Nowadays, to the delight of vegans, there is a wide range of alternative milk options. Consider the nutritional value of some of them. Soy milk One glass of soy milk contains 6 g of protein and 45% of the daily value of calcium, making soy milk an excellent alternative to cow’s milk for those who are lactose intolerant or follow a vegan diet. It is prepared from water and soybeans, thus the texture is somewhat denser than that of cow’s milk. In general, soy milk can be used in various recipes in the same proportion as cow’s milk. Rice milk Made with water and brown rice, milk isn’t very nutritious, with 1g of protein and 2% of the daily value of calcium per cup. The texture is watery, the taste is quite mild, rice milk is a good alternative for people with various allergies (to milk lactose, soy, nuts). Rice milk is not suitable for recipes that use milk as a thickener, such as puree. Almond milk Made from ground almonds and water. It is presented in various variations: original, unsweetened, vanilla, chocolate and others. In fact, almond milk has fewer calories and more minerals than cow’s milk. Of the disadvantages: the protein content in almonds is less in comparison with cow’s. Coconut milk Coconut is an incredible storehouse of vitamins and everything useful. And although its milk contains more fat than others, the number of calories is only 80 per glass. There is less protein and calcium than in cow’s milk. Coconut milk is so flavorful that it goes great with rice, various desserts, and smoothies. Hemp milk Made from hemp nuts with water and sweetened with brown rice syrup, this milk has a grassy-nutty flavor quite different from cow milk. Due to its aroma, it is best suited for cooking grain-based dishes, such as muffins and bread. The nutritional value varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. On average, a glass of hemp milk contains 120 calories, 10 grams of sugar.