A brief history of plant milks - Deepstash
Coconut milk

Coconut originated from India and Southeast Asia but spread naturally to other Pacific Ocean coastlines.

Coconut milk is the liquid found when grating coconut meat. It can be very thick and c...

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A brief history of plant milks

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Soya milk
  • Soya beans come from China and are highly nutritious. Because of easy cultivation, it's grown in the Americas and Europe since the 19th century.
  • In 1866, Frenchman Paul Champion wrote ...

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Almond milk

Almond milk was a common ingredient in Christian and Islamic cultures in the Middle Ages. The first mention appeared in a Baghdadi cookery book from the 13th century.

Almond milk is easier to...

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Rice milk

Some people prefer rice milk to other plant milks, but it doesn't work that well in tea and coffee.

The history of rice milk is shorter. In 1921, the first rice milk factory, Vita Rice, was s...

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Horchata

The traditional drink in Spanish-speaking countries is made from ground almonds, sesame seeds, rice, barley, cashews or tiger nuts.

Each country and regions have specific horchata recipes wit...

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