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Alpro milks 2 for £2 at Co-op Inc Soya, Coconut, Almond

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Posted 9th Jul 2018Available: National

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Alpro alternative vegan milks 2 for £2 at IN STORE at Co-op Inc Soya, Coconut, Almond .

Usually £1.60 each in store at my local co-op
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Michaelgell914 h, 50 m ago

No such thing as vegan milk, soya milk, almond milk etc.


You can keep your cow-breast milk
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Delicious milks. Heated.
Hazelnut?
80p saving for me. I buy them for 1.40 from tescos
never buy these at full price always wait till they are a £1 each before l bite. Even at a £1 they quite expensive considering they only have about 3% nuts in them so it said on a bbc report. l actually pref rude health compared to these but they are really expensive even when they are reduced compared to Alpros.
Just wait till they are £1 at asda and stock up for weeks. They are good for mixing protein powders and porridge
Edited by: "padamowicz93" 9th Jul 2018
tomlewis0071 h, 24 m ago

Hazelnut?


What happened with hazelnut. Can’t find anywhere..
No such thing as vegan milk, soya milk, almond milk etc.
97% is just water in these, wish if I had the time to make fresh milk from nuts
sazal09/07/2018 17:29

80p saving for me. I buy them for 1.40 from tescos


£1.40 each? Or 2 for £1.40
Michaelgell912 h, 46 m ago

No such thing as vegan milk, soya milk, almond milk etc.


That's why on the label they always describe the product as something like "Soya *Alternative* to milk", meaning that you use it as an alternative in place of milk. Obviously it's not an actual milk because soya beans, hazlenuts, oats, or almonds don't actually have mammary glands, but everyone knows that you use these products in place of milk and they look pretty much like milk.
skyebluebirch58 m ago

£1.40 each? Or 2 for £1.40


Each. Hahaha i wish for both.
Michaelgell914 h, 50 m ago

No such thing as vegan milk, soya milk, almond milk etc.


You can keep your cow-breast milk
Nut milk should only be bought in pairs 🤭
flamethrower14 h, 55 m ago

97% is just water in these, wish if I had the time to make fresh milk from …97% is just water in these, wish if I had the time to make fresh milk from nuts


It’s just nuts and water blended using a hand blender or Nutribullet or the like. Doesn’t take more than a minute. You can jazz it up with vanilla extract, sea salt and whatnot but I don’t bother.
Oat Milk is really good (especially in coffee or porridge), tastes like cream/condensed milk. Hopefully it's part of this deal and co-op stock it.
I had only ever had the long life soy milk before and disliked it immensely. Then i tried this fresh soy and its so delicious, I am not a vegan, i am also a fat unit but not drinking this for any dietary reasons. I just prefer the taste. I have had people try this who were skeptical before, and converted them. Its more expensive than milk, but its a great and healthy alternative.
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Scaurus510/07/2018 00:34

Milk is for babies so you can keep your cow milk


Suck my udder. No one has caught any harm drinking milk all these years
£3 for 3 in asda. Wife has them in various shakes and smoothies...
deleted54049710th Jul

Suck my udder. No one has caught any harm drinking milk all these years


I believe the USA are the highest consumers of dairy and have the highest rates of osteoporosis. A lot of people are also lactose intolerant, so I don’t think this is totally correct.
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