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Re: Holiday Food

I don't know about yogurt (wretched goop), but cheese will definitely
trigger the lactose-intolerant reaction in me. I guess I was lucky,
didn't become lactose-intolerant until my early 40's. But what a blasted
nuisance I must say.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: cathy carpenter <cathyc@rnet.com>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Tue, 30 Dec 2003 16:53:44 -0600

>You are right, given that she likes milk on cereal. Cheese and yogurt 
>don't have lactose so even the intolerant can eat them. Of course the 
>Chinese think we are nuts eating cheese, which to them tastes like 
>dirty socks!
>On Tuesday, December 30, 2003, at 04:09 PM, Jesse Bell wrote:
>> Well, she isn't lactose intollerant....cause she likes it with cereal 
>> in the morning and cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, etc.  She just 
>> doesn't like the taste of milk.  Man....I grew up with farm-fresh 
>> dairy milk....good stuff.  And we buy it from a local dairy and it's 
>> great.  I can remember skimming the cream off the top of the big ole 
>> jar...and putting it in an empty jar with salt etc. and shaking it 
>> till it turned to butter.  Yummy stuff.
>>> From: cathy carpenter <cathyc@rnet.com>
>>> Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
>>> To: gardenchat@hort.net
>>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Holiday Food
>>> Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 16:03:24 -0600
>>> Most folks of northern European heritage can drink milk throughout 
>>> their lives, but the vast majority of the human population cannot 
>>> tolerate milk after the age of 5...they lose the ability to digest 
>>> milk sugar, lactose. The result? Very uncomfortable cramping and 
>>> diarrhea.
>>> Cathy
>>> On Monday, December 29, 2003, at 04:16 PM, Jesse Bell wrote:
>>>> Hmmm, must be the "Kraut" in me......my mother is German....but I 
>>>> just LOVE sauerkraut.   And on my father's side...Scotch....so I 
>>>> love cooked cabbage too....and coleslaw.  I just pretty much love 
>>>> cabbage.  I cook it all the time...kids love it too...except for 
>>>> Robert's youngest, who is a very picky eater.  She doesn't even 
>>>> drink milk.....now that's just WRONG.  I can't imagine life without 
>>>> THAT!!!  So I buy her the orange juice with vitamin C and D in it.
>>>> Jesse Rene' Bell
>>>> Claremore, OK
>>>> Zone 6
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