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If you or a family member is coping with milk allergy or lactose intolerance, Alisa Fleming’s Go Dairy Free site should be your first stop.
Alisa’s website – eponymous with her bestselling book (available on Amazon) – provides a wealth of information for those concerned with milk including recipes, reviews, dairy substitution guides, restaurant listings, as well as a basic introduction to the world of milk allergy complete with links to other resources.
The site’s index of gluten-free and vegan recipes makes it easy for people to find suitable dishes regardless of whether they are allergic or intolerant to dairy products.
You’ll also find Alisa’s articles in the print edition of Allergic Living where she serves as an associate editor and columnist.
You can find Go Dairy Free and Alisa’s insight at godairyfree.org.
Other food allergy resource highlights in this series:
- Nut Free Wok by Sharon Wong
- No Nuts Moms Group by Lisa Rutter
- Go Dairy Free by Alisa Fleming
- Grateful Foodie by Caroline Moassessi
- Robynobrien.com by Robyn O'Brien
- Preschool Food Allergy Handbook by Lee and Francoeur
- Keeley McGuire Blog by Keeley McGuire
- Nutley the Nut-Free Squirrel by Stephanie Sorkin
- The Stepping Stones to Food Allergies by Tracy Bush
- Allergy Moms by Gina Clowes
- The No Nut Traveler by Lianne Mandelbaum
- FABlogCon by Jenny Sprague
- Nut Allergy Mom by Amanda West
- The Anaphylactic Allergy Podcast by Yael Walters Kozar
- Celiac and Allergy Friendly Epicurean by Jackie Ourman
- Gluten-Free Life Blog & Podcast by Jules Shepard
- Allergy Superheroes by Eileen and Dean Rhoadarmer