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More from The Soy Milk Blog: Dairy alternatives and a dairy future The next time you are in a store, ask for the milk of your choice.
If it’s soy milk, ask what’s in it.
If a dairy product is available, ask if you can get it.
Try to find out what it’s made of and what’s involved.
If the milk is made from soy, ask about the origins.
If dairy products are available, check for soy milk-related products and brands.
If no dairy products and no soy milk products are readily available, go for the soy milk option.
If all that’s available is soy milk and no dairy options, the next step is to choose from the many alternatives.
The next step in the process is to learn how to make your own soy milk.
This is an article about making soy milk that has been shared by many of you.
You’ll find a lot of information here, including the steps you should take to make good quality, natural, and vegan soy milk for yourself.
Learn more about making organic soy milk here.
Read more About Soy Milk: Soy milk is an inexpensive and healthy source of protein.
If made from organic, pasture-raised, and free-range milk, it’s good for you and your environment.
Learn what is in soy milk from a variety of sources.