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Still not feeling that great but I found out the shampoo and conditiner I was using had wheat protein. I was using the ABBA professional shampoo and conditioner. I was wondering if you are casein intolerant sorry I'm not sure if I spelt that correctly. Does that include butter?

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Still not feeling that great but I found out the shampoo and conditiner I was using had wheat protein.  I was using the ABBA professional shampoo and conditioner. I was wondering if you are casein intolerant sorry I'm not sure if I spelt that correctly.  Does that include butter?

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You spelled Casein right, you need to read the butter to see if they have added casein. Usually cheese is notorious for casein.

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Casein as far as I know is in all butter.

Here's a link about casein intolerance.

http://web.mit.edu/kevles/www/nomilk.html#badingredients

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I did see one brand of butter once a long time ago with no casein, can't remember the name or where I found it but then I never found it again. I usually by Fleishman's margarine there is one that does not have casein or whey.

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Also ghee (clarified butter) might not have casein.

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Thanks for all your help! I just can't get off the computer. I have been on it for about 5 hours researching celiac's etc. Found so much helpful information. I have been using butter on everything and reacting to everything lately. I never evened stopped t tink it might be the butter duh!! So I'll try going butter free for the next little while and see if that helps.

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We use olive oil for potatoes, bread and things like that. For baking recipes that call for solid butter I use coconut butter or Spectrum organic shortening.

At first I was really stressed about not using butter but now we don't even miss it. My dd is also soy free. Seems like most of the butter substitutes have casein and or soy in them.

I love to take a bread plate and pour some balsamic vinger, extra virgin olive oil and Italian herbs & spices; we use this to dip our bread in. This oil is a health and flavorful alternative to butter for crusty gluten-free breads....YUM :D

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We use olive oil for potatoes, bread and things like that. For baking recipes that call for solid butter I use coconut butter or Spectrum organic shortening.

At first I was really stressed about not using butter but now we don't even miss it. My dd is also soy free. Seems like most of the butter substitutes have casein and or soy in them.

I love to take a bread plate and pour some balsamic vinger, extra virgin olive oil and Italian herbs & spices; we use this to dip our bread in. This oil is a health and flavorful alternative to butter for crusty gluten-free breads....YUM :D

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Do you make your own breads?

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Do you make your own breads?

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No I don't. I tried making some flat bread with potato flour. I didn't feel well after eating it but of course I was loading it with butter which I think I might be reacting to but I'll have to try it out tomorrow. Whenever I react to something it always keeps me bloated all day and usually when I wake up the following morning I feel alot better. So Can't test it out till tomorrow. Why?

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Yes, butter has casein in it. Butter is MOSTLY milkfat, but does have some of the protein still in it. In theory, perfectly made ghee will not have any casein in it, because it's had all the solids (proteins) removed.

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I keep hearing conflicting info. on the butter vs. margarine issue.

I have a dairy allergy (caseine or lactose not sure which). I have started using margarine from the health food store. Is it healthy or am I just clogging my arteries?

I also wondered if I could use coconut oil and add a butter flavor that is gluten-free?

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I keep hearing conflicting info. on the butter vs. margarine issue.

I have a dairy allergy (caseine or lactose not sure which). I have started using margarine from the health food store. Is it healthy or am I just clogging my arteries?

  I also wondered if I could use coconut oil and add a butter flavor that is gluten-free?

sharon

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I can't see why you couldn't use coconut oil with butter flavor. I like hemp oil too,actually I am addicted to hemp seeds. I usually use the margarine for baking. I think one is as good or bad as the other meaning they are equal except for me of course. I love the taste of butter but it depends on whether I think I have suffered enough of not on my daring myslef to eat it, I have not ate butter in so long I can't even tell you what it costs.

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