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    I use coconut cream in pasta and different things in place of cream. My brother has an ice cream maker and makes ice cream on rice milk, coconut milk or coconut cream, and we use rice milk a lot. It sounds like goats milk would be out.

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    Firstly, I'm so sorry for your loss

    Goats is not dairy free unfortunately. My DS is allergic to dairy & soy so I have experience with this! You can get coconut cream yoghurt & icecream - yet to find cheese in this form though.

    However you can get a soy & dairy free cheese substitute from allergy food shops. It's made mainly from potato starch and tastes vile if you love real cheese! But luckily my DS knows no different

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Was that CoYo?
    I can't remember I just know it was deeeeeeelicious
    I know where to purchase it, just down the mountian........so when I have a spare $12 lying around, you know where I'll be


 

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