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Coffee Lovers Are Obsessed With This Trendy Plant-Based Milk

By Desirée Kaplan

While you may be familiar with dairy alternatives such as soy or almond milk, the marketplace has responded to the plant-based milk demand with an increase in other options like pea, hemp, coconut, hazelnut, macadamia, rice, and cashew milk. 

The rise of plant-based milks has pushed past the point of merely trendy and staked an impressive financial claim in the food and beverage industry. In fact, milk substitutes are expected become a $16 billion market this year. 

As the market grows, so does the popularity of a lesser known alternative: oat milk. Made from mixing steel cut oats with water, oat milk may not initially seem all that different from other plant-based milks. A closer look at the ingredients tells a different story and can offer people with allergies or restrictive diets another option.