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Lactose-Free: Ok For Baking?



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11/10/13 4:06 P

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use lactose free or non dairy milk substitutes like almond or coconut milks
and milk or butter or their substitutes don't help the baked good rise,) yeast does that.
I don't drink milk ..nor do I use it when I am baking also equal parts (in other words if the recipe call for 2 tbsp of oil use tbsp of applesauce) unsweetened applesauce can replace your oils.
happy baking.

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10/22/13 1:55 P

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Hi I was wondering if it is ok if I use lactose-free butter and lactose-free milk and lactose-free cream and lactose-free margarine when baking? I'm worried it's going to either be a bad combo or it's not going to rise, because I know that the butter helps it in some way, so does the lactose-free butter, milk and cream help as well or will it hurt it? Thanks.

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