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PostSubject: Milk Substitutes   Sat Nov 10, 2007 4:39 am

New! Almond Breeze® Unsweetened now available. Almond Breeze® is a non-dairy beverage made from real almonds, all natural, smooth and creamy with a hint of almonds. Almond Breeze® is a great tasting non-dairy beverage without the thin, chalky after taste of rice and soy beverages.
Almond Breeze® won the 2004 Best Taste Award from the prestigious American Culinary Institute (ACI). ACI is an independent, chef based judging organization.Enjoy Almond Breeze® chilled by the glass and on your cereal. You will love how it froths in coffee drinks, enhances fruit smoothies, and blends cup for cup in your favorite recipes.


  • Gluten, cholesterol and lactose free
  • Excellent source of calcium, vitamins D & E
  • Good source of vitamin A
  • A refreshing alternative to soy and rice non-dairy
    beverages
Comes in a sweetened version also

Site link http://www.bluediamond.com/shop/natural/almondBreeze32.cfm

OU certified

I am not sure of their source of the Vitamin D
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PostSubject: Re: Milk Substitutes   Sat Nov 10, 2007 6:23 am

Here is a comparison chart, which lists nutrients, Kosher status, GF, and additives.

http://www.ourgaggleofgirls.com/milk_subs.htm
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PostSubject: Meyenberg Goat Milk (dried) Organic   Sat Nov 10, 2007 6:34 am

http://www.meyenberg.com/?action=story

The MEYENBERG® tradition of producing quality goat milk began in the late 1800’s when a Swiss immigrant John B. Meyenberg, invented the process for evaporating cow’s milk. His son, John P. Meyenberg, could not drink cow’s milk. In the green pastures of California, John P. Meyenberg discovered that
delicious, nutritious goat milk was much easier to digest than cow milk. He knew that surely there must be others that would enjoy this “miracle” milk. In 1934, he was the first American to evaporate goat’s milk and the family tradition continues today.
]For over 70 years, MEYENBERG has kept the family pledge to produce the same natural, delicious, high-quality goat milk that our family has enjoyed for three generations.

All of our products are free of hormones, antibiotics, and preservatives.

Are your products Kosher?
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All of our products are Kosher. Our milks are certified kosher by Vaas Hakashrus in Denver, Colorado as indicated by the Scroll K emblem on our packaging. Our cheeses and butter are certified kosher by the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of San Francisco as indicated by the ORC emblem.

Is your milk certified as organic?
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We are not "certified organic"... however, the milk produced for MEYENBERG is free of antibiotics, pesticides, preservatives and Bovine Growth Hormones(BGH).

I've been told to stay away from dairy products and lactose. Does goat milk have lactose in it?
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Yes. All natural mammalian milks, including human milk, contain lactose (milk sugar). However, many people diagnosed as lactose intolerant people are able to tolerate goat milk. It has been suggested that the reason for this lies in its superior digestibility. Quickly passing through the digestive
tract, goat milk leaves less undigested residue behind in the colon to ferment and cause the unpleasant symptoms of lactose intolerance. Goat milk also has a natural buffering quality to it, making it an excellent choice for those with ulcers and/or sensitive or weak digestive systems.


Product page http://www.meyenberg.com/?action=products

I could not find GF info at the above links but found this:

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MEYENBERG GOAT MILK PRODUCTS

Jackson-Mitchell, the manufacturer of MEYENBERG Goat Milk Products, has been in business since 1934. With 2 manufacturing facilities, (Turlock, Ca, / Yellville, AR), Jackson Mitchell is the leading manufacturer of Goat Milk Products in the United States. We also provide powdered and canned Goat Milk Products to 11 foreign countries. Privately owned, Jackson Mitchell is the only company selling fluid goat milk nationwide, and is believed to be the only manufacturer of Evaporated Goat Milk worldwide. MEYENBERG Fresh Goat Milk is Grade A certified, and our dairy goats are free of growth hormones or antibiotics. MEYENBERG fresh goat milk is ultra-pasteurized, which gives an extended shelf life up to 63 days from the date of manufacture. All MEYENBERG Goat Milk Products are all natural, with no preservatives, antibiotics or rBST / BGH

  • Available in Whole Fresh, Low Fat Fresh, Instant Powder, Evaporated, and introducing MEYENBERG ‘European Style’ Goat Milk Butter
  • All Natural, no preservatives, antibiotics or growth hormones
  • MEYENBERG Fresh Goat Milk is a ‘real milk’ alternative to those that cannot tolerate cow’s milk. It is not a synthetic replacement
  • Appeals to those that choose to drink goat milk, due to its healthier benefits, as well as those that need to, due to cow milk allergies
  • Fresh Milk is Ultra-Pasteurized for extended life. (63 days unopened from date of manufacture). MEYENBERG Goat Milk is the only Ultra-Pasteurized Goat Milk on the Market today. · Award winning taste · MEYENBERG products are gluten free, and Kosher
    Certified
    (The Scroll K)
    For additional information, please visit the MEYENBERG Website at,
    www.meyenberg.com, or call us at 1-800-891-GOAT (4628)
Found it HERE http://www.npicenter.com/Listings/CompanyDetail.aspx?companyId=23499
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PostSubject: Organic Rice milk- Miss Robens   Sat Nov 10, 2007 6:47 am

This 100% vegetable, Organic, GMO-free, creamy dry white milk powder
alternative when added to water has the opacity, flavor, & mouth
feel of typical 2% fat milk without the dairy. Use as a beverage or in
any recipe calling for milk, powdered milk, or Dari-Free™
To make milk: Use 1/4 cup powder for every 8oz water. Start with a small
amt of hot water to dissolve powder before adding remaining cold water.
Chill & serve. Refrigerate unused liquid for up to 5-7 days Shelf life 24 months.

Kosher Parve OU.

Feingold® - Stage 1.
Certified by GFCO (Gluten-Free Certification Organization) as Gluten-Free Certified Organic
Certified Vegan
GMO-Free

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PostSubject: MAKE YOUR OWN RICE MILK   Sat Nov 10, 2007 6:47 am

Homemade Rice Milk <----------Click on link
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