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missing milk

Answered on March 03, 2014
Created February 28, 2014 at 11:22 AM

Missing my cup of tea with milk any advice?

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on March 03, 2014
at 06:21 AM

I'd say go for raw milk or raw cream if you tolerate them. For many years I avoided dairy and now i can enjoy milk (even whole pasteurised milk).

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on March 01, 2014
at 01:51 PM

Right into hot tea… LOL. Pasteurized in seconds.

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on February 28, 2014
at 08:18 PM

1 day lol

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on February 28, 2014
at 05:42 PM

common reactions in people who are lactose intolerant

Bloating, gas, rumbling in bowels, pain or cramping in lower abdomen, loose stools or diarrhea, vomiting

There is also milk allergy reactions.

Heavy cream in your tea can be an option if lactose is the issue.

Give it a try.

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on February 28, 2014
at 12:58 PM

u drink it and nothing bad happens

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on February 28, 2014
at 12:39 PM

drink milk

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on March 03, 2014
at 07:31 AM

I like almond milk a lot - particularly the Blue Diamond brand. The coconut milk always gives weird textures but the almond milk. It's good plain. Look for ones that don't have a lot of stabilizers like xanthan gum and carageenan. They give wierd textures - especially if you're cooking with them. Coconut cream is also good, you'll find it in the asian food section of your grocery. Be warned of cream of coconut which is used to make pina coladas, it's found in the mixers/bar section of your grocer, and it's almost pure sugar.

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on March 02, 2014
at 08:27 AM

Use double cream! Tastes better than milk and way less lactose! Or blend unsalted butter into it, also amazing!

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on March 01, 2014
at 09:19 PM

Thanks. I received my diet book today. It says almond milk acceptable :) honey to sweeten

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on February 28, 2014
at 05:50 PM

Raw Milk

32f5749fa6cf7adbeb0b0b031ba82b46

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on March 01, 2014
at 01:51 PM

Right into hot tea… LOL. Pasteurized in seconds.

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on March 03, 2014
at 06:21 AM

I'd say go for raw milk or raw cream if you tolerate them. For many years I avoided dairy and now i can enjoy milk (even whole pasteurised milk).

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on February 28, 2014
at 05:47 PM

how long have you been off of dairy?

EDIT: I see you've been off dairy for one day. try coconut milk (yes the will taste pretty unbearable until you get used to it since you're so used to milk). Definitely keep off the dairy for 21-30 days before you decide you can't live without it. Then add it back in and decide wether it's worth having or not. Try doing The Whole 30

D6181e7a16ff2af90f90aba62211724d

on February 28, 2014
at 08:18 PM

1 day lol

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D6181e7a16ff2af90f90aba62211724d

on February 28, 2014
at 01:02 PM

Ok :) what's the worse that can happen

F291857fa12a0291688ea994343156dc

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on February 28, 2014
at 05:42 PM

common reactions in people who are lactose intolerant

Bloating, gas, rumbling in bowels, pain or cramping in lower abdomen, loose stools or diarrhea, vomiting

There is also milk allergy reactions.

Heavy cream in your tea can be an option if lactose is the issue.

Give it a try.

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D6181e7a16ff2af90f90aba62211724d

on February 28, 2014
at 12:55 PM

how would I know if i tolerate It

2eb1b3e896624be5506029e3fec3e9e2

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on February 28, 2014
at 12:58 PM

u drink it and nothing bad happens

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32f5749fa6cf7adbeb0b0b031ba82b46

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on February 28, 2014
at 12:53 PM

Or just drink milk, if you tolerate it.

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on February 28, 2014
at 11:32 AM

Coconut milk.

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