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    Default Is goats cheese dairy free?

    I'm currently following a wheat free and dairy free diet ) amongst other things, to try and conceive. I'm drinking oat milk which is not too bad really, but I'm missing cheese. Is goats cheese dairy free and if not, can anyone tell me of a dairy free cheese, please? Not allowed to eat soy products either. Thanks!

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    No I'm pretty sure it's not dairy free and I don't know of a dairy free brand of cheese sold here, sorry

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    What are you wanting to cut out or cut down on?

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    No.

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    I think you can get soy cheese at the supermarket. I've never tried it, so not sure if it's any good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABigDeepBreath View Post
    I think you can get soy cheese at the supermarket. I've never tried it, so not sure if it's any good.
    I like it

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    I'm actually not allowed any soy products either, so soy cheese is out too, unfortunately.
    Last edited by siansmum; 13-07-2012 at 21:35. Reason: Wrong quote used

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    Can I ask what part of the dairy product are you abstaining from? The lactose, the hormones etc....
    I'm abstain from mammalian milk products - due to the hormones (had hormone receptive breast cancer a few years ago....so just avoiding all oestrogens - including soy too)
    And yes I really miss fetta
    My gorgeous friends bought me a tub of coconut cream yoghurt last weekend (I nearly cried, as I haven't eaten yoghurt for over three years)
    But it was $12 for a tub

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    Was that CoYo?

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    I'm actually not sure what part of the dairy I'm not allowed to have. The book just says no dairy, no wheat, no soy, no raw or cold foods. It's pretty limiting, but we're desperate for this to work. We lost our five and a half year old daughter 9 weeks ago and really want to give our 21 month old son a brother or sister to grow up with. I'm 42 and my husband is 51, so that's why we can't afford to wait on this one. We used this diet and acupuncture to conceive our son and it worked the first month, but I'm not sure if we'll be successful this time as I had an Ovarian Reserve Test this week and my results were devastating - less than 1 when the normal range is 14-30. Have to try all I can.


 

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