By Vegan Caroline
The richest, creamiest soy milk around. Amazing in lattes and hot chocolates, a must try as a treat.
I recently came across Bonsoy soy milk after having an amazing soy latte in my local coffee shop. If you look around the internet there are consistently rave reviews about this product. It does however cost twice as much as other brands so the question is ‘Is it worth it’?
It’s organic and is made in Japan for an Australian company by soy masters. It’s got a much higher soy bean and therefore protein content (15%) than other soy milks. This is what helps it to ‘stretch’ likes cows milk and make the best lattes ever. I also adored it’s creamy taste in hot chocolate and I could even drink this on it’s own which I’d never normally do! At £3 a carton it’s not going to be my everyday soy milk but it will definitely become a regular treat.
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The full ingredient list: Filtered water, organic whole soy beans (certif. USDA, NOP), tapioca syrup, job’s tears (hato mugi), sea salt, calcium carbonate.
Job’s tears? Otherwise known as Japanese Barley, Job’s Tear’s crop up regularly in Asian cuisine as an ingredient in both food and drinks. It also features widely in Chinese Medicine where it’s reputed to have anti-oxidant and cancer fighting properties.
Can you eat it? Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Bonsoy Soy Milk
The richest, creamiest soy milk around. Amazing in lattes and hot chocolates, a must try as a treat. Tasted by Vegan Caroline .