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Substitutes for Milk (all grains and nuts make milk!)
- Rice milk Quinoa milk
- Almond milk Cononut milk
- Oat Milk
Substitutes for regular Cow’s yogurt
- Coconut milk yogurt (the best I have found so far)
- Almond milk yogurt
Substitutes for Cheese Goat cheese is less irritating overall, having less casein than cow’s milk. (This would help you get off the cow’s milk slowly). Great cook book to help you create the cheese taste without cheese: Un-cheese Cookbook. We have found a good alternative brand for cow’s cheese is Daiya. (You might have to be mentally flexible at first!) Substitute for Ice Cream Here is something you can make at home. Buy a few bunches of bananas and when they start to ripen ( a little brown) , pu them in the freezer. Take one out, put it under hot water for 30 seconds, pop it into the blender , add a little alternative milk (rice or almond milk) with organic chocolate powder. You should also try Coconut Bliss, a great “ice cream” made from coconut milk. Really tastes great! Note: Soy milk is commonly genetically modified, so we no longer recommend soy milk or soy products. Wheat and other Gluten-containing Grains (Barley and Rye) Many of our foods are also becoming more and more processed, and/or are genetically modified. This has been the fate of wheat. Foods that are modified in this manner can be identified in the body as allergens (enemies), so when ingested, they initiate the inflammatory cascade. Additionally, many of us have become allergic to gluten, the protein source in wheat. Substitutes for Wheat (Barley, Rye) Great gluten-free grains you can buy in the bins or in separate packages. A good company that sells these grains is Bob’s Red Mill.
- Teff (organic chocolate taste)
- Buckwheat / kasha
- Amaranth (very high in protein)
- Oats (slow cooked only)
Note: Some believe there is a minor amount of gluten in oats, so if you sensitive or have celiac disease, do not use. How to cook your grains ( you will find them in the bins!) You can cook these grains for hot cereal or a side dish at lunch or dinner. Cook with a 2 to 1 ratio of water to grains. Bring to boil, cover and simmer for as long as needed to allow the grain to soften. (Depending on the grain 15 to 30 minutes.) Substitute Breads
- Rice Bread (many styles) Good brand: Food for Life dense breads
- Millet Bread Good brand: Food for Life dense breads
- Gluten Free Good brands: Udi and Rudi lighter bread
Important note: These breads are MUCH more fun to eat once toasted, particularly true for rice bread. You will ALWAYS find these in the freezer section as they do not have preservatives.