• Almond or soy milk?

    Profile photo of meiscrazee

    Over a year ago

    I’m planning on going vegan very soon, so I’m gathering info! So which is better almond or soy milk? Which one is better for cooking? Which one is better with cereal? Help please:) THANKS:D !!!

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  • Profile photo of MelissaBerro

    Over a year ago

    I personally think Almond milk tastes better… but I use soy milk for cooking

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  • Profile photo of peppermintcherry

    Over a year ago

    If you do go for almond milk, go for the brand from Aldi or Almond Breeze. Silk almond milk is waaaaay too sweet and thick.

    Also, soy crops are failing, at least in the US, so soy milk and all other soy products are about to crazy pricey btw.

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  • Profile photo of sueballoo

    Over a year ago

    We use vanilla almond milk for to drink, put in cereal and baked goods. I use soy milk for all other things (mash potatoes)

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  • Profile photo of kaylajohnson31

    Over a year ago

    I’ve always drank soy milk, I absolutly love the taste of it. One day, I decided to buy two cartons of almond milk, I was excited to try it so as soon as I got home I poured myself a glass and tried it. I’m telling you, I’ve never tasted something so discusting in my life. After a sip, I nearly died. I poured both cartons down the drain. Haha, I don’t know why I didn’t like it, it was just so rich and didn’t taste normal to me. I’d for sure go with soy if I we’re you but why not try both and see which one you like better?! (:

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  • Profile photo of Dagmar

    Over a year ago

    Hmmm. For taste I have to say almond milk because it is closest tasting to actual milk though soymilk is good too. I prefer almond milk on my cereal. Baking with either is fine as I’ve baked with both. Pricewise they are only a few cents in difference depending of brand and I’ve noticed organic soymilk is fairly cheap. Also keep in mind soy is up there on the list of GMOs (Genetically modified organisms) so if opting for soymilk make sure it’s GMO-free for sure.

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