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Old 03-04-08, 08:59 PM   #1
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can you make hot chocolate with soy milk

i want some now but never tried with soy milk and regular milk will only make me sick
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Old 03-04-08, 09:05 PM   #2
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Old 03-04-08, 10:49 PM   #3
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Sure. Why couldn't you? And (IMO) it would taste much better too.
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Old 03-04-08, 11:07 PM   #4
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i want some now but never tried with soy milk and regular milk will only make me sick
If you like the taste of soy milk sure why not?
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Old 03-04-08, 11:23 PM   #5
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I luv the Silk chocolate soy milk, it's thick and creamy - never had the regular milk - or the vanilla flavored.

Now that would be an interesting mix - the vanilla with some dark cocoa .... I'm intrigued. Probably a little sugar to offset some (not all) the cocoa ..... sprinkled with a bit of cinnamon. Oh, yes - very intrigued!
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Old 03-04-08, 11:27 PM   #6
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I just think it's cruel how they milk those poor little soy beans with vacuum machines. It's inhumane. They don't even have teats.
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Old 03-05-08, 01:38 AM   #7
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i want some now but never tried with soy milk and regular milk will only make me sick
Try almond milk. It will make a better tasting hot chocolate than soy milk does. I'm lactose intolerant myself.
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i want some now but never tried with soy milk and regular milk will only make me sick
A former coworker who was a vegan (is that the correct term?) used soy milk all the time. She made hot chocolate for the entire office (5 people on a busy day ). It tasted just like hot chocolate made with regular milk.
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One of my kids is lactose intolerant, and so we keep soy milk around. If there is a difference in chocolate milk, they can't tell the difference. I've actually thought about giving up regular milk, as I think I'm now the only "regular" milk drinker in the family, and I just use it on my cereal for breakfast.
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I mix chocolate soy milk with regular 2% milk all the time...
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Old 03-05-08, 10:01 AM   #11
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I luv the Silk chocolate soy milk, it's thick and creamy - never had the regular milk - or the vanilla flavored.

Now that would be an interesting mix - the vanilla with some dark cocoa .... I'm intrigued. Probably a little sugar to offset some (not all) the cocoa ..... sprinkled with a bit of cinnamon. Oh, yes - very intrigued!
You should try the vanilla- it's pretty good. I use it to cook oatmeal in- really tasty!
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Old 03-05-08, 10:47 AM   #12
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My daughter really likes the vanilla flavored Silk. Silk also makes chocolate.
I can't bring myself to try it yet.
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Old 03-05-08, 03:14 PM   #13
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Doesn't taste quite the same, but still good. Better cold than hot, though.

Milk substitute made from oats is almost indistinguishable from real milk. One of my brothers is allergic to milk protein, so he drinks that stuff all the time.
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