questionscow/soy/almond - what's your milk pleasure?

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Chocolate Soy is okay but other than that I need genuine cow juice... however, when I say it that way I can see why the vegans think it's disgusting :)

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@jeremytheindian: No no, cow juice is what comes out of a burger after you bite into it!

Milk is baby cow food :)

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Soy, preferably original or unsweetened, though I have to admit I've never tried the other flavors. Tried unsweetened almond milk a couple of times and hated it. Might try the vanilla if it goes on sale somewhere. Want to try rice milk; I've heard that it's pretty good. Grew up drinking cow, but it's been leaving a bad taste in my mouth lately, and I usually end up throwing away most of the jug since I don't drink it very often. On the other hand, I can go through the soy milk in a few days, whether in cereal or straight out a glass.

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Almond. Although I seriously have hesitations about proclaiming the love of the taste of nut milk in my mouth.

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I like soy or almond. I gave up cow's milk years ago. My girlfriend likes 1%

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Soy and Almond milk isn't milk its juice. Milk comes from animals. But to answer the question I like whole milk best even though it is a rare treat.

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Not a milk drinker, but sometimes like it in my coffee. Am currently using La Lechera (sweetened condensed milk); also like Half & Half. Use coconut milk & regular condensed milk for cooking. Fresh milk gets 'unfresh' very fast in my house. Though, I've heard you can freeze it, I always forget. Much worse than 'sour grapes.'

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100% skim cow milk (baby cow food...I like that). At least three or four cups a day. Dad comes from a long line of dairy farmers and, although he became an engineer and left the farm, we still believe the consumption of large amounts of real dairy products that come from real cows is good for the family business. Which also means that cheese and ice cream are consumed with great regularity as well.

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Skim cow milk. Mostly because it's what I grew up drinking so it's a comfort food. I only buy free range cow milk- it seems like when I buy the cheap brands every now and then there's a funky aftertaste that's never present in free range. (not to mention the ethical issues)

I also don't like the idea of squeezing beans and calling it 'milk' or processing those same beans and calling it 'chikn'

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Cow, and of the chocolate variety.

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Dark chocolate Almond milk - so yummy!

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I like all three, but the almond milk I've seen doesn't really have any protein.

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Human. When it isn't available Cow.

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Cow. 2%.

occasionally, i get a treat and get to have whole milk (usually when it's leftover from something else we cooked/baked). those days are very nice.

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I love all cow milk and most almond milk. The only almond milk I don't like is the plain.

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Milk - squeezed from live cows! I use a 50/50 mix of lactose free skim milk and almond or coconut milk. Each of them seem to be missing some element that, when combined, they seem complete. I don't care for soy or rice milk at all. My favorite is coconut milk but it's got a lot of fat so I mostly stick to almond. I either buy the dark chocolate flavor or mix in a little Hershey's Special Dark chocolate syrup.

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I prefer human. It comes in the nicest containers.