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Apparently I'm milk allergic, and probably gluten allergic, also. It only took me about 20 years to realize that having a sore throat or nearly drowning in phlegm every time I just look at dairy stuff hard is not normal. I learned that Lactose intolerant and milk allergy is completely different. It means almost no candy and chocolate, no dairy, and nothing with the two bad ingredients in it. (can't spell them) But it's worth it if I start feeling better.
My family eats a lot of dairy, so I was wondering if any of y'all knew of any dairy and gluten free recipes that won't break a poor college student. Also, if there are any dairy and gluten free people on here, I'd love to hear some suggestions and tips.
I don't have a milk allergy or anything, but I chose to stop drinking cow's milk and dairy products due to what I have researched about dairy products. I drink unsweetened almond milk and will drink a small glass of light chocolate milk after a work out. There are many alternatives such as soy milk, almond milk, rice milk, hemp milk. You just have to see what you believe tastes good to you
After switching to almond milk, I find myself drinking less of it (I used to drink go through at least a half gallon of milk in a week) and one good thing about the alternative milks is that the milk does not go bad as fast as regular cow's milk. There are lots of ways to get calcium