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Draylon · 08/01/2016 13:26

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ItsAllGoingToBeFine · 08/01/2016 13:29

Concerns about soy are probably very overblown, but if you are concerned, products made with young beans (Edamame) or fermented beans (tofu/tempeh) are believed to be "safe".

Could you use a nut milk instead? they're much nicer

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Draylon · 08/01/2016 14:24

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ItsAllGoingToBeFine · 08/01/2016 14:34

Some are sweetened, some aren't, the same as soy milk. Of course there is also also rice, coconut, and oatmilks if you are avoiding dairy. They are usually fortified, and may have stabilisers/thickeners/oil etc in them. Remember cows milk has a lot of sugar in too.

Different brands of the same type of milk will taste different, as well as different types of milk obviously. In a smoothie i t probably doesn't matter too much as will be quite masked by the flavours of the smoothie.

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