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And coconut milk is better than them both. haven't tried rice milk yet- what's that like?
alright with cereal
+ Good with Cereal
+ It's okay on it's own
+ Chocolate Rice Milk is really tasty
- It's shit for everything else, it ruins tea/coffee
But I use soy cream for cooking and that works a charm.
Can't find it anywhere round here and this is middle class posho central.
But according to this site, it should be available from (some?) Tesco's:
But thank you.
Yet another progressive Scandi policy. #brokenbritain
That posh enough for you?
(Also another one that I haven't even heard of)
Now I'll have to wait at least another week and use normal cream until then.
This is bullshit.
Such hard times
in both the milk aisle and the longlife shelf
1 litre fresh in the milk chillers
3 mini cartons uht
every supermarket ever has done this for five years, OPEN YOUR EYES PEOPLE
milk > bullshit milk
The John Smith's of DiS posters.
I'm popping out for a bit, can you all try and start some decent threads in the meantime please?
chocolate koko and unsweetened almond alpro are the best brands
really strongly engaged with their brand
my eczema is worse with cows milk. Dunno about the science like, but those are the facts
Rude Health is easily the best one. Ive tried them all recently. I think its a bit more expensive but tastes so good.
all i care about anyway is that its dairy free and tastes better than everything else.
so I stole it occasionally. Nice in SME things, though obv really sweet. Shame it's worse than regular milk in pretty much every conceivable way (price, health, environmental sustainability, etc etc) otherwise I'd probably buy some of my own.
My phone's a real pile of shite at times.
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does anyone know of a vegan cheese that you can buy that doesn't taste like sweaty socks smell? i really can't handle it.
already tried violife, tofutti and sheese, as well as tesco's own make.
the cream cheese tofutti was fine in really sweet desserts but that was about it.
I've just forgone cheese altogether, cba even trying all that shit
nut cheese is a thing
because cashews have high fat content, you can make cashew cheese from soaking them overnight and processing with salt, pepper, water and lemon juice
don't have a processor though