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QUESTION 1:

I am thinking about cutting out dairy for a little while.

I get Pacific Almond Milk for my breakfast. But I am using Fat Free Milk for my cooking/baking.

I tried to use the Vanilla Almond Milk with a bread mix one time and it turned out strange so I don't cook/bake with it anymore (weird texture compared to previous loaves).

Maybe it was a whatever thing that happened or the Vanilla Flavor didn't go well with the recipe.

Has anyone else had this problem?

QUESTION 2:

Does anyone who does not eat/drink dairy make Lasagna?

What do you use in place of cheese?

Thank you very much for any information :)

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QUESTION 1:

I am thinking about cutting out dairy for a little while.

I get Pacific Almond Milk for my breakfast. But I am using Fat Free Milk for my cooking/baking.

I tried to use the Vanilla Almond Milk with a bread mix one time and it turned out strange so I don't cook/bake with it anymore (weird texture compared to previous loaves).

Maybe it was a whatever thing that happened or the Vanilla Flavor didn't go well with the recipe.

Has anyone else had this problem?

QUESTION 2:

Does anyone who does not eat/drink dairy make Lasagna?

What do you use in place of cheese?

Thank you very much for any information :)

There is a lasagna thread with some great sounding ideas from I think August or September(google it). The first time I did it w/o dairy I used mashed potatoes. I made enchiladas the other day with mashed sweet potatoes and it should work for the lasagna too. I bought some "Follow Your Heart Cheese" and put a couple of strips on my dd's enchiladas. It was orange and so pretty on top. I have yet to try it on other things (I am using it sparingly).

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There is a lasagna thread with some great sounding ideas from I think August or September(google it). The first time I did it w/o dairy I used mashed potatoes. I made enchiladas the other day with mashed sweet potatoes and it should work for the lasagna too. I bought some "Follow Your Heart Cheese" and put a couple of strips on my dd's enchiladas. It was orange and so pretty on top. I have yet to try it on other things (I am using it sparingly).

WOW I never thought of using Mash Potatoes with either one.... Do you make your own or do the mash out of a box/bag??? So the layer you would normally do cheese you just slap on the mash potatoe? I LOVE potatoes so I will have to try this sometime soon =) Thanks :D

If you mean the ricotta....there are all sorts of subs. If you can have soy, just Google "Vegan Ricotta".

Here is one with Mac Nuts:

http://www.nutsonline.com/recipes/macadami...ta-cheese-.html

Thank you for the link and recipe :)

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