Smooth and delicious, Better Than Milk is a great
cost-effective way to get a lot of soymilk for less. 22.4 oz.
canister makes a whopping 8 quarts of soy milk that's great for
using in your recipes, mixing with cereal, baking or drinking
straight. Mix as much or as little as you need so that it always
stays fresh, and there's far less wasteful packaging with one small
container than all those cartons if you bought soymilk quarts
individually! Made from non-GMO soybeans. Available in Vanilla for
$16.99 and Original flavor for $17.99.
Vanilla Ingredients: Soymilk (soybeans, isolated soy protein,
filtered water), evaporated cane juice, natural vanilla flavor
(vanilla only), rice flour, calcium carbonate, dextrose (from
potatoes), sea salt, maltodextrin (from corn),
fructooligosaccharides, guar gum, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6,
vitamin A, folic acid, vitamin B12
Original Ingredients: Tofu (water, soy solids, calcium sulfate),
maltodextrin (from corn), modified food starch, sunflower oil,
dicalcium phosphate, natural flavors (no msg, no dairy), sea salt,
guar gum, amatase titanium dioxide (a mineral for color), vegetable
mono and diglycerides, xanthan gum, mixed tocopherols, vitamin B12
(cyanocobalamin), vitamin E (mixed tocopherols).
Used every morn for years
From Todd of San Marcos, Texas on 10/12/2012.
We mix up a 2 quart container and place it in the back of the frig. We put it on our blend of multigrain, lower fat, low sugar granola/muesli/oats. We love it and have been doing so for many years...t.o.d.
From Fran of Chicago, Illinois on 12/7/2011.
I had high hopes for this product as a non-dairy coffee creamer. However, I tried it twice and found it unpalatable both times. The taste is unpleasant, and the smell is even worse. I cannot even use this as a backup creamer, I must throw it away.
From Anonymous of Dallas, Texas on 2/16/2011.
gluten free and the best start to my day. It helps keep me from having a blood sugar let down in the mornings and subdue cravings for junk food before lunch.
From Linda of San Diego, California on 3/27/2010.
Perfect for making condensed milk.
Soy is good;milk tolerance is abnormal
From Anonymous of Los Angeles, California on 11/4/2009.
I don't know why some people are so concerned about what strangers drink. Soy milk is pretty good, especially for the lactose intolerant which is 80% of people in the world! It's abnormal to be able to drink cow's milk for humans and be able to ingest it!
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