I do not eat dairy products. In fact I think snacks are in part why the US and UK got so large and I suspect if we had no snacks and 3 meals a day we would all do better. So I try not to have snacks.A piece of meat or fish can be a snack or an oat cake (I don't eat wheat) although even those are processed. I like a fairly whole food/paleo diet.
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Since I don't have a problem with dairy, I don't pay much attention to what processed foods have milk in them or not. So, if you think you'd like to try something, just check the ingredients list. Things, like soy, are showing up in products that one would never suspect to find them. Nuts, chips of all sorts, I like a brand called "Food Should Taste Good", peanut, almond & cashew butter sandwiches, baked beans & baked bean sandwiches, subs with out cheese, (ask if their buns include milk), any leftovers. I hear that beans can give a baby gas, too, though. Tacos, hamburgers (ask if they mix milk with the meat - wouldn't expect it...but...), fish sandwich (Watch the calorie count, these are more like meals. A snack should be about 100-150 calories.) Olives, pickles, I know these are veggies. Crackers or all sorts, check the ingredients. That's all I can think of off the top of my head. Good luck!
I apologize if there is a thread for this already... I am currently 100% dairy free for my breastfeeding daughter who has a dairy sensitivity. I am looking for ideas for clean snacks (other than fruit and veggies) that are dairy free. Thanks in advance!
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