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Blend of Plants, Tastes like Milk.

Semi-Skimmed Mylk is the ultimate all-rounder. Splash it in your brew, pour it onto cereal or gulp it straight from a glass.

NO preservatives. 
NO thickeners.
NO stabilisers.
NO refined sugar.
NO emulsifiers.

Ingredients: Spring water, coconut cream*, brown rice syrup*, cashew*, gluten free oats*, hemp protein*, calcium carbonate, sunflower seed extract*, sea salt, nutritional yeast. *Organic

For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

Nutritional Information

Typical Values per 100ml

Energy 124kJ/30kcal

Fat 1.4g

of which saturates 0.9g

Carbohydrate 4.0g

of which sugars 2.5g

Fibre 0.1g

Protein 0.3g

Salt 0.13g

Rebel Kitchen Semi-Skimmed Mylk

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Blend of Plants, Tastes like Milk.

Semi-Skimmed Mylk is the ultimate all-rounder. Splash it in your brew, pour it onto cereal or gulp it straight from a glass.

NO preservatives. 
NO thickeners.
NO stabilisers.
NO refined sugar.
NO emulsifiers.

Ingredients: Spring water, coconut cream*, brown rice syrup*, cashew*, gluten free oats*, hemp protein*, calcium carbonate, sunflower seed extract*, sea salt, nutritional yeast. *Organic

For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

Nutritional Information

Typical Values per 100ml

Energy 124kJ/30kcal

Fat 1.4g

of which saturates 0.9g

Carbohydrate 4.0g

of which sugars 2.5g

Fibre 0.1g

Protein 0.3g

Salt 0.13g

Customer Reviews

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Scott Mellia

Rebel Kitchen Semi-Skimmed Mylk

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Matthew Seaman
Good, but doesn't really work in tea

I don't really consume milk except in tea or coffee or in cookery. For coffee I find oat or almond milk works well, but they taste weird in tea or to replace milk as a cookery ingredient.

I've used the Mylk sample I bought in white sauce and it worked really well: basically indistinguishable from cow's milk. Which is good.

However, what I've mostly been looking for in a vegetable based milk is something that tastes good in tea. Mylk doesn't add any incompatible flavours, so it's certainly better than anything else I've tried. It doesn't quite work though -- cows milk has an ability to soften the harsher tannic quality of black tea which I haven't found in any plant based milk so far.

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Philip Niblett
Mylk Mmmmmmm

Tried it, Loved it, best by far.