Yes, whey protein powder generally tastes best with milk, though we suggest using a low or no-fat milk.
Yes, rice protein powder can be added to milk, though we suggest a low or no-fat milk. For vegans, almond or soy milk can make a good substitute.
Yes you can mix hemp protein powder with milk, though as always hemp takes more vigorous shaking to ensure there are no clumps.
Yes you can add pea protein powder to milk, but preferably low or no-fat milk. For vegans you can substitute with almond or soy milk.
Yes soy protein powder can be mixed with milk, soy milk, water, juice or just about any other liquid you may choose.
Beef protein powder can be mixed with milk or water, but can be a little harder at mixing for a clump free result.
Yes, casein tends to taste better with milk and as you are likely using casein before bed, milk can also aid with digestion speed.
Yes, most plant protein powders tend to taste better with milk and provide a smoother result.