Making Silk Organic Soymilk part of my daily routine #Silk4All Recipe

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When I learned I had a food sensitivity to whey, I gave up milk and yogurt. This meant no more cereal, no more cookies and milk snacks, and no more smoothies. It also meant that foods like quiche, creamy soups, pancakes, and mashed potatoes were off limits since they also contain milk. Major bummer, right?

Luckily, I discovered alternative milks from Silk like Silk Soymilk and Silk Coconutmilk. (They also make Silk Almondmilk, but since my daughter has a nut allergy I try to avoid having nut products in the house.) Currently, unsweetened Silk Organic Soymilk is my non-dairy milk of choice. Here’s why:

Unsweetened. In my opinion, Silk Organic Soymilk doesn’t need to be sweetened since I enjoy the taste straight from the…

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