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I may cross post this in Veggie & Vegan living too...<br>
A good friend is out of the country for 3 weeks and I am helping look after her place. She has left behind 6 L of unsweetend organic soymilk, which expires while she is away, and has invited me to use it. I like SWEETENED soymilk, but have a really hard time drinking the unsweetened kind and tried it in my coffee this morning... :puke so that`s a no-go. I don't mind it on cereal, but don't really like it, either. My toddler will NOT drink it, and DW won't either.<br><br>
So, help!! What can I do with all this soymilk? Smoothies are a possibility, but that's a whole LOT of smoothie drinking in a family where only I really like them. Any ideas?<br><br>
Thanks in advance!
 

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I'd put in some sugar and other flavors you usually like, if you don't have issues with sugar. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> My family actually add soy sauce, mini shrimps and green onions to that and boil into a soup. I'm not too crazy for that.
 

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I'm not a soy milk drinker, so these ideas might be out there.... take it with a grain of salt. LOL<br><br>
(I'm thinking of what I do with regular milk if I have tons) Can you freeze it? Bake with it? You could make muffins and freeze them. Will it work in a quiche? As pudding (with lots of sugar and flavors)? In chocolate pie? Does it make soup--like potato soup or cream of wild rice soup?
 

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Yup, I'd say use it exactly as you would a lot of milk that you had to get rid of...I'd probably bake with it.
 
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