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Cow’s milk is a complete protein. (A complete protein is a source of protein that contains an adequate proportion of all nine of the essential amino acids necessary for the dietary needs of humans or other animals.)
Cow’s milk has double the protein and more calcium and B vitamins than almond milk.
Almond milk is not a complete protein and has very little protein compared to cow’s milk. Almond milk has only 1 gram per cup versus 7 grams in cow’s milk.
Some brands of almond milk sweeten their almond milk with a large amount of sugar.
Cow’s Milk is one of the most nutrient-rich beverages you can enjoy. A one-cup fat-free serving provides 30 percent of our daily value for calcium, 16% value for protein; 25 percent for vitamin D, 22 percent for B12; 26 percent of riboflavin (a B vitamin), 25 percent of phosphorus and 11 percent for potassium.
Flaxmilk is another good option.
You can buy shelf stable flaxmilk