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I can live a complete and fulfilling life without dairy.
Along my journey of writing cookbooks for families with food allergies, I discovered that humans are the only mammals that drink another mammals milk. Yup, all that “(cow’s) milk is good for you” messaging from the government is, well – malarkey.
And while I can’t yet claim the same strict ethical diet that vegans do, I am finding myself more and more repulsed by cow’s milk. Just as I walk very quickly by the bread in the “gluten aisle” of the grocery store, I breeze right by the dairy case. No need to linger there. Dairy, I don’t need you.
So when an article popped up in my inbox about camel milk being the next new milk, it went immediately to trash. I can deal with people embracing almond milk (not everyone is allergic to nuts), but camel milk? I say, “No, thank you.” Please don’t ask me to try it. Please don’t ask me to review it. What about you?