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Sheila April 3, 2014 at 07:50 am
I'm not sure how many people are affected world-wide, but the figure for the US population is aboutRead More 10%, with the majority being adults. Most adults of northern European ancestry don't have lactose intolerance, while those of Native American, Asian, African American and some Hispanic background do since their ancestors didn't rely on milk from herd animals as a dietary staple. Lactose intolerance is not an allergy (my nephew has a true milk allergy, to the protein casein, that is life-threatening). It is simply an inability (to varying extent from one individual to the next) to digest lactose due to the lack of the enzyme lactase. No need for special recipes - just have the kid use the almond milk on his cereal, or substitute in any recipe.
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Paul Bahre April 3, 2014 at 08:40 am
I notice that many supermarkets mark down meats that are about to expire. You buys those and bringRead More them home and freeze them. Now when you freeze your meats it's a good idea to use a good freezer wrap / saran warp and get a good air tight wrapping on the meat. Meat that is just thrown in a package with lots of air become freezer burnt quicker than meat that is air tight. I use saran wrap but you can use that new fangled air seal product if you like spending money. Also you should date all your items after wrapping. I don't usually bother as I can pick up a piece of meet and figure out the cut and if it's good or not just by looking at it. But if you are doing this for like a group home the labeling of the package is required by law.
Sheila February 27, 2014 at 08:00 am
Measurements would be nice. And please take off your rings when mixing things with your hands -Read More yuck!