. I love chocolate hazelnut milk and chocolate almond milk. I normally have soy milk with coffee.

  • Hi! �� Have you ever tried making almond milk from almond butter? And also, have you already cooked any baked recipe using the almond pulp leftover? Thank you! Love your videos! ��❤

  • Petra…you are a genius!
    Imagine occasionally adding blended fruit and/or spices! The possibilities are endless.
    Coconut milk with blended pineapple…etc, etc, etc.

  • Awesome! Thank you for the verities:). Could you make a video of what to do with the pulp? I would LOVE some ideas on how to use them as I do not like to waist food. Thank you Alyssia

  • What kind of sunflower lecithin is best to use, I would like to make flaxseed milk and also can I use it in any plant base milk I make?

  • I’m so glad you didn’t add soy to this list because all soy in USA is GMO. This video was well put together, especially, about phytic acids in some and not in others. Well done.

  • so glad you mentioned peanut allergies! my toddler son also has a severe peanut allergy. Are there any coconut milks that we should try to avoid? eg. made in facilities with peanuts present/cross contamination risks? Have you had any reactions to certain brands of coconut milks?

  • We are trying to not eat dairy in our home for our health, but it’s difficult! I love my milk. My question is, how do you personally get the calcium that comes from milk? Also, do you have a video explaining your story about not drinking milk? Or am I only assuming because of this video?

  • !!! N A T U R A L S U G A R I S S T I L L S U G A R!!!

    Yes, it is different from table sugar but it still is sugar so you want to reduce it as well because it will mostly have the same effects. Instead of replacing table sugar with honey or fruits, just try eating less of it. I know it sounds hard but it really just is an habit that you can un-learn. This way, you’ll enjoy your occasional sugary food much better and your health and skin will thank you. There are plenty of good documentaries about sugar, you might want to check them out.

  • Hmmm I love all that milk you made, thanks for the video, I’m about to make some hemp milk, you have inspired me. I subscribed and hit the notification bell, thumbs up as well. Have a blessed day.

  • can i use white oat flakes for the matcha one �� it’s only what we have in our counter and i really have this obsession w matcha �� i would definitely pick vibrant light colored match powder, thanks for the tip ��

  • Wow! It was a awesome video really helpful, I am a new vegan, I loved dinking dairy milk and couldn’t afford the vegan milks available in the store, thanks to you I can make it on my own now! Who new it could be so easy!?

    My fav milk has to be the rice milk! <3