Climate Quick Tip: Good In Soy Many Ways

Mooo-ve over cow’s milk and make way for plant milks! One gallon of traditional dairy laps up nearly a thousand gallons of water. Plant milks — such as oat or soy — use just a quarter of that and require just 1/10th of the land to produce the same amount. Let’s all become lactose intolerant.

Plant milk uses just ¼ of the water that traditional dairy requires and 1/10th of the land.

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