I've been experimenting with Coconut and Almond milks but they all seem to have additives, which includes gums. If you drink these, then what brand do you buy and where do you buy it?
Split between homemade from shredded coconut (either Let's Do Organic or Bob's Red Mill, whichever is cheaper on amazon at the time I place the order), and Golden Star Coconut Milk. This is from WalMart, so I'm sure it kills puppies and kittens in some way, but it is inexpensive and the ingredient list is just coconut and water.
I drink regular old milk from Germany, it's in a glass bottle non-homogenized and gently pasteurized and grass fed. 1-2 liters a day straight down the hatch.
To make my matsoni yogurt I use low-temp pasteurized milk from the store, heated to 60 C for 30 minutes.
For occasional straight consumption I purchase actual raw milk from a producer in Hokkaido. Very very delicious but that's a luxury item since it costs 1,050 yen for 720 ml. That's like buying a $13 bottle of wine. At current exchange rates that comes out to about $72/gallon, so don't complain to me about prices at Whole Foods! I wish I could get things at Whole Food prices.
So I only get a couple bottles every couple of weeks. Comes in a glass bottle too.
Raw milk from a local farmerwith Jersey cows. I drink less than 8 oz. a day. I drink some fresh, some I ferment into kefir.
1 can of cocnut milk a week, usually in coffee.
Commercial almond milk is disgustion and has minimal nutrition in my opinion.
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