Oat milk

There are not many brands producing oat milk in Sweden, Oatly is one of them

By the way, lately I’ve become a total convert when it comes to oat milk. I use it everywhere instead of regular milk and I drink it in the morning, too. Having a glass of milk with a meal is extremely common in Sweden, but personally I’m not a milk drinker. Oat milk, on the other hand, is a completely different story. I like it.

Also, Oatly products are developed by my university, which is one of the reasons I choose this brand.

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14 Responses to Oat milk

  1. raffaella says:

    Never seen before… why don´t you try to commercialize it in Italy?

  2. Clara Turbay says:

    Healthy!

    i hope you have time to come to my blog.

  3. Araceli Estrada says:

    Milk made from oats. That’s cool. If they make it from almonds and soy, I am sure this variety is pretty tasty.

    • Antonia says:

      I’ve always been curious about that almond milk! I guess it must be really expensive, no?

      • Araceli Estrada says:

        It’s actually not bad. I would buy almond milk or rice milk for about $1.50 -$2.00, but no more than that. Just depends on where I buy it. I love the idea of oat milk. I am going to see if I can find some here.

  4. Maggie says:

    I’ll have to look out for oat milk at the health food store! I’m always looking for alternatives since I can’t drink cow’s milk.

  5. Darelinn says:

    Овсяное молоко, я правильно понимаю? Даже не представляю как это на вкус:) В России, мне кажется, такого точно не делают, а жаль, я бы попробовала!

  6. raffaella says:

    Ah ah ah very funny! Today I visited an organic shop near my house and I found out that OAT MILK is really common here and they have several, different brands! Moreover, I used to buy it years ago when my kids were intolerant to lactose. So I understood what happened with your post: as my English is somehow “rusty”, I confused the word “oat” with the word OAK!! Oak milk… it sounds quite odd, isn’t it? :-)

  7. Annette says:

    Last winter I shared a flat with a Chinese girl, and she totally made me go nuts about soy milk! Since that, I have quite the same ritual as you, like having a glass of warmed up Soy milk in the morning and round the day several times. It feels much better in my stomache than cow milk (although I also sometimes drink normal milk, so it is not a lactose intolerance).
    By the way, I like your blog very much, it’s so nice to read about other peoples’ lives or look at their lovely pictures :) Greetings from Hamburg * Annette

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