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Including cheese and other dairy products to your meals can add great flavor and texture to your meal. However, recipes that contain ingredients such as milk, eggs, and cheese may not be what the doctor ordered. Fortunately, there are alternatives to dairy products that you can use in your recipes if you are cooking for someone who needs to avoid dairy.
The tips in this section will help you know how to substitute milk and other dairy products in your recipes for other ingredients that can act in the same way. If you love to eat dairy products you'll find tips here for you as well.
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Substitutes for Milk in Recipes
There can be all kinds of reasons that you might need to substitute milk in a recipe. It could be due to allergies, intolerance, or even simply due to the fact that you forgot to pick up some milk the last time you went grocery shopping. No matter what the reason is, if you don't know what would make a good substitute for milk in most recipes, you won't be able to do any cooking. Here is some great help for you to use when you next find yourself in this situation.
Using Creams and Substitutes
If you're wondering about fresh cream, whipped cream, or sour cream, you don't need to look any further. You can even cut calories with cream substitutions!
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