Are You Lactose Intolerant? We Know Where You Can Buy Fresh Oat Milk!

Looking to change it up from soy or nut milk?

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Alternative milks have been all the rage lately, and for good reason. Regardless of your diet, they're also a fun way to explore how else you can attain creaminess in your morning cafe latte or bowl of cereal. While you've probably tried soy or nut milk, yet another dairy-free milk worth trying is oat milk, which-as the name implies-is made with oats and has a nutty, creamy flavor. Here's where you can get it: local seller Oatmade sells oat milk that's freshly made with zero preservatives in the mix.

Plus points for the minimalist packaging!
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Their Unsweetened (P200) oat milk is as pure as it gets, with a short ingredient list of just gluten-free oats, organic sunflower seeds, filtered water, and sea salt. If you prefer a sweeter sip, you can get the Sweetened (P215) variant which has blue agave nectar in the mix. Love chocolate? Go for the Cocoa (P220) oat milk, a not-too-sweet version that will tickle both your adult self and inner child.

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You can drink the oat milk straight up, stir it into your morning coffee, or use it for cooking!
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Try these oat milks for yourself by sending Oatmade a message on Instagram with your name, contact number, orders, delivery address, and preferred mode of payment (BDO, GCash, or cash upon pickup). You can then opt to pick up your orders, or book a courier to get it delivered from their New Manila location.

For orders, send a message to Oatmade on Instagram. You can also check out their Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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