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Margarine is an imitation butter spread used for spreading, baking, and cooking. Hippolyte .... In 1978, an 80% fat product called krona, made by churning a blend of dairy cream and vegetable oils, ...

Is margarine a dairy product? | Reference.com

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Margarine is made from soybean oil or a blend of vegetable oils instead of cow's milk, but most margarine brands still contain small amounts of dairy products, ...

Living with Milk Allergies | The New Homemaker

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Margarine: Most people think that margarine does not contain "milk products." This is a huge myth. 99% of all margarines contain milk. I have found three that do ...

Dairy-free Margarine and a complete list of dairy products

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Sep 14, 2007 ... Learning what items do and don't contain dairy did not come easy for me. As rashes came and went, I slowly discovered what is and is not a ...

Is margarine vegan? What is the best vegan margarine?

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You probably know that butter is a dairy product straight from cows, but what about margarine? Does margarine contain dairy or is it a suitable vegan butter ...

Becel | Nutrition FAQs

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Why does Becel® margarine contain tropical oils such as palm oil and palm kernel oil? What is ... Is Becel® margarine a kosher dairy product? I'm on a salt- free ...

Is Margarine Dairy? - The Dairy Dish

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Many people probably would suspect that margarine is a dairy product based on where it is located in the store. In order for it to be a dairy product, it must be ...

What's the Difference Between Butter and Margarine? — Ingredient ...

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Sep 8, 2015 ... Take a walk down the dairy aisle and you'll notice an ever-growing ... Margarine is a non-dairy product created as a substitute for butter.

Eating without Casein -- A Page for the Milk Allergic - MIT

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Jun 17, 2011 ... You'd be amazed at the kinds of foods that conceal milk products. ... margarine; hydrolyzed vegetable protein (for the unusually sensitive ...

Food Allergy Feast: Replacing Dairy in Recipes

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Apr 26, 2010 ... Spectrum margarine is dairy- and soy-free and okay to use on the table, but ... Rich's products can be elusive to find, however, so ask your local ...

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Dairy Substitutes - Eating With Food Allergies

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Discover substitutes for your favorite dairy products. ... Margarine: To substitute for butter in cooking, baking and spreading, try a dairy free margarine. The brand  ...

Dairy products, butter, margarine and oil | GastroNet

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Gluten Free - choose freely. Full cream and low fat milks. Fresh, UHT, evaporated , powered and condensed milk. Buttermilk. Yoghurt and ice cream (check ...

Nondairy Milk Alternatives - Margarine

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Nov 18, 2004 ... "P" Indicates margarines that are marked "parve" or "pareve", a desigation by a kosher-certifying body that no milk products of any kind are ...