@SlowWaterMvmnt @Sullyanne1 @NYFarmer Thankfully we are a 2:1 edge over cows, so there’s that. https://t.co/EJ6Vlxo4PV
Recently, I came across an article describing how bad Almond Milk is for the environment, and I had to wonder, what about Cow Milk? First, however, Almond Milk seems to be one of the more popular go-to substitutes for Cow Milk, in addition to Soy Milk, Coconut Milk, and Hemp Milk, all with different tastes and nutritional benefits. All of these Cow Milk substitutes are similar in that they are non-animal lactose-free and cholesterol-free creamy milk-ish liquids. If you recall the Diamond Nuts slogan, “The Best Nuts Come from California,” then it should come as no surprise that Almond Milk in the United States also comes from California, which produces about a million tons of almonds per year.