Dairy alternatives

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Milk Alternatives (30)
Vegan cheese (3)
Green Geek-Vegan Cashew Yoghurt
Cashew Nut Yogurt | Natural Flavor | Vegan
The Green Geek
150 Gr
฿50.00 / Piece Add to cart
Oatly-Oat Drink Barista Edition - Vegan Bangkok
Oat Milk | Barista Edition
1 L
฿145.00 / Piece Add to cart
Sunkist-Pistachio Milk (unsweetened)
Swees-vegan Cheese bangkok-Swiss Style
Green Geek - Vegan Cashew Nut Yogurt Piña Colada - Organic Village
Cashew Nut Yogurt | Vegan | Piña Colada
The Green Geek
150 Gr
฿55.00 / Piece Add to cart
Milklab - Oat - Organic Village
Oatly - Oat Drink 1L - Organic Village
Oat Drink | The Original
฿140.00 / Piece Add to cart
Balance-180ML Side Riceberry Drink 2
Balance ORD 180ML Front Original Rice Drink2
Oatly - Oat Milk Chocolate 1L - Bangkok Vegan - Organic Village
Oat Milk | Chocolate
1 L
฿140.00 / Piece Add to cart
Oatside - Barista Blend
Swees-vegan Cheese bangkok-Cheddar
Swees-vegan Cheese bangkok-Mozzarella
Blue Diamond Almond - Almond Milk - Chocolate 946ml
Almond Breeze | Almond Milk 946ml | Chocolate
Blue Diamond
946 ml
฿109.00 / Piece Add to cart
Milklab - Macadamia - Organic Village
Naturel - Canola Oil - Vegan Butter
Oatly - Oat Milk 1L - Bangkok Vegan - Organic Village
Blue Diamond Almond - Almond Milk - Original 180ml
Almond Breeze | Almond Milk 180ml | Original
Blue Diamond
180 ml
฿68.00 / Piece Add to cart
Balance_Dark Choco Cereal Drink1

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What are 3 dairy alternatives?

Dairy alternatives, in a nutshell, refer to foods or drinks that can be used as substitutes for cheese, milk, and other dairy products. Dairy products as well as dairy alternatives are packed with protein, calcium, and other essential nutrients. People go for dairy alternatives because of cow milk allergy, lactose intolerance, or strictly follow a vegan diet.

Here are 3 dairy alternatives:

  1. Almond Milk: It is made from grounded almonds and it’s a popular alternative to cow milk. It is a good source of healthy fats, low in calories and fat, and can be used in a wide variety of ways such as in cooking, baking, and cereals.
  2. Soy Milk: It is made from soy protein isolate and whole soybeans and is quite a great source of proteins. You can use soy milk in cereals, cooking, or even baking.
  3. Oat Milk: Known for its creamy taste and texture, oat milk is a good alternative to cow milk and a great source of fiber and carbohydrates. It can equally be used in cereals, cooking, and baking.

Other dairy alternatives include coconut milk, hemp milk, flax milk, and rice milk.

What do vegans eat instead of dairy?

Vegans are individuals who avoid all kinds of animals products from their diet. Instead, they focus on a plant-based diet. A vegan avoids any diet that is deemed to exploit animals. In essence, a vegan diet entails plant foods (vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes, seeds, and grains).

Vegans eat plant-based alternatives to dairy products which include:

  • Milk alternatives such as almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk, and oat milk.
  • Cream alternatives such as soy cream and coconut cream.
  • Yogurt alternatives that are essentially made from coconut, almond, and soy milk.
  • Cheese alternatives that are made from soy protein, seeds, and nuts.
  • Butter alternatives: Examples include coconut oil, olive oil, and margarine.

How long does it take your body to get used to no dairy?

The period it takes for your body to adjust to a dairy free diet varies from one person to the other. Typically, it takes a few weeks for your body to adjust. However, it is important to note that the lack of lactose in the body could lead to some people experiencing a number of symptoms such as bloating, gas and constipation. Others experience zero symptoms. That said, a dairy free diet is not for everyone. You should consider consulting your healthcare professional before making a switch or transitioning to a dairy free diet.