Cow's milk substitutes

Although plant-based milk alternatives do not replace regular cow's milk (because their composition is very different), they are very useful, as it is rich in vitamins E, B, and helps fight high cholesterol due to the lack of saturated fat. Almonds milk is rich in folate and calcium. Oat milk improves the functioning of the central nervous system, helps fight swelling and reduce “bad” cholesterol. Coconut compensates for the deficiencies of iron, magnesium, copper, manganese.


People choose milk alternatives for many reasons, the most common of which are allergies, intolerance to milk or its ingredients, following a particular diet or personal preference.

Currently, there are several types of milk alternative to cow's.

The most popular drinks are made from:


·             almond

·             oats

·             peas

·             soybeans

·             rice

·             coconut

·             hemp seed

·             macadamia nut

·             cashew


Milk substitutes can also be made from buckwheat, sesame, walnuts, and other nuts or seeds.


Expanding dairy horizons


Milk has been central to our diet for a long time. However, with the growing interest in healthy lifestyles and alternative food sources, there are more and more options for those who want to avoid traditional animal products. The production of milk from nuts, rice, poppy seeds and other similar products is becoming more and more popular, providing not only variety, but also health benefits.


Variety of milk substitutes: nut milk, rice milk, poppy milk and other types of plant-based dairy alternatives


One of the key features of alternative dairy products is the diversity of their sources. Milk made from almonds, cashews, coconut and nuts offers a delicate creamy taste with hints of nutty flavor. Rich in carbohydrates and lactose-free, rice milk is ideal for those looking for a light product. Poppy milk, with its unique taste and rich nutritional composition, opens up new horizons for lovers of unusual flavors.


Production: process and ingredients


The production of milk from nuts, rice, poppy seeds and similar products begins with the preparation of raw materials. Nuts or rice are crushed and then mixed with water in certain proportions. The resulting mixture passes through filters to remove nut particles. Optionally, natural sweeteners, vanilla or other flavors may be added.


Benefit for health


Alternative dairy products made from nuts, rice, poppy seeds and other ingredients have their own irreplaceable benefits. They are rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals such as calcium and vitamin D. They are also free of cholesterol and saturated fat, making them an excellent choice for health conscious people. What's more, dairy alternatives are commonly available to vegetarians, vegans, and those with lactose intolerance.


Nut milk, for example, is a source of healthy mono- and poly-unsaturated fats that are beneficial to the cardiovascular system. It also contains important antioxidants such as vitamin E, which helps protect cells from oxidative stress.


Rice milk is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It is rich in carbohydrates, which provides energy and improves digestion. Rice milk may also be beneficial for those who are lactose intolerant or allergic to nuts.


Poppy milk, although less common, contains healthy fats, fiber, and protein. It is also known for its high content of antioxidants and minerals such as magnesium.


A Healthy and delicious future of dairy products


Dairy alternatives made from nuts, rice, poppy seeds and other natural ingredients not only add variety to the diet, but also bring health benefits. They are becoming increasingly popular among those looking for alternatives to traditional dairy products.


Regardless of diet or nutritional preference, these milk alternatives offer unique flavors and health benefits. So don't miss the chance to try the world of dairy alternatives and add them to your diet for variety and better health.


What equipment is needed to produce plant-based milk?


For the production of alternative types of milk from vegetable ingredients, the following industrial machines will be needed:


Industrial blenders / mills grind raw materials in the process of making pasta from vegetable raw seeds. This can be a high performance commercial blender or a mill capable of processing large volumes of raw materials.


A separator or centrifuge separates the "milky" liquid from solid residues. This allows you to get homogeneous milk without sediment.


Filters for purification of vegetable milk from residues and particles. Filters can be of various types, including bag or plate filters.


Tanks for mixing, and in which the vegetable paste will be mixed with water and other ingredients, if any.


Packaging equipment for packaging finished plant-based milk into containers such as bottles, bags or cartons.


Sterilizer (if required): If you plan to sell long-term storable plant-based milk, equipment to sterilize the product may be required.


Laboratory equipment will be required to analyze the quality and safety of the product, including pH, viscosity and other analyzers that are used at various stages of the production process to control the qual

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