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Lattes/Cappucino made with rice/almond milk - downtown Toronto

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Looking for coffee places that make lattes, cappucino etc with rice/almond milk in downtown Toronto.

I am trying to cut down on my dairy and try to have it once or twice per week. I don;t mind having it in my food once in a while but I do need my daily latte.

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  1. Fresh by Juice for Life makes rice or soy milk lattes...there are three locations but if you need a first thing in the morning coffee, they might not open until 11am.
    http://www.freshrestaurants.ca/

    1. Is soy milk not an option as a substitute? You will have better luck with that. Star bucks/Second Cup both have soy milk.

      Nook on king, just west of Spadina also uses soy milk.

      I have never seen any other place use rice/almond. You might have to carry in your own supply

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      1. re: pancake

        I have a soy insentivity unfortunately. I do eat it once in a while, maybe 2-3 times per month but I can't have it everyday.

      2. you could try taking in your own almond milk if you know how much of it you need. For example: Take a cup of almond milk to Starbucks ask for just an espresso. Then dump the espresso into a mug , stir and sip

        Unfortunately, this would not work for a cappuccino unless your barista doesn't mind using the milk you give them and they aren't to busy.

        1. Mylk Uncookies at 253 Gerrard Street East makes a spectacular almond milk latte. They make their own almond milk too! The desserts are also dairy and gluten free and wonderful.

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          1. re: debkuhnen

            Not downtown, but, Red Bean Espresso (High Park)?

          2. I think the place on Augusta in Kensington Market offers almond milk, etc.. It is called "Grind house"

            http://www.yelp.ca/biz/the-grind-hous...

            Not sure what you consider "downtown" though and maybe too far from the area you are looking for.