Better Than Milk Vegan Soy Powder, 25.9-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 2)
- Pack of two 25.9-ounce canisters of soy powder
- Made from soybeans; mix to your preferred thickness and taste
- 100% natural, vegan, dairy-free, lactose-free, gluten-free, kosher, non-GMO
- Each canister makes up to 8 quarts of soy milk
- Made in the USA
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Size: 51.8 Ounce
Tofu (Water, Soy Solids, Calcium Sulfate), Maltodextrin (From Corn), Modified Food Starch, Sunflower Oil, Calcium Blend (Calcium Carbonate, Tri-calcium Phosphate), Natural Flavors (No Msg, No Dairy), Sea Salt, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Anatase Titanium Dioxide (A Mineral For Color), Vegetable Mono and Diglycerides, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin), Vitamin E (Mixed Tocopherols).
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Top Customer Reviews
I thought that way for a long time, but I really wanted to get off the cow juice for many health reasons. So I started to try the various products out there and came away with a bad surprise - they were sweet!
I guess in a attempt to deal with a perceived aftertaste many of the manufacturers have decided to add sugar. Now I don't know about you but to me cow milk does NOT taste sweet - especially the 2% or 1% variety I was drinking previous to this product - so I didn't want my soy milk alternative to taste sweet either.
I almost gave up the search until I tried this product. I have purchased both the already prepared version of this product as well as the dry mix you just add water to and both versions DO NOT TASTE SWEET. They are the closest thing you are going to find to the taste of real milk - especially when well chilled.
I have tried the Silk Brand Unsweetened and there is just something too rich and creamy about it, the texture is wrong. I can't quite nail it down - it just seems like something I would pour into coffee, not over my breakfast cereal.
This is the better product - give it a try, I don't think you will be disappointed.
Will go back to buying liquid/fresh soymilk.
I have always have soymilk when I need, it taste great (some people may find it a little bland, but a tablespoon or two of sugar mixed shaken with 32 oz of water before adding the soy will take care of that), it convient, doesn't spoil, and I can add it to anything since heat doesn't affect it. A tablespoon or two in hot tea (with sugar) and another in some instant whole wheat oatmeal in the morning, and you have energy to burn first thing in the morning without taking the time to cook!
It's teriffic! Very easy to mix...can even do it with a spoon in a glass of water. Has a great taste and best of all it's a powder so it keeps pretty much forever. I'm trying to live more healthily and this stuff makes the pefect base for my morning smoothie, tastes exactly the same as when I made it using milk, even works ouit cheaper (and higher in protein...well, a bit).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Mixes easily, not sweetened. Great milk substitute for traveling.Published 1 month ago by Lee Bennett
Fast shipping, great product when you only use soy milk periodically. No waste. ThanksPublished 2 months ago by slm
Not sure that the titanium dioxide is safe to eat, but it does make it white!
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I bought this as a substitute for powdered milk in baking and it works perfectly. Doesn't negatively impact anything about yeast bread at all. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Coghan
They have changed the formula and it doesn't taste or mix the same as my old stuff. The price is way up also more than $10 over what I last paid for two cartons.Published 3 months ago by joannlakes
I can't figure out how to make this taste like the Silk Vanilla Soy that I regularly use. I'm throwing it out.Published 3 months ago by JDM
I ordinarily make my soy milk from beans, but when I am baking or am running low on my soymilk, I use this powder as a quick replacement. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Colby
I use this milk years ago when it first came out. I bought it at the health food store before there was soy, almond or rice milk on the shelves of regular grocery stores, but they... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Larry W.