What Milk do you find the healthiest these days?
Evaporated Milk, pasteurised, goats milk, soya milk, powdered milk or any other?
1 per sent milk is that fine baby .ok you are cool for a friend
I love soy milk. I think it is the healthiest milk to drink nowadays. Too many antibiotics, etc. are being injected into dairy and meat cattle; and, I don't want these things in my body.
I like the pasteurised and soya milk.I think both are healthiest.
I prefer almond or rice milk myself. I already probably eat too many soy products (moderation is a good thing) and cow's milk just disgusts me.
I've just never understood the importance of drinking milk from a different species. There are nearly 5000 identified mammals and we're the only ones who do this.
Truth is breast milk is healthiest, but I ain't drinkin' it. No milk is really healthy, very mucous causing. Everything you get from milk can be had elsewhere without the side effects.
just avoid the bio! only god knows what they're doing with that!
soy is delicious, but I would stick to the pasteurised milk, healthy, not too expensiv and allow some mixes!
As stated in one of my hubs, non-fat powdered milk comes out tops in my book. Not only a money saver, but is truly a convenience food. Hearing stories of irradiated fresh milk (for instance in trace amounts for any reason), who wouldn't want the added bonus of having a good, safe milk source already stashed conveniently in the pantry. Many people overlook the so-many benefits of powdered milk, that's what prompted my hub. Why not save money and drink a healthy glass of zero fat milk? Why not maximize all the benefits of this non-fat food component and use in recipes to save calories, too? So for many reasons, non-fat dry powdered milk gets thumbs up from yours truly!
by Meg Moon 6 years ago
I am dairy free but don't use soya milk because I have read that it is bad for you. My dad reckons it is not bad for you and all the negative stuff about it on the internet has been put out by the meat industry. Anyone know I'm feeling veyr confused?
by mschenten 9 years ago
Is it possible to use a small packet of gelatin instead of powdered milk for firming the yogurt?
by Aficionada 7 years ago
My son and daughter-in-law are coming for a visit very soon (from out-of-state). She is vegetarian, but she occasionally restricts her diet to veganism. I want to be prepared for both possibilities, but my imagination has gone blank for any vegan dishes. We have had them with us for...
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