A lot of sources are talking about the environmental impacts of almond milk. The Water Footprint Network reports that growing almonds requires six times as much water as growing oats. Almond milk has fewer calories and carbohydrates than oat milk but also less fiber and protein. Commercial varieties of both beverages typically come enriched with vitamins and minerals. However, oat milk has more riboflavin.
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