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Just started with Protein Blend Powder for O's and wonder if I can use almond milk instead of the water or juice that is recommended?
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Yes i see no problem with that.

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I had issues with almonds with the skin on, I see no issues to try the almond milk.. can you make your own?  to avoid stuff added....

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Juice would be the better choice-- almond milk ( store bought ) often has avoids.

If you soak the powder in juice over night it helps it be less chalky.


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If you read the ingredients on the box of almond milk and none are avoids, you're safe - as long as almonds are ok on your food list.

Most people make their own almond milk, by soaking overnight, blending with water and then straining.  Works great and is easy.  

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