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Re: Milk substitute
« Reply #20 on: March 11, 2011, 05:28:14 PM »
They are completely different foods.  In my opinion, almond milk isn't worth the money you have to spend to buy it - aside from that I dont know much about it.


Also, do almonds naturally seem like a "milky" food to you? IMO, not really.
Thinking like that, how many f*cking almonds would it take to make a milk out of it? Is that number of almonds a reasonable amount one would eat in a normal sitting if they were still full almonds? Probably not.

It's like the same thing with vegetable oil. Vegetables by nature aren't really oily at all. How many damn vegetables go into making all that oil? Kinda sickening the more you learn about the process. x.x