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PostPosted: Sat Feb 04, 2012 2:01 pm 
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I pretty much hate all non-dairy milk so I don't eat cereal or anything anymore. I buy the light alpro for coffee but I normally throw most of it out because it makes coffee and tea taste weird, unless they are really sweetened lattes or something.


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When I was in America, I found the almond milk undrinkably watery

did you only try silk, or did you try almond breeze too? (i am with you on the silk almond milk. *squick*, but i love me some almond breeze)

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Waitrose has own-brand soy milk?

yup! we have Waitrose UHT unsweetened currently on rotation in our fridge.

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i am with you on the silk almond milk. *squick*, but i love me some almond breeze

oh, how i miss Almond Breeze. that was my top choice for drinking straight from the glass.

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Alpro is pretty much all i ever drink, but i loves almond milk too :)


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:42 am 
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My dad bought me the unsweetened but not light fresh one. It's horrible, I can't get used to it. I can stomach the light UHT one, even though it's sweetened, but this one is not good. I'll try it again later, maybe it was just because I had boring cereal this morning.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:16 pm 
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I just opened a container of Alpro unsweetened...and it smells like feet. Doesn't taste like anything so I can't tell what's up, but it really smells like dirty feet.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 7:17 am 
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The fresh one? yeah it's properly gross! I had some last night and even with milkshake syrup in it didn't disguise the beany gross taste. I love the light unsweetened one but the non light version YUK!

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 7:23 am 
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Oh no I guess I didn't get the light one. I can't believe something that smells like that is actually edible!

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I just tried Tesco Organic soya (I think it's unsweetened, but I'm too lazy to get up just now and check) and it's gross. Not overly soybeany but sort of watery? I don't know. I need to try Alpro unsweetened light.... unless it smells like feet.


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 Post subject: Re: Favourite non dairy milk?
PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 4:14 am 
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It doesn't smell like feet I promise. I don't think the full fat one smells bad either, it just tastes proper gippin'.

Tesco used to do a fresh healthy living one that was cheaper than alpro but tasted just like it. Sainsbury's unsweetened fresh one used to be ok too but I haven't bought it for a while.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 1:16 pm 
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I think the Alpro UHT original is my favourite. I started out buying Tesco own brand until I realised that every carton had a faulty spout and it splashed soy milk all over the kitchen when I shook it. I guess I've gotten used to the taste because I'll drink it straight up (cold, of course - it tastes beany when lukewarm or warmer). We go through 3-5 cartons a week, depending on the amount of cereal and tea we have (and if I'm drinking it straight).

I used to like Oatly, but the last time I had it, I was disappointed. I also can't drink any of the currently available non-dairy chocolate milks straight. I'll buy the fresh Alpro, but I have to cut it with the plain stuff. Otherwise it tastes too much of cocoa powder.

I like Alpro vanilla for tea, but I can pretty much only get it in one shop now (Sainsbury's at Cameron Toll), so I'll use the blue box if I can't get out there. I go back and forth on Ecomil almond milk - I kinda like the taste, but it's insanely expensive and was kinda gritty the last time I bought it. I also keep a carton of the unsweetened Alpro UHT for savoury stuff (like sauces), but I've had the same container (unopened) in my fridge since before we moved.

I really wanna try the new varieties of Alpro (or is it Provamel?), but my hfs doesn't have them! :(

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 11:43 am 
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I just tried the Alpro almond milk. It's OK, but it has a strong salted nut smell. I still prefer soy for straight drinking, so I'll probably use the rest of the almond on my cereal and go back to soy when I run out. But it would be my preference if I had to make something for someone who was sensitive to soy.

Oh, but when I was in Glasgow yesterday, I saw Almond Dream (next to the Rice Dream, so presumably the same makers), which I think is new. It was only £1.79. I didn't buy any, but I should've. It was at the local hfs rather than H&B, so I don't know how wide-spread it is (since I'm sure I didn't see it at my local hfs).

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 Post subject: Re: Favourite non dairy milk?
PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 2:23 pm 
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I have tried oat and rice milk and was not keen at all!

I think coconut milk is my favourite, although I am happy to have unsweetened soya milk.

Has anyone tried the Kallo Organic soy?

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:32 pm 
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Tried the Alpro hazelnut drink today, very good but a bit watery. Made a hell of a hot chocolate though!


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 Post subject: Re: Favourite non dairy milk?
PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2012 10:32 am 
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I love the new alpro hazelnut milk! Pretty expensive, but I dont think theres much turning back now...
Wouldnt mind trying the almond one, but the tesco near me doesnt stock it


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Sainsbury's are doing Alpro milks 2 for £2 - that includes the almond and hazelnut

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 3:57 am 
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Are the new alpro milks UHT or fresh? I'm going to have to look out for them next time I'm in Sainsbury's.

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Are the new alpro milks UHT or fresh? I'm going to have to look out for them next time I'm in Sainsbury's.


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I've only seen the new Alpr milks in the long-life aisle, so I suspect that they might be selling chilled UHT...

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cool thanks, I'll check both aisles!

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kookies_n_creem I've tried the Kallo milk and think it's pretty good. Haven't had the chocolate version yet.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:03 pm 
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Oohhhh lots of Alpro fans here! I tend to buy the Provamel organic unsweetened one as its usually on offer at €1.29 and I get a 15% discount off that at the co-op I volunteer for. I have had the Lidl one too but dont like that as much as the Provamel one. My partner has a thing for Rice Dream vanilla on his breakfast but its too sweet for me.


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I bought some alpro almond milk to try.

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I've only seen the new Alpro milks in the long-life aisle, so I suspect that they might be selling chilled UHT...

WRONG. I went to a proper-sized Sainsbury's today, and there are UHT and not-UHT versions of both.

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Yeah I found the almond and hazelnut milks in the chiller in Tesco. I didn't look in the UHT section.

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