Biodegradable alternatives like chitosan and essential oils have been studied as potential replacements, and now scientists have used the milk protein casein to create a packaging film which is degradable, edible and much better at preventing spoilage than plastic.
David Siegel has a page titled Calcium: White Goldor what the dairy industry doesn't want you to know. Click X to close the obnoxious frame added to the left. This is a bacteria in dairy that some blame Crohn's on. Jon Majerik put up Dairy Free Kidsa blog with a lot of useful articles buried in its archive.
The site could be much more useful were it organized as a web site and not as a blog. To open a book in a new window easier for comparisons hold down the Ctrl key when you click the link. Books are ordered by Amazon rank. If you are seeking cookbooks that are gluten-free in addition to being dairy-free, a more comprehensive list can be found on my GF Books page.
This cookbook almost gets a perfect 5 rating at Amazon. The book is considered the ultimate guide, or an encyclopedia for dairy-free living. All recipes are without gluten, wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, peanuts, tree nuts and sesame. The book offers detailed explanations of alternative foodstuffs, advice about choosing safe products, and sources for buying them.
Recipes will appeal to vegans, people avoiding refined sugar and artificial ingredients, and cooks interested in baking with flours such as amaranth and quinoa. Published December 22, The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook: The book has over reviews at Amazon, with most ecstatic.
This tenth anniversary edition offers completely new versions of the acclaimed, original recipes plus many new ones.
The book includes the latest research about dairy and your health. Tables and charts show calcium, protein, and other nutrients in a variety of plant foods to help you safely replace dairy in your diet. Easy Delights for Everyone by Jennifer Cornbleet.
The recipes avoid white sugar, white flour, dairy products, trans-fats, saturated fats, and processed foods.
They are easy-to-follow and require no cooking. Included are cakes, pies, compotes, crumbles, custards, sorbets, ice creams, cookies, and candies. All ingredients and tools needed are listed upfront. You will need a natural foods store or mail order for the ingredients. The ratings average to 5. Covers traditional flavors plus a variety of exotic and gourmet tastes made with herbs, spices, and liqueurs.
You can adjust the flavors and sweetness to your liking, using the choicest natural ingredients. From scooped ice cream, sundaes, sherbets, and sorbets to ice cream sandwiches, shakes and floats, you'll find all your ice cream parlor favorites complete with toppings and sauces.
Uses coconut milk and agave. The book almost gets a flawless 5 star rating at Amazon. Sweets are wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, processed sugar-free, and vegan. She provides recipes for chocolates, ice creams, fudge, cupcakes, cobblers, pies and even cheesecake.
However, she's a little short on recipes for cakes. Recipes are fast, easy, and have no more than six ingredients, often fewer. With lists of essential tools, key ingredients including "superfoods" that enhance flavor and nutritionand full-color photos.
Options are given for substitutions. Dehydrator recipes are separated into their own chapter, and kept to a minimum. The reviews average to a 5 star rating. None of these recipes call for tofu, soy milk, or other ingredients that mimic meat, dairy, and eggs. Where an Italian recipe traditionally calls for cheese or eggs, the author finds a vegan version or invents one, staying within the norms of the cuisine.
Most recipes are less than a page. There are no pictures. The reviews find the recipes delicious.Both whey and casein are dairy-based proteins derived from the cheese-making process.
In fact, all dairy products contain a blend of both whey and casein. Milk is roughly 80 percent casein and 20 percent whey. What is casein? Casein and whey are the proteins found in all types of animal milks.
It differs in concentrations in different types of milk and is the highest in cow’s milk (87%). If a glass of milk or a slice of pizza causes swollen lips, hives, or other significant symptoms, you may have an allergy to casein, a protein in milk.
Another milk protein associated with food allergies is whey. Some people are allergic to both casein and whey. Milk Allergy.
Milk allergy is the most common allergy among children. One to two percent of young U.S. children have a milk allergy. Children with a milk allergy must avoid milk in all forms.
What is A2 Milk? A2 milk is cow’s milk that contains only the A2 variant of beta-casein protein. In referring to A2 milk, we are talking only about the specific type of protein it contains, called beta casein, and nothing else (not fat or carbohydrates). Go to No Milk Introduction Sites by Individuals.
Go Dairy Free is a major site on dairy free living put up by Anthony Fleming.; Nigel Dobson-Keeffe put up the first site on the Internet specifically for Milk Allergy. Milk Allergy and Lactose Intolerance is the entry page for the Milk Allergy support group based in Adelaide, Australia.