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Old 05-08-2013, 08:15 PM   #5
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Re: Dairy intolerance help

I nolonger have to be as strict now with our little one and since I cook most from scratch due to my husbands allergies wasn't quite as worried about food at home.

I did discover however that just because a food says butter alternative does not mean it is dairy free so watch for that.

Also for a treat for you, oreo cookies are dairy free despite looking like they must have dairy in them. They taste great dipped in almond milk. Just as good as cows milk.

Also if you eat fast food I found something in Burger Kings burgers would trigger a reaction. We had no issues with Mcdonalds hamburgers though. I didn't have the courage to try the chicken though.
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