SOME OTHER TYPES OF MILK OF MILK
Cow’s milk from which water has been removed and sugar added. Pros Has a longer shelf life and can be used in tea, coffee and desserts. Cons Highest of all milks in kilojoules, fat and sodium.
Cow’s milk from which about 60 percent of the water has been removed. Pros A tastier option than normal milk when cooking and baking. Cons Not suitable for use as a substitute for milk because of its distinctive sweet taste. High in kilojoules.
Made from cooked and ground soya beans. Pros Low in kilojoules, fat and sodium. It’s also lactose-free. Cons Some varieties contain added sugar and contain no natural calcium, but can be calcium fortified.
Pros Low in sodium and it’s lactose-free. Cons It’s high in fat, low in calcium and the taste may not appeal to everyone.
Pros A healthy alternative to cow’s milk. Cons Has a slightly salty taste and may decrease absorption of B vitamins.