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Have extra cow-dairy free milk in RTP area

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Re: Have extra cow-dairy free milk in RTP area

Post by caycecronk on Thu Apr 22, 2010 1:50 pm

I live in South Carolina but would be willing to travel to pick up the milk. Im desperately looking for local milk or someone willing to ship as finances are hard to come by these days! If you are still interested in sharing your milk email me at cayceus@yahoo.com!

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Have extra cow-dairy free milk in RTP area

Post by eileen on Tue Mar 16, 2010 12:59 pm

I'm new here and looking for a home for my extra as the munchkin's getting it directly as we found a daycare a mile from work. She seemed sensitive to the cow dairy as she got very gassy when I ate a ton of cheese so I've eliminated cow-dairy from my diet though I still eat goat cheese she doesn't seem to have a problem w/that. I do produce milk with a lot of lipase so it would probably be better for a younger baby that's less picky as after its in the fridge a week it tastes a little soapy to me but its fine and my baby doesn't seem to care.

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