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From: Vern (oldhippieguy)Aug-5 11:25 AM 
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Now I've heard everything. I saw it on the Whole Foods grocery store website. Ripple milk is a non-dairy milk alternative made from yellow peas. It’s produced by Ripple Foods, a company that specializes in pea protein products.

Its high protein content and smooth taste may appeal to people looking for a quality alternative to cow’s milk.

Ripple Pea Milk Review (Pros/Cons, Pricing and More)

When searching for non-dairy milk, there are the usual suspects: soy, rice, almond, and coconut or a blend. A relatively new product is giving shoppers a vegan, nut, gluten, and soy-free, dairy alternative: pea milk. Green peas are legumes that contain protein, fat, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. A nutrition-packed food, to say the least. When made into milk, they give us a drink with a comparable nutrition profile to soy milk. In this article, I will break down the nutrition facts and my expert opinion on the pros and cons of Ripple Pea Milk!

https://introwellness.com/nutrition/ripple-pea-milk-review/

 

 
From: BlueMoon67 DelphiPlus Member IconAug-5 8:00 PM 
To: Vern (oldhippieguy)  (2 of 4) 
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I'd be willing to try it, depending on the price. I have to buy non-dairy milk anyway, so I don't mind trying new things. 

 

 
From: ThE CrAzEy LeMmInG; It's December (ROBERTJVAN) DelphiPlus Member IconAug-11 7:13 AM 
To: Vern (oldhippieguy)  (3 of 4) 
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This is the biggest con to me:

The only nutrition drawbacks are that this variety of pea milk has more sodium than dairy and soy milk.

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From: kizmet1Aug-11 12:51 PM 
To: ThE CrAzEy LeMmInG; It's December (ROBERTJVAN) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (4 of 4) 
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I tried some yesterday at a local store. It must have been a different brand as it had sugar in it. Tasted fine if you have a dairy allergy but I will not buy anything with sugar in it. Would prefer to add my own sweetener.
 

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