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Getting My Goat …

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… or finding ways to live with lactose intolerance. I already carry around little chewable tablets to deal with foods in restaurants and friend’s homes. As well as dealing with my love of cheese in the first place.

I use goat cheese more and more to avoid the unpleasant after effects of fresh milk cheeses.

Cherry Glen and Firefly Farms are my favorite local sources of goat cheese.

I now found a source of goat’s milk while shopping at Roots the other day.

Here’s to brownies and milk and no problems.

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  1. Those little pills are handy alright, however I find they don’t work as well as I’d like them to. Also being lactose intolerant, last week I decided to make some ice cream with goat milk – turned out deliciously 🙂

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  2. I have to try doing that. I need to find a more inexpensive source of goat milk, though. This stuff isn’t cheap here in our area.

    I do OK with one pill, except if I know there might be cream in something. Then, I take two. Alfredo sauces are a killer to me, as would be cheesecake. I avoid cheesecake.

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  3. Hi There! I am also lactose intolerant and a cheese lover! I
    enjoy Goat cheese with certain things and would love to find one
    locally that isn’t as salty as the rest. Let me know if you have
    any suggestions! Thanks and enjoy your weekend,I’m sure you’re
    going to do something that’s right up my alley. 🙂

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