Is Potato Milk the Next Great Non-Dairy Milk Alternative? Plus, Find How to Make It

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If you have tried oat, almond, rice, coconut, soy, hemp, and cashew milk and are looking for yet another dairy-free option -- potato milk could be right for you.

The Doctors welcome nutritionist Keri Glassman to discuss the latest milk swap, which is better for the environment than most other non-dairy milk alternatives.

She says after years of no-carb and low-carb diets being touted, potatoes have gotten a bad rap, often being associated with processed foods like white bread and white pasta, but Keri notes potatoes are a whole food that does contain carbohydrates but explains eating carbs is needed by the body for proper nutrition and energy. She also points out potatoes are full of nutrients and can be made in a healthy way -- but unfortunately, this does not include being served as french fries or creamy mashed potatoes.

Sweden has developed potato milk and the makers say it takes less water to produce this crop, compared to something like almond milk.

Keri says potato milk is gaining in popularity and is something you can easily make at home. After sampling it, Dr. Andrew Ordon says, "It's good."

Ready to try some potato milk in your coffee? Get the recipe for this non-dairy beverage, here!

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