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 Post subject: What is your favourite choc soy milk brand?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2005 11:19 am 
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hands down my vote goes to Chocolate silk. THis product is actually comparable to, and BETTER THAN, regular cow's milk chocolate milk, so any meat eater or vegetarian reading this, TRY this brand and it will

BLOW YOU AWAY because it is that good. It is better than the cow's milk chocolate milk we used to all drink.

And also, to all you vegans, which brand of choc soy milk do you like the best? I have tried So Good, SOY Nice and by far the Silk blows these other ones out of the water.

Yesterday I drank a whole 2 litre carton in one day!!! :shock:

Also, which you guys prefer, Nayonaise or Veganaise?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2005 12:12 pm 
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So Good is what I drink for regular milk. I have alpro chocolate milk. Not sure if you can buy Silk in this country


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In the Netherlands there is only Alpro Soja, or atleast I am only aware of that kind. The chocolate milk is allright, but if I drink chocalate milk I just mix chocolate powder with regular soy milk.


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Sorry, I'm not a huge help...rarely drink soy milk...when I buy it, I usually buy Silk (the other two brands mentioned, I've never seen) and I buy Plain - not vanilla or chocolate. Basically, I buy soymilk for cooking so I don't want any flavor other than what I am making. Also, don't like mayonaise so I don't buy any substitute for it. Guess that makes me rather bland.

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veganmadre wrote:
Also, don't like mayonaise so I don't buy any substitute for it.


I *always* hated mayo, it's some of the nastiest stuff on the planet, but I put Nayonaise on a lot of my sandwiches. :)

I think the only chocolate soymilk I've ever bought was Silk, and that was only for making protein shakes. I was once a huge fan of milk, but since I've been vegetarian/vegan I only use it for cooking and putting on my breakfast cereal. Mostly the latter. Silk is the best I've had. (They make an awesome eggless nog during the Christmas season.) I'm also glad that soymilk is finally reasonably priced; back when I started this diet/lifestyle a liter of Edensoy cost about the same as a half-gallon of dairy milk.


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alpro is, in my opinion the only enjoyable brand.
i could not even force myself to drink the others :evil:


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Sknydpr wrote:
I'm also glad that soymilk is finally reasonably priced; back when I started this diet/lifestyle a liter of Edensoy cost about the same as a half-gallon of dairy milk.


:shock:

I cannot wait to try the eggless egg nog - if the chocolate silk is any indication it will be absolutely delicious.

DOnt you like drinking the choc silk any more Dan?

P.S. You and I are opposites on the mayo. I LOVED mayo - even on fries!!! :?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2005 6:21 pm 
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lelle wrote:
alpro is, in my opinion the only enjoyable brand.
i could not even force myself to drink the others :evil:

Have you tried the silk brand lelle?


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hmm, silk? i don't think that it is available in germany. at least i haven't seen it yet.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2005 6:28 pm 
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chocolate SILK is the best


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send me some :lol:


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Soy Dream and Silk are my favorites but there are quite a few brands that are pretty good.

I've also been drinking almond milk lately and some rice milk as well.

I didn't even much breakfast cereal at all over the past 2 years but now I have 7 boxes in my apartment and I've been eating 3 bowls or more a day.

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compassionategirl wrote:
P.S. You and I are opposites on the mayo. I LOVED mayo - even on fries!!! :?


Well, you ARE Canadian. ;) :D

No, I just don't get too excited about chocolate milk, I don't know why 'cause I do love chocolate.


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whats almond milk taste like?

I want to try almond butter but its about $8 or $9 here.


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