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Has anyone got any suggestions for which dairy free milk is good in coffee. Don't want to give up my one cup a day but have to give up cows dairy as littlest one Is intolerant to it.

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veece123
about 2 years

That's interesting. How do you make it?

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gingerglow
about 2 years

soy can be highly processed but i make my own soy milk so i know what im putting in it which works well too.

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veece123
about 2 years

Is there a reason why soy milk is not recommended? Think I read something negative about it but can't remember what it was or where I read it.

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Madeleine Shaw
about 2 years

I love almond milk xx

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HeatherD
about 2 years

The Rude Health almond milk is really nice. Sweeter than the Alpro one and delicious in coffee, porridge etc

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veece123
about 2 years

That might take some getting used to katieT, I love a really milky coffee! Have tried with almond milk and not loving that so might give it a go without any. Otherwise might end up just switching for herbal tea until I stop breast feeding and can have a little cows milk again.

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KatieT
about 2 years

Have you tried having your coffee black? Once you get used to it, it's absolutely lovely. Makes life easier as don't have to worry about having the right milk in either!

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pincess
about 2 years

I like rice milk as its a little sweeter X

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veece123
about 2 years

Thanks I'll try those.

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autieflipper
about 2 years

I like coconut or almond milk in mine