'milks' on Serious Eats
We've all heard the health benefits of soy—it's high in protein as well as B vitamins, and it's cholesterol-free. While the debate in wellness circles rages on, soy milk has become one of the most popular ways to consume soy. The recipe is simple: take dried soybeans, grind them with water, and strain out the solids until you're left with a smooth, drinkable liquid.
If you're lactose-intolerant or just looking for an alternative to the old-fashioned cows' milk, see which brands are drinkable.
Michael Crupain of The Dairy Show, a vlog devoted to all things dairy, visits the Momofuku Milk Bar and Bakery kitchen to see how pastry chef and dairy goddess Christina Tosi makes her signature strawberry milk. In lieu of...