It's a bountiful time for plant-based milk, with new varieties of nuts, seeds, grains, legumes, and now that there is plant-based milk on store shelves every year, so is potato milk.
It's a bountiful time for plant-based milks, with new varieties of nuts, seeds, grains, legumes, and now that there are plant-based milks on store shelves every year, so is potato milk. The product, made by Swedish company Dug Drinks, is already on sale in the UK and will arrive in the US sometime this year. And, according to a report published by the British supermarket chain Waitrose, potato milk "is poised to dominate cafeteria menus for months to come", as unlikely as that sounds. In August, Sarah Bentley, 40, found out about Dug and his potato milk. Bentley, who lives in London and is the director of Made In Hackney, a plant-based cooking school, was immediately interested. "I was definitely excited, because it was something new, but it didn't sound appetizing by itself," he said. “When you think of milk, you picture lumpy potato water, and of course it looks gross.” Bentley, along with some of his cooking school colleagues, tried to make his own potato milk, and the results ...
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