You\u2019ve heard of almond milk and oat milk. You\u2019ve probably even heard of banana milk. But now the vegan and lactose-free communities are adding another vegetable to that list:\u00a0Potatoes. That\u2019s right, if it\u2019s a plant and it\u2019s safe to eat, you can probably milk it. Proponents of this new plant-based milk are calling it the new almond milk. https:\/\/www.tiktok.com\/@kalejunkie\/video\/7163031708781120811?is_from_webapp1&sender_devicepc&web_id7288933900842173970 Low in calories and high in monounsaturated\u00a0 fats, potato milk is rich in antioxidants and other nutrients like folic acid and vitamin B12. Those who\u2019ve tried their hand at making potato milk from scratch says it\u2019s better for soups and smoothies. But others are saying that with the right adjustments you can make potato milk \u2018taste better\u2019. Like this video where they added dates, vanilla, salt and of course almonds. https:\/\/www.tiktok.com\/@tasty\/video\/7276872455195561258?is_from_webapp1&sender_devicepc&web_id7288933900842173970 But aside from the nutrition, potato milk is also apparently good for the environment, leaving fewer carbon footprints during their cultivation and harvest than almond or others types of plants grown for plant-based milks. So if you\u2019re looking for a cheaper alternative to your usual oat, almond, rice, soy or coconut milk, why not give potato milk a try next? Especially if you\u2019re vegan or lactose intolerant. So what\u2019s the verdict, mums? Are you going to try potato milk or is it an absolute no-no? Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice from Motherhood. For any health-related concerns, it is advisable to consult with a qualified healthcare professional or medical practitioner. For more insightful stories and fun recipes, stay tuned to Motherhood Story!