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    Milk Alternatives that are not nut, rice, or coconut based?

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    Are there any? Would hemp milk be a potentiality?

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    Is goat milk an option, or is all milk off the table?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timthetaco View Post
    Is goat milk an option, or is all milk off the table?
    I get bad gas with most dairy outside of yogurt.

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    hemp & flax are all that come to mind
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    If you're okay with seeds you could make sesame/sunflower/pepita milk. It's easy - just soak them, blend them, strain them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    hemp & flax are all that come to mind
    Hemp milk is good, except for high omega-6 levels. Still, I'd give it a shot.

    Flax is just as high, if not HIGHER than, soy in phytoestrogens so those with hormonal issues might want to avoid for the same reasons.

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    what about quinoa milk? I've bought it before (very expensive though) but you could probably make it.
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    im trying to limit my nut/seed intake. but wanted something to use in place of nut or coconut milk mashed sweet potatoes I eat almost daily.

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    Have you tried adding yogurt? May not taste that bad. I like mixing sour cream with my potatoes....

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    What about clarified butter?
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