From Coconut Milk to Frozen Ice Cream: Soy Delicious Dairy Free
There are a lot of dairy free products on the market, but many of them just don't add up in texture and flavor to what they are trying to replace. Not so with So Dairy from Turtle Mountain. This abundant organic line is certified vegan and kosher. Every single product we have tried, we have liked! Here are some of our favorites:
So Delicious® Coconut Milk Beverage:
NEW! The world's first (that we know of) coconut milk beverage is now So Delicious!
Purely Decadent Made with Coconut Milk
Slide over soy milk and move over dairy milk, something new and exciting is coming to the milk aisle, So Delicious® Coconut Milk Beverage! Enjoy it on cereal, in coffee, in recipes or just in a tall glass. One sip and you will say, "Wow, that is So Delicious!"
Purely Decadent's new line of coconut milk ice creams are perfect for ice cream lovers who want to eat healthier without compromising taste. Sweetened with low-glycemic agave syrup, they are dramatically lower in fat, calories and sugar than most premium ice creams. But because they are made with coconut milk, they are incredibly creamy and smooth .
So Delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt
NEW! The world's first (that we know of) coconut milk yogurt is now So Delicious!
So Delicious Minis
You'll be amazed from the very first spoonful at this amazingly creamy yogurt experience without the dairy or soy!
Get one of your favorite dairy free desserts in one of America's most popular novelties, the classic ice cream sandwich - a true favorite for all ages. These delicious treats are a superb dairy free snack anywhere - anytime.
So Delicious™ Drinkable Cultured Coconut Milk
We originally referred to this product as 'kefir' because its properties and functional benefits derived from probiotics are consistent with the dairy-based kefirs currently in the marketplace. However, after carefully listening to our consumers we realized that many are not familiar with the term "kefir' and that a clearer, more direct description was in order.
So Delicious® Coconut Milk Creamer
We have decided to use a name that better describes what the product is -- a drinkable cultured coconut milk. Although the name has changed, it possesses the same creamy taste, ingredients, nutritional profile, and functional properties as before. Namely, it still contains powerful prebiotics and probiotics that can strengthen the immune system and improve digestion when consumed on a regular basis and incorporated into a healthy diet.
NEW! A world's first, coconut milk creamer is now So Delicious!
At last we have created a delectable and healthy coconut milk alternative to traditional coffee creamers. Coconut milk is naturally rich in medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs) such as lauric and capric acid, which are known for supporting the body's immune system. Now you can enhance your favorite beverages with your choice of three delightfully rich flavors.
The coconut coffee creamer is especially good, and it is a great replacement for Silk Creamer. I find Turtle Mountain to be a much more reputable company than Silk, who has dumped organic US soy farmers and tricked consumers by switching to non-organic sources. Recently, guests to my house raved about the coconut creamer in their coffee!
Although we are recognized first and foremost for our products we are perhaps most proud of our contribution to the environment. As a sponsor of the Sea Turtle Restoration Project (STRP) we provide much needed funds to help save the ever-shrinking habitats of sea turtles. Our dream is to one day hear that the populations of the many endangered species of sea turtles have stabilized and are on the rebound. Until then we will make every effort to help the people at STRP fight to save these wonderful creatures.
Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.
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Posted by Jennifer Lance at November 17, 2010 4:58 PM