Soy milk can be used instead of milk when baking, but one has to make some adjustments. Regular milk has natural salt; not plain soy milk : minor adjustments may be needed. Then, there are flavored soy milk (e.g. vanilla soy milk).
No, but you can substitute milk with almond, rice, coconut, or hazelnut milk.
it depends on what you are doing
Cow's milk condenses better than soy milk. It keeps the baked recipe more moist than soy milk through the dehydration process. The soy milk has an oily effect as it cooks.
I have used soy as a substitute for regular milk, with success. You need to be careful as it bakes up a little differently and you may notice some 'cracks' in your pumpkin pie, but it stills tastes awesome. For evaporated milk I use extra soft silken tofu and put it through the blender first to smooth it, then use that. Good luck and Happy Baking!
Yes. Soy milk is a substitute for milk and can be used in almost every application dairy products can be used in.
depends on what you are making
You can try lactose free milk or soy milk.
No, you can substitute buttermilk for milk but not for baking powder.
Almond milk (Probably the best), coconut milk (not the best substitute), soy milk, or rice milk.
no no you can not but u can always use regular milk! ;) BABAAYY kony2012
Using soy milk in your baking will not have a very noticeable effect on the taste. Only the most discernable eater will be able to tell the differnce, and it should be minor.
No, orange juice is not a good substitute for milk. Orange juice has a different acidity (pH) than milk, and does not react in the same way as milk with the baking powder (or baking soda) in the corn bread ingredients.
There are egg substitues that you can buy, otherwise oil sometimes works. Instead of milk, you can try soy milk or almond milk.
You can use soy milk or almond milk or coconut milk in place of real milk. Otherwise, there are formulas and drinks like Ensure to help with that.
Evaporated milk mixed with equal parts water. Reconstituted powdered milk. Soy milk. There are probably others but it would depend on what you plan to use the milk for and why you want a substitute. If you just don't want the milk fat, use skim milk. If it's for a recipe where the milk fat is needed for the recipe to work, there might not be a substitute.
Half and Half or soy milk for lactose and tolarants and for lactose and gloutose free 8th Contient
no because soy milk is now called soy beverage. soy beverage is made out of the soy plant, so it is not milk because milk is from cows.
For one cup of milk use 1 cup soy milk or 1 cup rice milk or 1 cup water or juice or 1/4 cup dry milk powder plus 1 cup water or 2/3 cup evaporated milk plus 1/3 cup water
Yes it does, but you are able to request soy milk as a substitute :) Soy milk usually costs .50 cents extra, but it would be free if you have a gold member card through Starbucks rewards.
In theory, if you mix the can of evaporated milk with an equal amount of water, you have conventional milk, as evaporated milk is milk with 1/2 of the water removed.
Yes, soy milk come from a soy bean. To get soy milk they simply, just like they would a cow, milk the soybean.
Soy milk is made of soybeans and water. The soybeans are ground and mixed with water and protein, to make a drink that is used as a milk substitute.
Yes, of course you can! You can use either milk or almond milk when you are baking, because your pastry will become creamier and healthier than using eggs. You can also use lowfat vanilla yogurt to make it healthier, and/or creamier.
Soy was suggested as a substitute but is not a milk product. They were looking for protein substitutes in vegetables, not dairy substitutes. However in the 90's yogurt was suggested as a substitute.
NO, baking mix usually has baking powder or baking soda in it and sometimes milk solids plus flour of coarse.