Making dairy free life simple with everyday recipes for the whole family.
You know it’s time to give up dairy, but have no idea how to integrate your new dietary restrictions with you love of food. You know that dairy free life must be doable, but you’re overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin.
You want dairy free to be easy. You don’t have the time to make complicated substitutions, and you don’t want to rely on dairy replacement products.
You want dairy free recipes that your whole family can enjoy, regardless of their diets. You don’t want anyone to feel like they’re giving something up, and you don’t want to cook two meals every night to make your family happy.
I believe you can live a completely satisfying life without dairy, and I want to teach you how.
What readers are saying:
“This soup was completely unbelievable! If I didn’t make it myself I would have been SURE that there was cheese in this!! It was hearty, creamy, healthy, and SO delicious! I made your Dairy-Free Croutons recipe to top off the soup and it could not have been better!! Passing this on to everyone!!” – Kat
“We love this recipe! I’ve been making it for months. Thank you for such a simple, delicious meal that makes even me seem like a good cook! There are few recipes loved by the whole family and this is one of them!” – Erin
“I’m so happy I found your blog! I recently had to go dairy free, and I was feeling so deprived, but now I see there’s lots of alternatives available!” – Renee
Our family’s journey to dairy free living.
One afternoon, my husband came home from work and told me he wanted to give up dairy. At the time, we were living in France, land of all the cheese, and I was 9 months pregnant with our first child. Honestly, I was not emotionally equipped to handle such a request. He explained that he thought it would resolve the unexplained symptoms that he’d been suffering from for years, and I hesitantly agreed to give it a try.
Within two weeks, the majority of those symptoms were completely gone, and he felt healthier and more energetic than he had in years. There was no use in fighting it. I knew right then that we would be embracing this “lifestyle” for the foreseeable future.
I had already been blogging about food and passionate about cooking for years at this point, so I knew that I could find a way to accommodate these new dietary restrictions. Living abroad made it a little harder, but we slowly figured it out. It hasn’t been easy, and we’ve definitely stumbled along the way, but we now live a fully satisfying life without dairy.
Three years later, we’re now settled down in my hometown in Wisconsin, also land of all the cheese, and we’re still happily dairy free.
A few things I learned along the way
You can do this and I’m here for you.
Please don’t hesitate to email me or get in touch. I’m here to help you, cheer you on, or talk you down if you’re feeling overwhelmed. I’d also love to hear what kind of recipes you’re looking for in the future.
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