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From: rikjog (
Subject:         NO!!!!
Date: April 25, 2009 at 12:16 pm PST

In Reply to: please tell me these cheese cravings fade posted by Tom ZeCat on September 23, 2006 at 9:01 am:

I am allergic to milk, have been since a baby when the doctor put me on a waterdowned formula. I grew up during the 70's and 80's when there were not alternatives and "we" just didn't know enough about the culmative effects of ingesting it. So I was given milk products to eat. After thousands if not tens of thousands of severe eczema break outs and ear drum damage from all the ear infections i suffered as a child I did research and took myself off of it when i was 18 (about 20 years now). I am unfortunately still suffering from the ingesting of milk and all the steriod, antibiotic, and hormone Meds those wonderfully narrow minded doctors put me on as a child.

I have found wonderful alternatives for all milk products EXCEPT cheese and I miss it, miss it miss it. At the moment I make due with Tofutti cheese slices for pizza and grilled cheeses but I am always on the look out for better tasting alternatives. I love cheese but it isn't worth the pain and suffering.

In Aprils issue of Vegetarian times they have 3 recipes for cheese that i can't wait to try.

Good luck from one who misses cheese like nobodys buisness. :)

I do have a great milk free cannolli filling, key lime pie and cheese cake recipe if your interested.

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