I recently figured out I'm lactose intolerant, and am still figuring out my lactose limits/sometimes forget I don't do well with cheese. Hence, I had two pieces of pizza with cheese yesterday and I've been having some exciting gastrointestinal distress for the past 24 hours. I've also been very tired, have some skin tenderness, and the muscles on the top of my thighs are achy like I stood a lot yesterday (but I did not). Can this be related to lactose intolerance? If the answer is yes, how long should I expect this to last?
Can it be salvaged? The goal was anything cheese-like. The resident cheese-maker is at work right now. [more inside]
Sour Milk, Soured Milk, and Spoiled Milk. Is there an effective chemical difference? To what extents are any and all unsafe to cook and eat? [more inside]
Recommendations for most humane sources for eggs, dairy products, and chicken in San Francisco Bay Area? [more inside]
Most lactose intolerant people can consume small amounts of lactose without becoming ill. So why do the nutritional labels on food and drink not list the amount of lactose the product contains? [more inside]
It is well-known that opera singers don't drink much milk because it makes phlegm and affects their voices, but what about cheese? Does that cause phlegm?
What are some cooking and diet tips for an ovo-lacto carnivore? (No, that wasn't a typo.) [more inside]
I live in a medium-sized city in the US. Where can I find cow milk that's not homogenized? [more inside]