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Bonsoy Organic Soy Milk 1 Litre $3.50 (Save $1.30) @ Woolworths

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Created by Japanese soy masters using recipes perfected over many centuries, Bonsoy only a premium variety of whole soybeans. The beans are cooked finely ground with purified hot water this process gives Bonsoy its unique mellow flavour. Our special variety of whole soybeans are ideal for people wishing to add soy to their daily diet. Bonsoy is a great milk alternative and is perfect for cooking and baking Bonsoy is creamy, delicious and is a healthy satisfying every day food delivering an excellent source of vegetable protein.

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    Created by Japanese soy masters using recipes perfected over many centuries, Bonsoy uses only a premium variety of iodine.

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    Let's see if it's in stock. Might have to report this as an unobtainable deal. :) people have gone mad with long life products.

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    Stay wider of the rider

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    Wouldn't already this be sold out??

    My local Woolies and Coles are almost completely empty - literally empty shelves aisle after aisle.

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    The problem with most soy milk is it's not fortified, b12, B2, vitamin a.

    What's surprised me was with the Corona virus, alot of the homebrand soymilk fortified was unnecessarily out of stock yet so good, and aldies soy milk including Coles are all fortified.

    B12 good but a cheap way to obtain rather from those who cannot eat fish or meat.

    Bonsoy I do not believe is fortified.

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      What's the problem with soy milk that isn't fortified? Bonsoy is great with coffee. Foams well.

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        Well for starters:

        Pros of soy milk
        It's a good source of protein, vitamin A, vitamin B-12, potassium, and isoflavones, plus it can be fortified with calcium and vitamin D. It contains as much protein as cow's milk, yet is lower in calories than whole milk and about equal to the calories in 1 percent or 2 percent milk while being very low in cholesterol and vegan friendly while tolorant for those who are lactose.

        Most soy milks on the market are fortified, but read the label to make sure yours contains calcium and vitamin D. (Soy milk doesn't naturally contain calcium.)

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        Dairy and meat are the most common sources of vitamin B12 which is pretty important to keep you healthy. It can cause issues with cell replication, causes a specific type of anaemia and neurological problems. A B12 deficiency due to diet is pretty uncommon nowadays even in vegans because of fortification of stuff like soymilk and often other vegan targeted food. But if you're not eating meat and you're not drinking dairy or fortified dairy substitutes you are theoretically at risk of getting a deficiency.

        Unless you're a very strict vegan I wouldn't really worry about it, but it is nice to have.

        It's usually Calcium fortified too, but calcium is easier for vegans to find

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          Steak $9, soymilk $1.15
          Sausage 4$ soy milk $1.15
          Mince $5 soy milk $1.15
          Bottle of milk $2 soy milk $1.15

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      I probably don't consume enough of it for it to even contribute to a significant proportion of my daily requirements…

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      But don't you need to drink a shit ton of soy milk to meet the recommended daily intake of B12?

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      Well the reason people are stocking up is so they have something to put on cereal or to make a coffee, not because of the vitamins one brand may or may not provide. If it’s the hombrand that’s sold out it’s probably because it was cheapest.

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    It looks like a packet of cigarrettes.

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    Hopefully there is some left on the shelf after 9AM!

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    Rarely goes on special and when it does it usually sells out. I can't see this being a deal that most will be able to attain but good luck to those who succeed.

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    I guess I’m a happy little soyboy after this deal. Thanks op

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    Is it true you grow moobs with excessive soy consumption.

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    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-11-24/bonsoy-iodine-victims...

    i remember people trying to buy this stuff on the black market after it had been removed from shelves, nuts

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    Wow, its war alright. Woolies and Coles should shutdown as well. Why bother with empty shelves.

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    This might help someone.

    For people with Birch Pollen Allergy (where it's common to have oral allergic reactions to apples, cherries and many other fruit due to immunological cross-reactivity to birch pollen), it's not unusual to have abdominal pain or an oral allergic reaction (e.g. an itchy throat) after drinking soy milk but only rarely after eating cooked soy products like tofu. This is believed to occur because most commercial varieties of soy milk undergo minimal heat denaturation.

    Birch Pollen Allergy isn't as common in Australia as in Europe (in Australia, birch pollen is released for a couple of weeks in late winter).

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    It must be good because on special its still more expensive than pretty much any other brand of Soy Milk. Does it have gold dust in it?

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    Went to Woolies to grab some milk this evening. Everything is cleaned out, real milk, all long life, most soy and almond milk. Good luck finding any tomorrow.

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    There isn't any left.
    Took the last 2 bonsoy from Coles today at 6am (full price lol)

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    Is there a limit per customer of not sold out? I usually stock up for my morning coffee when this goes on sale!

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    How's this compared to the soy milk found at the Asian grocer? I like the tatse they have vs the vitasoy in coles/woolies and sanitarium soy milk

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    If you can get your hands on toilet paper this is at most worth 4 sheets of the good 3 ply stuff.

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    At 8AM @ Camberwell there was toilet paper, but no Soy milk including the above. There was almond milk though!
    Interesting to understand stock levels across the board on day 1 of the special.

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    Same price everyday at Aldi from memory. This is definitely my favourite soy milk.

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    Yeah it's the best soy milk, particularly good for foaming for coffee.
    Wonder how fast will sell out? Aldi always $3.90 iirc. Shame vitasoy soy milk never seems to be on sale anymore, it's kind of fine.

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      In Asia vitasoy latte and what ever you wants superiorally cheaper in most Asian regions yet the range in Australia is attrocious while on price.

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        Depends what you're comparing, I used to get those chocolate/thai ice tea/banana flavors in Thailand/Philippines, great for about 15 thb ( bottled drink, not 1L carton etc).

        WW got restrictions on numbers of items so just got two more. Still hard to justify even on special, ha. Vitasoy prob good enough for $3 otherwise but these are more of a treat for making nicer coffee.

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          Vita soy latte in philipines is 70cents refrigerated and tastes amazing.

          Shame on you Woolworths they never stock it any more(only on their website food delivery)
          And Coles huh.
          Vitasoy use to sell soy latte now they sell only chocolate 🤮 I can make that at home.

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    wondering how long does this gonna stay on WW shelf, considering hordes are hording the supermarket these days…. probably will see few brutes to throw punches for toilet papers…. yeah that's right… swallow more toilet papers people… it will flush all corona off your body… hahaha… priceless

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      Bro get some sleep

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      Saw a video floating around where Asian syndicates were bypassing item limits for baby formula by purchasing 2 in one transaction putting them in a stash outside somewhere then walking straight back in and repeating the purchase again amd again. They were literally taking 100's from one store. That personally I find disgusting abuse of the system.

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    Local store didn't even have sale price tag on shelf. Asked - they never received any stock for this sale😢

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    There are studies that prove scientifically that if you consume too much soy products you'll have zero testosterone.