Vive soy 1 litre soya milk 29p at Home Bargains
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Vive soy 1 litre soya milk 29p at Home Bargains

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Found 8th Oct 2013
1litre cartons of Vive soy both sweetened and unsweetened varieties just 29p!
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Original Poster

I got this at the Edgeley store and they had shelves full of it :-)

Good price, they are £1 each at Tesco atm.

What is the due date please?

Original Poster

30/01/14 :-)

great price for that long a date too, great find!

Very good price. My local HB had the unsweetened and cappuccino flavours.

Original Poster

They now also have chocolate flavour, vanilla flavour and light varieties too :-)

Thanks for this, came just in time!

whao... I always buy this from tesco for £1 each, and sometimes at 1.25 ! BARGAIN!

What's the benefits of drinking this to cow's milk, and how bad does it taste comparing?

Main benefit is that, unlike dairy milk, it's mostly unsaturated fat with no cholesterol. Doesn't taste too bad, but generally go for one of the flavoured versions (vanilla etc) as it can be a little bland. Still, for those of us that have trouble with cows' milk this is a great alternative

Very good in coffee.

Mcall_r

What's the benefits of drinking this to cow's milk, and how bad does it … What's the benefits of drinking this to cow's milk, and how bad does it taste comparing?



There is no benefit. If you are lactose intolerant, get on raw milk. If you aren't lactose intolerance, get on raw milk.
If its a choice between conventional milk and this, then even then it's still fuzzy which is better. If you have lactose intolerance, then you have no choice, but be aware that the phytoestrogens in soy can have long term compilations if you're a guy. In terms of taste, any things going to taste good with sugar/sweeteners in it.

Also, since when did beans produce milk? Look at the back, only 6% or so of the "milk" is from extracted soybean. It's essentially water.

Edited by: "Smart_buyer" 13th Oct 2013

Smart_buyer

There is no benefit. If you are lactose intolerant, get on raw milk. If … There is no benefit. If you are lactose intolerant, get on raw milk. If you aren't lactose intolerance, get on raw milk. If its a choice between conventional milk and this, then even then it's still fuzzy which is better. If you have lactose intolerance, then you have no choice, but be aware that the phytoestrogens in soy can have long term compilations if you're a guy. In terms of taste, any things going to taste good with sugar/sweeteners in it.Also, since when did beans produce milk? Look at the back, only 6% or so of the "milk" is from extracted soybean. It's essentially water.

Please link me to the supporting evidence that 'proves' Soy is detrimental to male health.

Smart_buyer

There is no benefit.



Well apart from having half the calorie content, almost no saturated fat, and far less sugar. Apart from that there's absolutely no benefit.

It doesn't taste like cows milk though. A lot of people use it in porridge, but I think that tastes dreadful. I prefer to drink soya milk from the glass where it's nutty flavour is a pro rather than a con.

Blueto

Please link me to the supporting evidence that 'proves' Soy is … Please link me to the supporting evidence that 'proves' Soy is detrimental to male health.



There are many studies - have not read this particular document here, but it appears to reference all of them -westonaprice.org/soy…ent
Edited by: "Smart_buyer" 13th Oct 2013

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Well apart from having half the calorie content, almost no saturated fat, … Well apart from having half the calorie content, almost no saturated fat, and far less sugar. Apart from that there's absolutely no benefit.


That's because it's predominantly water. Saturated fat in milk is good for you - and in fact needed. I'd prefer natural lactose than maltodextrin tbh with you

The only benefit is that it hydrates you lol

Elgin store has Chocolate, Vanilla and Normal Soya Milk at the moment. Exp Date of 1/2/14

Just stocked up as the kids love the chocolate one.....

Original Poster

It tastes ok, the sweetened is nicer if you're not used to it. I have the unsweetened on my muesli and cereals. It contains none of the artificial hormones pumped into cows to keep them lactating, which are contributing to early puberty in young girls, hormone problems during the menopause and cellulite, it is easier to digest than cows milk. I have organic cows milk in my tea though, soya just isn't the same in your brew :-)

Original Poster

Love, loathe, agree or disagree, 29p is a good deal to me :-)

Google David Wolfe and find his lectures on estrogen dominance

Had these Liverpool stores @ Belle Vale shopping centre store,Huyton store,Bold St Store & St Johns shopping centre store last Wednesday, just the plain/original unsweetened Best B4 is 30/01/2014, i stocked up got approx. 48 bottles should keep me going until best b4 date as only have on cereals usually, even tho they r suppose 2b unsweetened they actually do have sugar in the ingredients and they do seem sweeter than the supermarket own brand soya to me!

fabulous find, thanks from me and my vegan friends!

Love this stuff and have stocked up thanks to the heads up from the original poster! Thanks HUKD!!

Managed to get some bottles of this today, heated and thanks OP for the heads up!

Had various different types & varying stock of this at Bold St & St Johns Centre stores Liverpool 2day, ie Vanilla, Sweetened & Unsweetened 29p each.

Original Poster

Still loads at my local store :-)

Banned

Smart_buyer

Also, since when did beans produce milk? Look at the back, only 6% or so … Also, since when did beans produce milk? Look at the back, only 6% or so of the "milk" is from extracted soybean. It's essentially water.



How much milk in cows milk one the water is extracted?
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