Rice milk is made by mixing water with white or brown rice.
Although much thinner in consistency than coconut milk, it works well in oatmeal, smoothies, and some desserts.
Furthermore, it’s one of the least allergenic plant milks, making it ideal if you can’t drink dairy, soy, or nut beverages (9).
However, because of its high water content, it isn’t suitable for sauces, soups, or other high-fat dishes.
Rice milk works well in oatmeal, smoothies, and some desserts but is much thinner than coconut milk.
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