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  • neelu
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post
    anyone tried oat milk?

    jus tried it, tastes really nice and sweet too Alhamdulillah Allahumma Bareek
    I used to use it in my porridge and found it tasted better than using cows milk. I recommend that people buy unsweetened and organic milks wherever possible.

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  • ten_toes
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    Blue top cuz my parents didn't know you were meant to switch to green so I grew up with it. Sometimes green top. When I was dieting I had red.. really watery. I loved evaporated milk in my tea. I like sweetened soy milk as well. For smoothies I like coconut and Almond.

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  • Simply_Logical
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    anyone tried oat milk?

    jus tried it, tastes really nice and sweet too Alhamdulillah Allahumma Bareek

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by Muhammed_Abdullah View Post
    I have drunk cow milk all my life. I never tried any other milk.

    I would love to try goat milk and camel milk.
    Same would lurve to try goats and Camel milk

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by InTheBegining View Post
    Cows milk and Camel milk which is my favourite
    Where do you get the camel milk from?

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by Layla_ View Post
    Has anyone tasted hazelnut milk? Does it taste like Ferrero rocher lol
    Nah not tried it yet but if its like ferrero rocher. I think I might like it

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  • InTheBegining
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    Cows milk and Camel milk which is my favourite

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  • Muhammed_Abdullah
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    I have drunk cow milk all my life. I never tried any other milk.

    I would love to try goat milk and camel milk.

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  • neelu
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    Oh wow you used to live in Eire? Where abouts? What was it like? I've always wanted to go there. Even cooler that you kept goats.

    I've heard that homogenised milk is harder to digest so cos I had digestion problems, I did switch to unhomogenised organic full fat milk but I don't remember it making any discernible difference in my case. Now I'm trying to avoid cows milk altogether for health reasons. It seems to make my throat issues a bit worse, but I haven't given up dairy completely (still have a bit of ghee or cheese from time to time).

    Originally posted by isa_muhammad View Post

    In natural milk before processing, the cream tends to collect at the top of the bottle/container.
    It tends to sour in 48 hours.

    Homegenization is a process by where the milk is forced through tiny holes under pressure which breaks up the fat globules, changing the characteristics of the milk, as the fat no longer comes to the top and is dispersed.
    There is light homeginization and a more extreme version.
    Milk in the UK has been slowly becoming more processed as it has been deregulated into the private sector.
    Shelf life has increased to weeks .. but "human shelf life" seems to be getting shorter. Alas!

    I used to keep goats in the Republic of Ireland (Eire).
    I didn't really want to come back to UK .. had little choice really.
    Shaytan is everywhere. If it's not one thing, then it's another..

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  • ThisIsJannah
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    I used to drink semi-skimmed milk, now I only drink free-range organic whole milk, they taste better even though high in fat, who cares you have to die one day anyways.  Has anyone noticed difference between organic and non-organic milk? organic milk seems to be more creamy.
    Last edited by ThisIsJannah; 03-11-19, 10:04 AM.

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  • Layla_
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    Has anyone tasted hazelnut milk? Does it taste like Ferrero rocher lol

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Originally posted by isa_muhammad View Post

    In natural milk before processing, the cream tends to collect at the top of the bottle/container.
    It tends to sour in 48 hours.

    Homegenization is a process by where the milk is forced through tiny holes under pressure which breaks up the fat globules, changing the characteristics of the milk, as the fat no longer comes to the top and is dispersed.
    There is light homeginization and a more extreme version.
    Milk in the UK has been slowly becoming more processed as it has been deregulated into the private sector.
    Shelf life has increased to weeks .. but "human shelf life" seems to be getting shorter. Alas!

    I used to keep goats in the Republic of Ireland (Eire).
    I didn't really want to come back to UK .. had little choice really.
    Shaytan is everywhere. If it's not one thing, then it's another..
    Thanks for the explanation JazakAllah khayran

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  • isa_muhammad
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post

    Sorry to sound thick but what is homogenised and non homogenised?
    In natural milk before processing, the cream tends to collect at the top of the bottle/container.
    It tends to sour in 48 hours.

    Homegenization is a process by where the milk is forced through tiny holes under pressure which breaks up the fat globules, changing the characteristics of the milk, as the fat no longer comes to the top and is dispersed.
    There is light homeginization and a more extreme version.
    Milk in the UK has been slowly becoming more processed as it has been deregulated into the private sector.
    Shelf life has increased to weeks .. but "human shelf life" seems to be getting shorter. Alas!

    I used to keep goats in the Republic of Ireland (Eire).
    I didn't really want to come back to UK .. had little choice really.
    Shaytan is everywhere. If it's not one thing, then it's another..
    Last edited by isa_muhammad; 01-11-19, 11:59 PM.

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  • Simply_Logical
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    Sorry to sound thick but what is homogenised and non homogenised?

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  • Simply_Logical
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    So I literally just tried cashew nut milk,
    ​​​​​​Omggggg I'm in lurve lol

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