CBD Food Scientist Breaks Down Every Plant-Based Milk | WIRED Byadmin May 8, 2022 Food scientist Rosemary Trout analyzes each and every plant-based milk. From household staples like almond milk and oak milk … source
I love Rosemary!
What about Brazil nut milk?
This is awesome, but potatoes don't fix nitrogen. Soy does.
Tried banana milk. Was very last of the watery oatmeal in the bottom of the bowl texture.
1:35 wait, we DON'T want the oat to get slimey? LOL I thought that's the main pro of oat milk in general, that's why I've learned to make it with WARM water.
But I see how many don't like that aspect of oat, so it makes sense… I'll try with cold water next time.
Quinoa is not a grain, it’s a seed!
My favourite is vanilla flavoured almond milk
She didn't broke anything…
whoever’s a fan of epicurious knows her😭 she’s amazing
Can someone please provide a source that supports potatoes are nitrogen fixers? Sure légumes are, but potatoes???
bless her for including the information about the environmental impact
Her hair is fantastic
I have never heard that potatoes are a nitrogen fixer, and I couldn't immediately find anything to that effect on google. Does anyone have a source on that claim @11:07 ?
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As a Dairy guy at Whole Foods I’ll use this information to better inform the customers in my department. They’ll think I’m the Plant Based Milk God 😂
Omg omg My dear Rosemary 😱😱😍😍😍
There is no such thing as a 'food scientist'. Stop acting. Food is not a hypotheses you can turn into a theory.
Is it just me, or does the kitchen used in this video look like the one in "How to Cut Every Cheese" on the Epicurious channel? 😅
edit: nvm. turns out, WIRED and Epicurious are owned by the same company 😅
But what's the best milk, Rosemary?!
Never knew there was so many types of plant based milk Californians sure love there milk
I’ll just drink my zero percent lactose free cows milk, water, and beer, and EAT those foods instead.
let rosemary speak!
I find it super ironic that everyone loves to point out how horrible almond groves are, but there’s zero mention of the bazillion vineyards which are draining the water table.
"Three levels of plant-based milks" 😎
I love this breakdown!
Do men want all those phytoestrogens found in soy milk. Do any of us want to be drinking non-organic, non-gmo soy milk?
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I wish that she compared them as a coffee or chai additive. Soy milk is awful and oat milk is good. I’m looking for the best milk for coffee and chai.
i am allergic to casein (present in all dairy products), hemp, and legumes (like peas, soy, beans, tamarind, peanuts, and so many more). I make homemade sunflower seed milk with a machine that makes plant based milks (in Asia a lot of people have them to make homemade soy milk). It's super creamy and super cheap to make, same way as you would make soy milk.
Almost all plant based milks have either soy or peas as added ingredients so I resorted to making my own. I loved the taste of store bought flaxseed milk but it has that problem. Coconut milk is easier to buy without added stuff.
I had never heard of potato milk, but I would love to try it! Potatoes are super easy to digest for most people with digestive issues, I hope I can get my hands on a homemade recipe to try 😋
Also, I have yet to find a video on the environmental implications of pea milk.
A very valuable video Thank you kindly 💚
My name is Rosemary. I'm a food. The end.
sunkist sells nut milks in southeast asia, which is cool, until u see a blue sunkist logo on a bottle of pistachio milk and it takes several seconds for you to realize they produce more than orange juice
UHM. kinda depressing banana milk nuh taste like BANANA, no?!
I'm lactose intolerant so I probably can't break down any of these quite like how she can, I'm not even gonna watch the video flex.
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