• Soy-Free Milk Alternatives

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    Produced from soybeans that have been ground and mixed with water and a sweetener, soy milk is ideal for anyone who is lactose intolerant or has other allergies to dairy, as well as vegetarians and others looking to lead a healthier lifestyle. Like dairy milk, soy milk can be purchased in different varieties and flavors, and can substitute for milk in various recipes as well, such as soups and baked goods.

    A whopping 91 percent of the soy grown here in the U.S. is genetically modified, and the easiest way to ensure that a soy product isn’t GM is to stick with organic. USDA certified organic foods, by definition, cannot contain GM ingredients.

    Do you have a tough time finding organic soy milk in the store? Does the recent hubbub over Silk soymilk have you concerned that the carton of soy milk at the grocery store might not actually be organic? Here are some milk alternatives that skip the soy while staying dairy free.

    1. Nut Milks

    Almond is the most common nut milk that you’ll find in the grocery store, but there are others out there. I’ve seen hazelnut and cashew milks on the shelf. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can make nut milks at home without too much effort. This recipe for raw almond milk from Happy Foody is simple and delicious.

    2. Rice Milk

    Rice milk is a bit sweet, so it’s probably best …

    Soy milk contains a number of compounds that are said to help greatly reduce the risk of cancer and other harmful diseases and afflictions. Studies are still being pursued to determine all the healthful benefits that can be found in soy milk.



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