Vegan m♥lk chocolate without milk
Vegan milk chocolate. Is that even possible? Does it taste nice? And how does it work?
Normal milk chocolate consists of four simple ingredients: Sugar, milk powder, cacao butter and cacao mass. In that order.
We want to protect the planet by being exclusively vegan and are convinced that you don’t need cow milk to make a delicious milder chocolate. Our newest solution? Rice milk. Although of course we need to call it rice drink now. The European Parliament voted in favour of amendment 171, in which claims such as "Does not contain milk" or "Milk alternative" would not be allowed anymore. It seems that the dairy industry is convinced that consumers are unable to distinguish between products on which "milk" and "no milk" can be found. Should this law actually be implemented, it would no longer be allowed to communicate the difference in climate footprint between plant-based and dairy products. Pretty silly, isn't it? Which is what Oatly for example seems to think, too, as they are currently campaigning against such a law with their "Are you stupid? The milk lobby thinks you are" advertising.