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What does ‘dairy-light’ mean?

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20 Oct What does ‘dairy-light’ mean?

Cows milk is perfect for growing calves, but it’s not so good for me! 

Quite a long time ago, I went traveling. For two years, I wandered the South Pacific, Australasia, and South East Asia. It was wonderful, but I also got sick and, as consequence, developed an intolerance for cow’s milk.

Because of this, most of the recipes I feature on this site are ‘dairy-free.’ Others are what I call ‘dairy-light.’ This means that they use milk products from other animals, like goats or buffalo, whose milk I, and many others, can digest more easily. It’s something to do with the molecular structure of the fat globules, I believe.

If you experience unpleasant side effects from eating dairy, you might find a ‘dairy-light’ diet suits you, too. But don’t just take my word for it – it’s probably best if you speak to your doctor about it first.

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