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Old 02-04-2012, 09:16 AM   #11
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Different thing. Some babies are allergic to cow's milk, and goat's milk sometimes gets around that. But goat (and other bovids) produce milk with about the same lactose content. But there seems to be something about goat's milk that makes it easier on some lactose intolerant systems, so it's worth a try, especially since any natural cheese process will reduce the lactose anyway.

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Old 02-08-2012, 10:38 AM   #12
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What about goat or ewe milk cheese verses cow ?

I am writing to inform you, that in Spain there are Lactose free cheeses and lactose free milk. This is relatively recent here in Spain.

It has become more prevalent in recent years, to have lactose intolerance or gluten intolerance problems.

I have found less of this problem in Greece and Italy, perhaps as they utilize more goat and ewe milk cheese varieties.

Are you lactose intolerant to ewe milk or goat cheese ?

If not, this could be an alternative.

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