A Limerick A Day

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Almond milk requires almonds, which grow on trees with flowers, which require bees to pollinate them

If you’re trying to live dairy-free
But can’t think what to put in your tea
You could try almond milk
Or something of its ilk
But don’t say you’re a friend of the bee

John Moynes

Pic: Olive magazine

13 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

      1. Rob_G

        Soy milk is a lot closer in nutritional profile to cows’ milk (if you were aren’t consuming animal products and need the protein).

        But indeed, almond milk is sugar water – sugar water with a horrendous ecological footprint, no less.

  1. Fake News Broadsheet

    Bee-magedon today is it?

    I bet it’s 100% fake news.

    After all, your source is The Guardian ffs – another transparent propaganda sheet.

    1. millie vanilly strikes again

      I’m sure you can provide us with a peer reviewed, non bullpoop, conspiracy laden rebuttal?

      No? Quelle surprise.

  2. shayna

    I’m vegetarian. I tried almond based yoghurt (from M&S – the pinnacle, apparently ) – it really wasn’t that great. I couldn’t imagine a cup of tea without a splash of dairy produce. Builders tea is how I take it.

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