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9/30/13 1:18 A

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I can't handle it, but thanks! I miss it and feta cheese too

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9/25/13 10:21 P

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It's been my understanding that the Greek yogurt which has most of the whey drained is well handled by people with lactose intolerance. I've seen the same info on a Google search.

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9/14/13 9:44 P

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Is there such a thing as lactose free greek "plain" yogurt? Or can it be made with soy?
What about feta cheese?

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