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Our almonds also come from South Australia, with many almond farms located on the iconic Murray River. The farmers adopt a dense tree planting technique as this has proven to reduce water and fertiliser which makes the business more environmentally sustainable long term.

Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor’s Rhubarb

Almond milk is made from ground almonds and is lower in calories than other milks as long as it is unsweetened. As it is not an animal product it is cholesterol free, has no saturated fat, and is naturally lactose free making it ideal for those with intolerances. Anchor Skim Milk has 4. Almond and Macadamia nut milks are also rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids, which studies have shown improves blood cholesterol and benefit insulin levels. Harvard Medical School report Macadamias are rich in heart-friendly monounsaturated fats and contain a wide range of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help maintain health and well-being.

The best choice for a person depends on a variety of factors. Everything is natural - There are no added artificial flavours or colours, no refined sugars or artificial sweeteners. There is also no carrageenan a thickening substance found in many nut milks, and although research is not conclusive, it has been linked to digestive problems.

Covet has a higher percentage almonds and is all natural. Almond milk can be used in cakes, breads, muffins and other baked goods. Replacing dairy with almond milk is easy because there is no need to adjust the quantity. Simply replace the amount of cow's milk the recipe calls for with an equal amount of almond milk. The substitution can affect the baking time, so you may need to remove your dish from the oven a few minutes earlier than the recipe indicates.

If you want to use almond milk in a baked custard or pudding or another recipe that is expected to be thick, add a few extra tablespoons of a thickening agent, whether it be flour or cornstarch.

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Almond is better than Macadamia for steaming. Covet Macadamia and Almond milks are perfect for blending smoothies, pouring over breakfast cereals, or on its own. Stir almond milk into your coffee as a gourmet creamer or if you are adventurous marry chocolate macadamia with a spot of baileys for an evening drink.

The right milk for you depends upon your dietary needs and is individual. Covet Nut Milks like the cold.

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Refrigerate your nut milks as soon as you get them home. Separation will occur because we do not use any additives or emulsifiers to prevent this natural process from happening. Give the milk a healthy shake and it's ready to enjoy! Yes they are all gluten free and use only natural ingredients for flavour and sweetness in the flavoured varieties.

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For infants, it should not be used in place of breast milk or formula. We recommend talking to a paediatrician about the best diet for your child. Yes, the bottles can be recycled, just remove the graphic sleeve before placing it in the recycle bin. Toggle navigation.

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Gluten free No artificial colours or flavours No carageenan Cholesterol free. Drink in the goodness and feel the love. Covet Nut Milk Stockists. We may use the information generated by "cookies" to: 1. Track traffic patterns to and from our sites such as the pages you visit, the time you spend on each page, the date and time of your visit, and referring pages pages you came from or go to. Communicate with you outside of our website through banner advertising.

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