Hi there, and welcome to the world's hugest and only compendium of Infrequently Asked Questions about oatmilk. From the rarely asked to the seldom wondered-about, this site has all manner of inquiries for the oat-curious, eco-minded or just plain bored. So consider this the only resource you need for answers to questions you've probably never had about the original oat drink.
Standing in line, filling out forms, applying for approval, that all seems like a lot of trouble and since oatmilk is the opposite of that, no permit required.
It might sound counterintuitive, but oatmilk can be used basically anytime and anywhere. Except maybe pools. Probably keep it out of pools.
It does not but don’t let that deter you. Most people consider oatmilk to be self-explanatory. If you run into trouble you can always text a friend.
That would clearly mean quite a bit of bother, expense and inconvenience and so we’d have to say please do not.
We can’t speak directly for oats, but since they don’t have mouths or brains and can’t feel pain, we will anyway: “No”.
Oatmilk is actually zero maintenance in the care department, very much unlike the White Tufted Marmoset, Australian Shepherd or making cow milk.
Practice? Like how? It doesn’t matter–no, you don’t need to practice for oatmilk, it literally requires nothing of you beyond knowing it exists and in general is better for the climate than cow milk.
No kind of cow actually. Or maybe it's none cows? Regardless, oatmilk in fact comes from oats instead of cows which is the thing that makes it oatmilk and not cow milk.
Many people yes! Some people no! And a bunch of people might not know what to think about you, which is totally fine because who cares.
Are you okay with oatmilk pockets is really the question here. Loose oatmilk in any pocket will defnitely result in oatmilk pockets, which is quite different from oatmilk still in its little carton being okay for pockets, since that comes with its own assortment of pocket fitment issues.
Hey, there’s nothing stopping you, except logic and reason and common sense and maybe a friend who understands how sustainability works.
We don’t want so say no and we don't want to say yes, but unless you can figure out a way to drive oatmilk, we're going with no.
A fair ask and while we stall in answering it, you may be interested in this awkward segue: on average, oatmilk has a lower climate impact than cow milk, and conceivably, possibly, is less affected by full moons, if it at all.
This is a question that puzzles nearly two Americans every year so on behalf of goats nationwide as well as oatmilks globally, oatmilk is just oatmilk without any goats whatsoever, if that clears things up.
We’ve done literally no research on this whatsoever but feel confident in saying that cows really won’t know the difference.
Learning, ugh. Oatmilk doesn’t require any intellectual heavy lifting, so you can remain as oblivious to it as you like.
Yes, in fact we encourage maintaining the same bowl routine you use now to minimize the risk of even infinitesimal changes to your lifestyle.
That just seems like a big pain and therefore we’d have to say no. Unless your political views are awful, then maybe.
None outside your existing milk-pouring skillset. If you’ve poured regular milk, consider yourself a highly trained individual.
Definitely not have to. Maybe might want to? Either way, oatmilk is non-judgmental when it comes to choice of electricity sourcing.
If it did wouldn’t that be cool then to choose what your new voice sounded like? But it doesn’t, so, sorry. Oatmilk really involves the least amount of change possible.
Assuming there is such a thing as fried milk on a stick (apparently there is), you can absolutely use oatmilk instead of cow milk since it’s basically a one-to-one swap. Except oatmilk has the added bonus of on average being better for the climate than cow milk, fried or not.
Um, if you want? Just switching to oatmilk from cow milk can lower your climate impact, any other stuff is really up to you.
Not really? A recycled spoon makes a decent pro-planet statement but it's more of a nice to have so maybe think about it next time you're cutlery shopping.
If you are crossing state lines on foot or via car, scooter, plane, glider or recumbent bike, on a skateboard or hoverboard or boat then yes oatmilk can accompany you. If you are not crossing by one of those modes, oatmilk can still accompany you.
Stranger things have occurred but in all likelihood no.
Good question but no. Not even some of your clothes. Although we'd never dissuade you from experimenting with a more plant-based lifestyle.
Honestly, whatever normal money you use to buy stuff is good, no need to go out of your way for oatmilk with exotic currencies or other fungible assets.
The NHTSA has yet to weigh in on this but if they did, they'd most certainly recommend never filling your car's gas tank with oatmilk and trying to drive it. Walking around with it is fine though.
The height requirement for drinking oatmilk is as follows: you have to be as tall or taller than the words in this sentence and if you are not this tall for whatever reason, that is also acceptable.
Yes and we're sorry, that's just the way it is. We wish you nothing but the best with your future canning endeavors.
Electric oatmilk is probably quite a ways off, so as of now there's no charging or electrification necessary for oatmilk to perform at peak oatmilkness.
This really depends on whether we're talking out-of-carton oatmilk or in-carton oatmilk, the density differentials between the oatmilk and what it's floating in as well as surrounding and oatmilk temperatures so let's parking lot this one for now, cool?
Oatmilk would never ask you to make that big of a commitment, or any commitment really. That said, some trees are undeniably very appealing.
Just a sec while we think that through. Okay, you can if you want, as long as you manage your expectations. You could also consider hiring an oatmilk drinker while you're away, but we don't recommend it.
It will work, yes, and the drinking motion happens to be exactly the same as a non-oatmilk drinking motion, so you should be all set.
Like what do you mean, to open it or to pour it? Either way, no. That would be kind of cool though, so, question noted.
Well, a majority of people are right-handed but that has zero relevance here so we’d say either hand you use most often to pick up any other milk? Oatmilk is hand-agnostic.
Uh, one oatmilks. In general, even one oatmilks is better for the climate than one cow milks. But don't feel you have to limit yourself.
Thanks for asking and most certainly not. (Oh-t-lee) would never ask you to go through such trouble. Just pointing at the carton with a grunt is more than sufficient.
You will know oatmilk is working because you're reading these words right now which say, "oatmilk has some really great health aspects like beta-glucans and some really great environmental aspects like on average having a lower climate impact than cow milk".
Far too much hassle and inconvenience sourcing special beans and who's to say which beans are special, so our answer is an unequivocal no. Oatmilk's a perfect swap for regular milk in any coffee, regardless of specialness.
Done with that oatmilk try? Sure. Done with the carton, probably not? Done making a better choice for the climate than cow milk, kind of and kind of not, it's basically your call from here on out.