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2/24/11 5:54 P

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Have just figured out that I need to be casiene free (away from the protein as well as the sugar in dairy) so I think I will try to find another group that fits that need better. God bless you-all with better health. ~Linda

Linda F in WA state
*John 10:10b Jesus came to give me life,
an abundant life!


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PAMELUCCIA's Photo PAMELUCCIA Posts: 8
2/7/11 1:35 P

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they are not advertised as lactose free, and they have very little information about lactose on their website, except to provide general information. However, those two products are labelled on the back underneath the nutrition info, and I have used them without any problems.

SIDE NOTE: the Kraft website also says that you can tell how much lactose is in an unsweetened dairy product by looking at how many grams of sugar it has. have you heard this before? I have never actually used the sugar as an indicator, because some lactose-free products have lactase enzyme added, which converts the lactose to glucose, so there would still be sugar in it.

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2/7/11 1:24 P

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Thank you, I did not know Kraft had lactose free items, I will check that out : emoticon

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2/7/11 10:53 A

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Kraft also has two products that have 0 grams of lactose per serving. The cracker barrel cheese sticks, 2% extra sharp, are individually wrapped 1 oz servings. Also the low-moisture part-skim shredded mozzerella. They both specifically say on the back, under the nutrition label "0 grams of lactose per serving" so if you're not dairy-allergic and just lactose intolerate, these work.

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2/6/11 7:33 P

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I use lactose free milk in place of regular milk in recipes. Also there is a lactose free cheese
made by Cabot of Vermont which is found in most grocery stores.

Hope this helps

Eileen

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1/23/11 8:41 A

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Please share your tips, tricks, techniques, recipes for lactose-free cooking.

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