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Oh please, 10. Soy is MUCH tastier. Besides with about 25% of white americans and 75% of international adult populations estimated to be lactose intolerant, it would be much more considerate if it were a soy-based beverage.

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#51 Your statistics must be part of that 80% of them that are made up.. Seriously 75% of the entire worlds population? of the 50+ people I know personally, only 1 is lactose intolerant.

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That's strange. Because of the 50+ adults I know, 13 of them (excluding myself) are lactose intolerant, 7 of them aren't, and with the rest I don't discuss gastrointestinal events/don't drink milk products anyway. Your statistics isn't the statistics of the world. citation: -Lactose Intolerance, Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Vol. 19, No. 90002, 165S-175S (2000) by Tuula et al. -estimates from National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) of the N

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Regardless of the lactose intolerance rate, soy milk tastes like ball sweat in comparison to real milk. If you use it in cereal you don't really notice, but if you drink it it tastes terrible. I'll keep my liquid cow fat thank you.

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Apparently someone did enough to comment on it. I think you missed a few exclamation marks there though. I for one find Soy milk delicious...except in coffee, that's just disgusting.

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