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Hi Tiktea,

Udi's millet-chia bread is dairy free.  I think some Kinickkinick prudcts are df but not all.  Enjoy Life makes some products that are free of the top 8 allergens, including dairy.  Mi-Del makes some gf/df cookies.  Flourless peanut butter cookies are easy to make, and don't need any dairy.  Mission corn tortillas are dairy gf/df/sf too.  Daiya cheese sub is df/sf/gf.

It's good to take a multi-vitamin with calcium every week if you are dairy free.

I like to make corn muffins sometimes.  I also eat Quaker brand rice cakes, some of them are marked gf.  Some have diary though so check ingredients.  Almond milk and coconut milk or rice milk are good dairy free milk subs.  I avoid soy milk since it doesn't like me.

I am dairy free completely, as I don't tolerate casein either.  If you are just lactose free, you should be able to eat hard cheeses, as they have little lactose in them.  You can also get calcium from sardines (small bones) or bone broth.  Some veggies have a little calcium also.

Welcome to the forum Tiktea! :)



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I have been lactose intolerant for over a decade, and gluten free for over 3 years. It Enjoy life is good for dairy free cookies few other brands. I wll leave a list of foods and places to get them.


^ Some sites you can order from others give you a idea of what they make, check ingredients on them, Ians and a few others give you the option to check box allergens. I normally make my own, and eat more whole foods. But I understand the sometimes needing a quick craving fix -_-. I like the soft bake cooking from enjoy life, and the so delicious coconut yogurt is part of my daily regime. The cheeses from lisanatti, daiya, and follow your heart have been a fix for me when I need something solid. Other wise I have a whole list of homemade cheese sauces/dips I make at home from scratch.  I can PM you some recipes for cheese sauces, baked goods etc. if you would like. I like  to use nut milks like Cashew, Almond, Macadamia, Flax, etc a lot and they are normally enriched with nutrients found in milk. I do suggest keeping the the refrigerated ones as they tend to have better consistency and flavor,

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What types of things are you looking corn that are gf df?  Many gf things are also df.  If you live in a bigger city, you might even find a gf bakery that's makes some or all things dairy free.  Also, look for gf  things that say " vegan"  because those would be dairy free.  Canyon Bakehouse , a national brand, has at least some that are dairy free.  

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