Want milk that isn’t actually milk (from an animal)?


Cow’s milk is highly nutritious, but some people may choose not to drink it due to allergies, lactose intolerance, being vegan or wanting to be more environmentally-friendly. — Bloomberg

Cow's milk has been a staple in our diets for centuries and continues to be a popular choice up to today.

It is, in fact, so ubiquitous that the word “milk” is synonymous with cow’s milk, even though it actually means the fluid secreted by any female mammal to feed their young.

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