Are you looking for different types of vegan milk? You're in the right place! Below we'll list over 14 different kinds that you'll be able to find in-stores and online.
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Types of Vegan Milk
There are more than a dozen "types" of vegan milks, each with its own nutrition, flavor and texture profile.
If you're looking for protein, you might want soy or pea protein milk. If you're allergic to soy and want to ditch the protein, rice milk might be your answer.
We'll explain the vegan milk types below.
Soy milk is the non-dairy milk that started it all for so many of us. Its mild-to-strong taste can be broadly described as vegetal in nature, though this is generally counteracted in flavored varieties. Soy milks are medium-thick and good sources of protein, potassium and isoflavones. Most, but not all, are fortified with vitamins and minerals.
A popular alternative to soy milk, almond milk boasts sizable amounts of Vitamins D and E as well as calcium. cereal
Not the canned stuff you use in curry — the regular dairy milk alternative. Coconut milk is naturally thick and luxuriously creamy, and many folks who leave "moo milk" behind swear by it. It's a bit higher in fat (around five grams per serving) but makes for a good source of potassium, calcium and phosphorus.
Rice milk has stood the test of time. Frequently made from brown rice, it's a good choice for those with numerous food allergies. One of the wateriest non-dairy milks, rice milk might not do well in tea and coffee, but it makes a great addition to oatmeal, soups and sauces. It's faintly sweet with a mild but pleasant rice taste.
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