Question about Joyoung Automatic Household DJ12B-A603DG Dry Beans No-Net Soy Milk Maker
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basically substitute any non dairy products for milk and then follow the
regular recipe for hot chocolate i.e. heat the 'milk' and add chocolate till it
melts and stir in sugar to taste.
with the sugar amounts as some of the non dairy milks ie soya are quite sweet
You can try using almond or rice milk as well or just buy a non-dairy creamer.
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Having an actual allergy to the cocoa bean is very unlikely as it's a really rare allergy. People who don't feel good after eating chocolate might be having a reaction to one of the ingredients which are common causes of allergies. These include; milk, peanuts/ nuts, soya, gluten, berries and caffeine.
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