Soya Milk & Drinks

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Soya milk alternatives and soya drinks are 100% plant-based drinks which are perfect alternatives to dairy based drinks like milk and milkshakes.

 

They are particularly suitable for anyone following a vegan diet. Or if you have a lactose intolerance or are sensitive or allergic to dairy products.

 

There’s no need to miss out on something delicious just because you can’t eat dairy!

 

There are a number of reasons why someone may choose to follow a vegan diet, including moral reasons, health reasons or because veganism can be more sustainable for the planet.

 

Veganism is said to be more environmentally friendly than a carnivorous diet as it produces less greenhouse gas emissions and uses less resources such as land and fresh water.

 

What is soya milk alternative?

Soya milk alternative is a plant-based drink that is used as a dairy free substitute for cow’s milk.

 

It is one of the most popular milk alternatives due to its creamy texture and authentic taste.

 

Soya milk alternative is made by soaking, removing the skin, and grinding soy beans, before boiling the mixture and then filtering out the remaining particulates.

 

Other ingredients may be added for texture and taste.

 

Soya has been part of a traditional Asian diet for thousands of years and soya milk alternative can be bought in the shops or even made at home.

 

Is soya milk alternative good for you?

Soya milk alternative can be seen as a healthy alternative to cow’s milk.

 

Low in saturated fats

It has a high concentration of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, often known as “good fats”.

 

It is low in saturated fats and sugars as well as being lower in calories than cow’s milk.

 

Most plain soya milk alternatives are also free from artificial colours, flavourings and preservatives.

 

Soya: a good source of protein

Soya milk alternative also contains a similar amount of protein to cow’s milk. Protein helps to support muscle recovery, maintenance and growth and is especially important if you live an active lifestyle and enjoy exercising regularly.

 

What can soya milk alternative be used for?

Soya milk alternatives can be used directly in place of cow’s milk or other milks in tea, coffee, smoothies and in breakfast cereal. Or just on its own in a glass as a refreshing drink.

 

You can buy sweetened and unsweetened varieties of soya milk alternatives, and the one you decide to go for will simply depend on your taste.

 

Soya milk alternatives can also be used in baking recipes and desserts such as pancakes and cakes, where it can be substituted directly for cow’s milk.

 

What other soya products are available? 

There are a number of soya products which are great alternatives to their dairy-containing counterparts.

 

If you’re vegan or lactose intolerant, there’s no need for you to miss out on some sweet treats with these great substitutes:

 

Cream alternative

Provamel Organic Soya Alternative to Single Cream can be enjoyed hot or cold on your favourite dairy free desserts as well as adding to soups and sauces.

 

Try strawberries or mixed fruits with cream, for a simple yet tasty pudding or snack.

 

Milkshake alternatives

Provamel’s Soya Drink comes in either chocolate or strawberry flavour and is a great alternative to dairy-containing milkshakes, perfect for those with a sweet tooth.

 

These soya shakes are dairy and lactose free. They are also ethically sourced and sustainably produced.

 

Ready-made soya desserts

Provamel Soya Desserts are available in either vanilla or chocolate flavour and are a deliciously sweet dairy free pudding.

 

Ideal for a quick snack or a no-fuss dessert for anyone with a sweet tooth.

 

Custard alternative

Provamel Dairy Free Soya Custard Long Life is a great accompaniment for warm, comforting puddings like vegan sticky toffee pudding or vegan syrup sponge.

 

This custard is made from organic soya beans and is sweetened with wheat syrup to keep it light.

 

Is soya milk alternative suitable for a gluten free diet?

Soy beans in their original form and soy protein are both gluten free.

 

Most soya milk alternative is also gluten free. Some manufacturers may use flavourings and preservatives in their soya milk alternative ingredients which may contain gluten, so be sure to check the ingredients before you drink it.