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  1. netdirector

    Good Karma Flax Milk

    Hello! New to Whole30 (on my 2nd day) but have been on and off Paleo/Primal for the last few years. One of my favorite drinks, especially in my iced coffee, is Good Karma's Unsweetened Flax Milk . I've a few pretty strong negatives on Flax here (I was a big fan of Flax Oil too, but now I'm all about the Coconut) so was wondering if this product is even compliant. I don't use much, but it does provide a nice dose of Omega 3's along with it's creamy goodness. This is the ingredient list, they've just recently stopped using carrageenan. Filtered water, cold-pressed flax oil, tapioca starch, tricalcium phosphate, sunflower lecithin, natural flavors, sea salt, gellan gum, xanthan gum, vitamin A palmitate, vitamin D2, vitamin B12. ​ I'm going to try the canned coconut milk in my coffee next, and I'm thinking about buying a nut sack to make my own almond milk, but in the meantime this is really easy and convenient. Any thoughts? Anyone else try this? Thanks!
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