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Yeah... the holidays totally sidelined my transition from vegetarian to vegan. But my recurring lactose problems have now prompted me to take the first step again: cutting out dairy, in all it's sneaky forms. It's more of a habit than anything else... I've never used a lot of dairy, but I only developed my lactose intolerance issues within the last few months (but it's no surprise, my sister has always has similar issues). It's a matter of breaking the habit of adding a little feta to my pizza, or topping my bean nachos with some shredded cheddar.

So yeah. Here I am again. I went cold turkey (
such an odd phrase when dealing with those of our nature!) when I went vegetarian, and never had any slip-ups. So I'm hoping I can find that resolve again!

Cheers,
Cate
 

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Good luck with everything.
 

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Could you cut your food back to 100% whole foods, and add things in from there, instead of slowly cutting out things? Does that make sense?
 

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Holidays are a difficult time to make serious changes to diet. Good luck!
 

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well, at least your lactose problem is the perfect excuse to derail others from pressuring you to eat dairy!
 
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