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Dairy Change to: juice, soymilk, ricemilk, almond milk
(try different brands as some work better than others)
Dairy butter Change to: Coconut oil, apple sause
1 cup milk (for backing) Change to:1 cup water + 2 tbsp. safe margerine
1 cup butter milk 1/2 cup rice or soy milk 1 tbsp.vinigar or lemmon juice
Post your recipes with or with out credit Dairy Free Recipies
List of rice and soy "milks" , Allergy friendly cookbooks and websites
Vegan cookbooks can be very useful being meat,milk egg and often honey free. They are however unlikely to give you a dairy free gravy recipie.
Allergy cookbooks can be useful. They often have a milk and egg free muffins recipie next to a wheat milk free cake recipie. Allergy cookbooks usually can be found in health food stores. Just lookout for your combo of food allergies.
Kosher cook books can be useful because, people who eat Kosher keep their meat and milk seperate.You can also swich milk for another ingredient in you favorite recipie. Some brands of Soy milk work better than others in backing. We change milk for rice milk and applesause in our muffin recipies. Allergy cookbooks often have guides and suggestions on doing this.
Adding chopped yellow pepper on top of a dish can add the look of cheese.
Many celiac cookbooks are also dairy free
We make scambled eggs with rice milk. Rice soy or even applesause can be used in mashed poetatoes.
If you are willing to try new things, you can try Juice or apple sause instead of milk in pancakes. Try watered down jam in your cookies, colour might not be off. hummas or nut spreads can replace margerine, if you don't have dairy free margerine. Some brands of hummus can have hidden dairy but can add a slightly interesting taste.
If you replace milk with juice, reduce the amount of sugar in your recipie.
Rice milk is thinner than cows milk, so either add more dry ingredients or thicken ricemilk with applesause, or use less rice milk
Soy milk is about as thick as cows milk.
Almond milk is an interesting alternative, not to be used by people with any nut allergies.
Many brand name soy and rice milks have cooking tips and recipies on their web sites. The milk alternative you use, may have interesting information on its web site, or coupon!
Be aware of cross contamination in the kitchen if dealing with a severe allergy.
You may want to invest in a bread machine, especially if dealing with multiple allergies, you can not only make bread but pizza bread, hot cross buns and other bread products.