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    No to any of that dairy. ...
    I bought nuttelex. .. is a butter made with oils so no dairy in it.
    I use formula for everything else. It's a pain. I'm only just weaning onto solids so I've been wracking my brain to be creative.

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    Someone gave me a meal yesterday with cheese in it by mistake - I are half before realising as this was the result

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    I also use Nuttelex as a substitute to butter/margarine. There is a product you can buy called 'DariFree' that is a substitute for milk and great for cooking.

    Otherwise you can use coconut/oat/almond/rice milk. All babies react differently, your DD may be able to tolerate small amounts in your diet, but mine clearly can't!

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    My son couldn't handle any dairy in my diet as a little un. Over time, (maybe by 9 months) i was able to have small amounts of dairy and then this increased til i could have most dairy but his direct diet was still dairy free.

    He is now 18 months and can have some butter on toast (but not every day). It is a balancing act.


 

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