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It is a rich-creamy milk made of whole soybeans.
Soymilk does not contain lactose. It is a good alternative for lactose-intolerant people and those allergic to cow's milk.
It does not contain cholesterol.
100 ml of soymilk provide
|Saturated fatty acids||0.3 g|
|Monounsaturated fatty acids||0.5 g|
|Polyunsaturated fatty acids||1.3 g|
Some soymilks are enriched in calcium. They provide 120 mg of calcium for 100 ml of soymilk.
How to use it?
It can be used as a substitute of milk in any recipes.
You can drink it plain but keep in mind that it is not water. Since it is rich in proteins, it is more a food than a beverage.
Like milk, soymilk can be poured over breakfast cereals, used in creamy desserts, sauces...
Many brands have now developed different kinds of soymilks with flavors: chocolate, vanilla...
Realized by Laurence LIVERNAIS-SAETTEL, dietetian
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