If you find oatmilk a little watery or lackluster, then you might need an upgrade to Forager Project Oatmilk. It comes in two varieties. One is enriched with just a touch of coconut and cashew, and is emulsified for a more luxurious, yet fat-free finish. The other fully embraces the richness of whole milk, and is made with a higher ratio of coconut and cashew milks.
Forager Project Oatmilk is Organic, Dairy-Free, and Extra Creamy
According to the company, they use organic gluten-free oats to make their oatmilk. The oats, coconut, and cashew combine for a subtly sweet taste, despite the lack of added sugars.
This lighter version is great for cereal and smoothies, but the company says it also froths well in coffee drinks.
Ingredients: oatmilk (filtered water, gluten-free oat flour*), canola oil*, tapioca starch*, sea salt, coconut cream*, cashews*. *organic. Contains: cashews & coconut.*
Nutrition (per 8 ounces): 45 calories, 0g fat, 7g carbs, 1g fiber, 2g sugars (includes 0g added sugars), 1g protein.*
Unsweetened Coconut Cashew
This higher fat option is more akin to whole milk, and is great for coffee, tea, and recipes.
Ingredients: coconutmilk (filtered water, coconut cream*), cashewmilk (filtered water, cashews*, oatmilk (filtered water, gluten-free oats*), tapioca starch*, sea salt. *organic. Contains: cashews & coconut.*
Nutrition (per 8 ounces): 90 calories, 8g fat, 4g carbs, 0g fiber, 1g sugars (includes 0g added sugars), 1g protein.*
More Facts on Forager Project Oatmilk
- Price: $5.99 per 48-ounce bottle
- Availability: Forager Project Oatmilk is available at select Whole Foods Markets the U.S., and other natural food stores.
- Certifications: Forager Project Oatmilk is Certified Organic, Certified Vegan, and Certified Kosher D (for dairy equipment, not ingredients; see our Understanding Kosher Guide).
- Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Forager Project Oatmilk is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*
- For More Product Information: Visit the Forager website at www.foragerproject.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
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Why are there lumps in my milk?
I bought this in a rush when my favorite brand was out of stock and it was a terrible choice. There is too many ingredients including sunflower oil and tapioca starch. The added cashews and coconut adds a taste which if I wanted I would buy coconut or cashew milk. Also this means it is not nut free which is one of the upsides to oat milk. Finally, the worst bit, there are small lumps that totally freak me out. I think its from the tapioca starch but still oat milk is expensive there shouldn’t be this many issues.
Moldy unsealed bought from wholefoods 3/27
Opened the cap, the seal, and it was moldy.
Didn’t even get to taste it
I bought forager oat milk at Whole Foods and when I opened the container, the lid and the bottle had mold in it!
If you don’t want sweetened, this is it
I love this “milk” for its creamy milk-like texture. I’m not a fan of overly sweet alternatives to
milk, and this so perfectly hits the mark for me. I love that it has the consistency of whole milk, but just ½ the calories of non-fat milk. I call that a win-win.
earthy wood bitter milk.
If I could put a photo beside the definition of earthy woodsy bitterness, it would be a photo of Forager Oatmilk. I thought that I didn’t shake it good enough, so I shook it really well and had another drink, and still earthy wood bitter.
I love the other products that is from Forager but this one is a huge miss in the flavor category.
Most brands are sweetened, stabilized and chemically/oil thickened oatmilk, but Forager’s is barebones.
Tastes like licking raw wood
I love many Forager products (the vegan sour cream is the best on the market), but we recently got this milk as a replacement for Oatly due to Whole Foods being sold out… and I have never tasted a plant milk so awful in my life. This tastes like wood chips were pressed into a milk. I couldn’t even finish the bottle.
Awful Play-Doh Flavor
Usually we buy the Whole Foods or Oatley product, but they were sold out so we picked up this. Absolutely awful. STRONG Play-Doh flavor. Like you are drinking a kid’s craft project. I cannot fathom how they made this and thought it was okay to sell. Disgusting.
Awful, it is not oatmilk and tastes nothing like it.
It is not oatmilk and tastes nothing like any competitor. I had to throw away the bottle it tastes so bad, even at $7 for the bottle. I would get any other brand, Whole Foods, Oatley, etc.
Tastes like popcorn. Couldn’t get it down.