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32 oz / $0.21 per oz
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- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- Zero Waste Manufacturing
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Add to your espresso or to your pancake recipe. Make sure to refrigerate after opening.
Rinse the carton, replace the cap, and recycle the whole thing in your curbside recycling bin. Or feel free to pop the cap into your TerraCycle envelope!
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Inspired by Grandma Willa’s oat milk recipe, Willa’s uses honest ingredients to make their creamy, non-dairy milks. Unlike other oat milks, they use the whole oat to draw out all of the grain’s nutrition. This means more protein and fiber in every serving, and less sugar. They take great care in making sure their oat milk lives up to Grandma Willa’s and the best part is you can feel good about drinking it, and serving it at your table, every single day.Shop Brand
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What People Are Saying
It was just meh
I bought 3 kinds of oat milk to try out. This, Rise, and Elmhurst. First, if you're bad at measurements and stuff, 32 oz is a quart size container, which is not a lot of milk. With that being said, this was the most expensive of the 3 brands at almost $5 a box. Although I am mentioning the price, I am basing my review on the product itself, not the price (even though for me, price is a factor on continuing to buy, or not...) This was my least favorite of the 3 brands. It had a very slightly gritty feel to the milk. It wasn't too thin or too thick and had a taste that was almost comparable to Rise, but I could not get over the feel, like it had super fine sand in it. I get that it's oats, maybe it's just not strained as well as the others... I love what this company stands for and wish I liked the milk, but I didn't. I don't understand, as the original oat milk has great reviews. This was the worst one for me, but if you can get over the price and the texture, it wasn't terrible. Oh, this blended better in my coffee than the Elmhurst did, Rise was the best though. This was in a sense creamy, but not silky smooth and I shook it a lot. I may try the original just to try it as I want to support more companies like this, but I just didn't like this milk and for the price, you have to love it.