My daughter is allergic to something in milk that makes her not able to eat any dairy. She is drinking and eating soy everything. Does anyone have any recopies or websites that has soy type meals?Answer Question
Answer by ria7 at 11:47 AM on Mar. 17, 2009
Answer by IzabellasMom210 at 11:54 AM on Mar. 17, 2009
Answer by J9Mommy at 12:06 PM on Mar. 17, 2009
Answer by ria7 at 12:08 PM on Mar. 17, 2009
actually you kids can out grown certain allergies, it has been proven. all of my kids are allergic to any type of milk including breast milk when they are born and then they grow out of it by the time they are a year and half. it runs on my husbands side of the family his father had it as a kid. almost all of my nieces and nephews have had the same problem and the only one that did not have it in my husbands family is my husband he was the only one that could breast feed with out getting sick and lethargic.
Answer by mrssundin at 12:51 PM on Mar. 17, 2009
Answer by AprilDJC at 6:29 PM on Mar. 17, 2009
Answer by tyfry7496 at 7:56 PM on Mar. 17, 2009
For dairy-free recipes, try these sites to start with: http://dairyfreecooking.about.com/, http://allrecipes.com/Recipes/Healthy-Cooking/Dairy-Free/Main.aspx , http://dairyfreeme.com/ , and http://www.lifescript.com/Body/Food/Cook/Dairy_Free_Cooking_Made_Easy.aspx .
Besides soy, other milk replacement options are rice, almond, hazelnut, hemp and coconut milks; there is also a product called Dari-Free (comes in original & chocolate), which is a powder you mix as needed and isÂ usually found in a health food store or online (made by Vance's).
Answer by mom2aspclboy at 8:07 PM on Mar. 17, 2009
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