The Dairy-Free Store Cupboard

Switching your eating habits can be quite a chore especially when you are out with your friends and requesting for restaurants to put your dressings or sauces on the side or checking with the chef if there are certain ingredients that should not be in the dish....

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Learning to read the labels

It's easy to cut milk and cheese out of your diet provided you check the labels of products as some do contain milk in different forms. Dairy shows up in an array of food products , from certain breads, salad dressings, chocolates, certain wines and health...

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Alternatives to cow’s milk and dairy products

Goat, sheep and buffalo milk and products (such as cream, butter, yoghurt and cheese) - it is worth checking if you are able to tolerate small quantities of other animal milks as they are now quite easy to obtain and available both fresh and UHT. Soya...

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Dairy Free 101

The difference between allergy and intolerance. Terms such as food allergy and food intolerance are often used interchangeably, yet they represent a disparate group of conditions. Modern classifications have divided adverse reactions to food into those...

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