Dairy-Free Milk Substitutes.

Avatar Image
MattA777 | 11:43 Sat 06th Mar 2021 | Food & Drink
14 Answers
Anyone aware of dairy-free milk subs free of oils?
- I have two brands in our kitchen and both contain sunflower oil...


1 to 14 of 14rss feed

Avatar Image
We can also get Alpro soya milk. Again does not show oil in list of ingredients.
09:57 Sun 07th Mar 2021
My vegan daughter makes her own nut milk as most commercial products have too many additives for her liking.

The milk you bought has sunflower oil to make it more of a milk-like consistency, to thicken it
Ask the Vegetarian Society and the Vegan Society.

Your daughter might need to investigate the carbon foot print of nut growing farms and the ecological damage they cause and the labour conditions of the farms in far off lands.

The best alternative is thin air or water.

I like the coconut milk - brand name Koko. No oil mentioned in the ingredients list, but double check via the link. Its light, not too strong, and milk rather than coconut drink. Available in local Co-op and all main supermarkets. Original or unsweetened. I prefer the latter.

Matt' what do you use these milk subs for?
You would use the subs because you have to. Personally if I went near any dairy produce, I get the headache from hell, followed by having to sleep for 12 hours or more.
In Portugal we can get Shoyce brand milk. Soya milk and list of ingredients does not show any oil
We can also get Alpro soya milk. Again does not show oil in list of ingredients.
It may well depend on which Also you have..

Alpro Cuisine Soya Whippable ingredients list: Water, vegetable oils and fats (fully hydrogenated palm kernel oil, palm kernel oil), maltodextrin, sugar, hulled soybeans (2%), emulsifier (sucrose esters of fatty acids, lactic acid esters of mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids), sea salt, flavouring.
Alpro.. not also!!
Alpro cuisine is for sauce. More like base for be he also Most milks don't have oils
Question Author
Sorry for such a delayed response!
I prefer milk subs as I believe cattle are fed and injected with who-knows-what and ‘dairy’ generally I would avoid- though I do cave-in to a bit of cheddar...... I can’t take soya as it clashes with my thyroid.
If I can get more hemp seeds, I will try a ‘homemade’ milk from that!
Thank you for all your responses!!
if its not dietary but ethical, you might try looking at ethical or cruelty free milk.
Here's one
Question Author
Woofgang, thank you for the link to such a beautiful caring farm that seems to have love and compassion for their animals.
I was so impressed, that I’ve email them with a bit of praise and encouragement!

1 to 14 of 14rss feed

Do you know the answer?

Dairy-Free Milk Substitutes.

Answer Question >>

Related Questions

Sorry, we can't find any related questions. Try using the search bar at the top of the page to search for some keywords, or choose a topic and submit your own question.