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Friday, June 06, 2008

LactoFree News You Can Use

I've been following LactoFree, the British lactose-free milk, since it was first introduced two years ago. (This is real milk, like Lactaid and similar products in the U.S., so it's only for the lactose intolerant.)

One thing I haven't told you is that the LactoFree site has a news page that is very much like a blog, with posts that stay up and are accessible for months.

They don't post there often, and some of it is purely promotional. The other news has a smattering of useful hints and tips, like the best way to substitute lactose-free milk in recipes. It's worth checking out.

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1 comment:

Sarah said...

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and check out our newest post!