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Rice Milk

Rice milk is made by blending boiled rice with water and is much thinner than most of the other plant milks. It is popular as it's low in fat and sweet in taste. It has been said that it's closest in taste to cow's milk but this is just opinion. It's a good option for using in desserts, cereal and smoothies. Most people don't like it in tea or coffee because it's too watery. It can be used in cooking and baking but because of its thin consistency it would usually need an added thickening agent such as flour, cornflour or xantham gum. It's now widely available in supermarkets, independent health food shops and online. 

Sojade rice milks are organic, high quality and really tasty. They offer a wide range including plain, fortified, rice with almond, rice with coconut and rice with coconut and pineapple.
It's possible to buy Rice Dream milks for as little as £1 per litre. They're widely available, come in a variety of flavours and blends and are super tasty. Can be found in major supermarkets, independent health food shops and online.
M&S offer a good quality rice milk in their chilled free-from section. A good mid range option at £1.55 per carton.

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