I’ve been through this before.
I know that the moment chocolate milk became the official beverage of the world’s largest coffee chain, I was forced to pay a premium for my drink.
So it was only natural that I would start searching for alternatives.
I found it was the cheapest way to get my fix of caffeine and protein.
I tried several brands, including almond, macadamia, vanilla and coconut milk, but none of them could match the taste and texture of the original.
My first instinct was to try the organic milk and it tasted exactly like milk.
But I was so hungry for a good chocolate milk alternative that I decided to try it on my own.
When I got home from work, I found my cupboards overflowing with chocolate milk.
I wasn’t sure if I should buy another cup of coffee or try another brand, but after some searching, I finally decided to go for it.
The milk cost me about $10 for a 16oz.
But it wasn’t too bad.
The taste was similar to regular milk, which was good, but the price was more than the cost of a new cup of joe.
It was hard to find a brand that was cheaper than regular milk in my area, so I opted for coconut milk instead.
So what’s the difference?
Coconut milk has about a third the amount of calories, protein and fat of regular milk.
It also contains a healthy amount of vitamins and minerals, such as iron, calcium and potassium.
It is also rich in fibre, which helps lower blood pressure and reduce inflammation.
A cup of coconut milk costs less than a cup of regular or almond milk.
However, I know this isn’t a deal breaker for all consumers.
I don’t like milk with sugar and I also don’t love it when it is flavored with cocoa powder or coffee.
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