From soy to oat to almond, a wide variety of plant-based milks are available on the market so it can get a little overwhelming when knowing what to choose. I used them all and like to rotate milks in my smoothies! For those of you who aren’t familiar with pea milk, here are a few facts and reasons why you may want to give it a try:.
- Unlike many plant-based milks — such as almond and coconut milk — pea milk is comparable to cow’s milk in protein content.
- In addition to protein, pea milk contains many nutrients such as potassium, iron and calcium. Like many other plant-based milks, it’s enriched with some of these nutrients.
- It’s low in calories but has a much rich and creamier texture than most other plant-based milks.
Conclusion: We checked out the ingredients/taste of several pea milks and Ripple Foods came in #1. It is available at Whole Foods Market here in Mount Pleasant.
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