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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 58,114
1/5/14 9:54 A

There is not a way to exclude dairy from your meal plan. Sorry about that!

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1/5/14 4:31 A

Instead of the milk products, you can use alternatives. I don't have a menu plan - I do my own, but anything that you have in dairy/eggs, there is an alternative. Soy Milk, Soy Cheese, Soy Yoghurt, Soy Ice Cream - and there are the other alternatives to dairy as you will well know. It just means deleting the dairy product and replacing it with your own.

I hope that is helpful.

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1/5/14 1:41 A

I see that I can select "vegetarian" and "No Eggs" but I was wondering if there is a way to exclude milk to make the diet plan vegan. Thanks!

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