Monday, January 12, 2009

Let's Play Giveaway!



Alisa has very kindly agreed to a Go Dairy Free giveaway here on No Whey, Mama. So let's do it! Leave me a comment telling me why you'd like a copy of Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living
before 12 midnight EST on Friday, January 16, and you will be entered to win. I'll do a random drawing over the weekend and announce the winner by Monday, January 19.

Good Luck!

EDITED TO ADD: Many of the recipes are vegan and therefore egg free as well!

97 comments:

  1. ooh. i'd love to win this. im always looking for more yummy ways to go dairy free.

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  2. Great giveaway. I love cookbooks and this one looks good. Thanks.

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  3. A giveaway is a great way to get people to "delurk"! This looks like a great cookbook.

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  4. I'd love a copy of this to come up with more things my dairy-allergic kid will eat. Thanks for the contest!

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  5. Hi! My son Anatoly has just come off dairy and is experiencing huge improvements. I don't have any dairy free cookbooks so we are just eating a few meals repetitiously through the week. It is worth it for him, but I would love to learn to cook exciting new foods for him and the whole family.

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  6. Based on my own dairy allergy and the verdict being out on Liv's sensitive belly, I'd love to win this one!

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  7. I have a lactose intolerance so I'd love to win this guide.

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  8. Because I'm currently adding a bookshelf in my kitchen, and I need to fill it up with cookbooks.

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  9. My son is almost 6 and still allergic to milk proteins. I could really use some new recipes!

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  10. My daughter and I both have dairy allergies and I'd love to add this cookbook to our collection of vegan and dairy free ones! :) Addy, who is 3 years, is also allergic to eggs and a few others so I need help with coming up with recipes that suit her and our family!

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  11. Oh, sign me up, this looks great! I don't need to cook strictly dairy-free, but just knowing all the recipes would be dairy (and consequently, whey) free would be an ease!

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  12. I really would love this book. Our whole family is allergic to dairy. So, this would be great. Thanks for the chance.

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  13. WOuld love to win this to help feed dairy, egg, and beef allergic daughter!! Oh, and I am sure my vegan friends would appreciate some new goodies.

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  14. My two boys are recently dairy free and I can't believe the difference it has made, having a cookbook devoted to dairy free recipes would make meal planning so much easier!

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  15. Hi ... we are recently dairy free and I am dying for this book! My 11 year old was recently diagnosed with casein intolerance ( I know - sooo much better than an allergy!)and we've made the cut totally. He's a different kid!
    Thanks for your site ... it's given me so much help the last few weeks!
    Karen

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  16. How could I not want this book? It's so nice when I find good recipes and don't have to reinvent the wheel myself!

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  17. This sounds like a great book! My daughter is severely allergic to dairy and egg, and it would be wonderful to have tasty options for her.

    Thanks for hosting this contest!

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  18. I would love to win this book! I've been losing weight for the last year on a strict diet which does not allow dairy. And I haven't been sick for a year! I'd like to continue this non-dairy lifestyle after the diet is over and this book would really help!

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  19. Oh, we would LOVE this! :) My 5-yr old has a dairy allergy & I'm in a slump for cooking.
    This can get me cooking some new stuff.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. My fiance has a milk protein sensitivity. It's not an allergy, but he still needs to stay away from dairy as much as possible. He can have some once a month just to make sure it doesn't turn into an allergy.

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  21. One of our children is lactose intolerant. We haven't found it too difficult to reduce the amount of dairy in our diet, but it would still be very helpful to learn more.

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  22. I have been severely lactose intolerant for several years now. I used to occasionally get some cookbooks from the library to get new recipes. However, now I have a child with severe food allergies (airborne and contact sensitive to peanuts). Since she is so sensitive, I now avoid cookbooks that anyone else has used in case they have any peanut/tree nut residue on them. A new cookbook would be great!

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  23. My 5 yr old has a peanut allergy, my 3 yr old has milk, egg and peanut allergies and we're just waiting to see what my 3 month old twins will be allergic to! (If it's soy and wheat, we're done for) ;) A new cookbook would be WONDERFUL in my crazy life! It would also help with the "What's for dinner... ewwwww... I don't like that!" comments I hear so frequently!! Cheers!

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  24. My 2 yr old is highly allergic to milk. I have a hard time coming up with dairy-free recipes that we all like. More ideas would be great!

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  25. I would love a non-dairy cookbook. I currently only consume bagels and lunch meat because of a recent dairy allergy diagnosis. I'd love to win it!

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  26. Oh man, I just haven't found a good dairy free recipe book yet. They all seem to have some sort of whey or casein in them and it kills my daughter. I'm preggo again and know that I won't be eating dairy while nursing because of baby #1's problems, so winning this would be a big help to have on hand for cooking. I need something before baby #2 arrives in April!!!

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  27. We have been dairy free for eight years because of my daughter's allergy - I'm always looking for a really good dairy free cookbook!!

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  28. We're just starting our dairy free journey due to my 4yo's sensitivities. I'd love to have a cookbook to help me change how I cook.

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  29. I've married into a family that is not eager to go "vegan". In fact, I'm facing downright animosity!!! I am always on the look-out for more recipes that will offer yummy "non-depriving" alternatives, so a new cookbook would add to my "arsenol!". Thanks for the opportunity.

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  30. I would love to win this. rajikarthik@hotmail.com

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  31. wow, this sounds great! i have crohns disease and dairy is one of my trigger foods i'm supposed to avoid. with 3 other members of the family that consume cheese like its water, i have a hard time cooking dairy free recipes they will like. my 4 year old son is allergic to eggs, so the egg-free recipes would be a huge bonus as well!

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  32. I'd love to have this book.......I'm lactose-intolerant and vegetarian....so I'm always looking for new ideas...

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  33. I'd love a copy. My 2 sons are allergic to dairy and I don't have a really good cookbook to go by. Thanks!

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  34. I try to stay dairy free, but I need to read about it sometimes for encouragement.

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  35. My friends' daughter is allergic to dairy, love to have this on hand ffor cooking when they are here.

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  36. love to read this to help me stop dairy

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  37. I am lactose intolerant so this would be great.

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  38. Dairy allergy.Must i say more.

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  39. I would love a copy of the cookbook! I am a vegan and I love to cook...it sounds perfect!

    Courtney

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  40. I would love to win this for my sister! she would enjoy it.
    please enter me to win. thanks

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  41. I've read several reviews of this book and it sounds fantastic. I've been vegan for 25 years and love collecting (and using!) cookbooks.

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  42. This is great, my cousin could really use this cookbook, she has all kinds of allergies!

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  43. I am lactose intolerant, If I walk past any dairy product I would have to stay in the house the next day if you know what I talking about:(

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  44. This would be great my husband, son and my niece all have to eat dairy free.

    rsgrandinetti@yahoo.com

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  45. we're vegan and would love another such cookbook

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  46. I was vegan at one point for over 5 years and have been trying to slowly incorporate more vegan foods into my diet once again and this would be a great motivation in that!

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  47. Well let's see, I have a 2 yr. old boy who has severe milk allergy (both whey and cassein), I guess he's tired of my cooking because since new years, all he wants is hummus, pita chips and chocolate, I guess he's trying to tell me he needs something different from what I have already...

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  48. I would like to win this for my sister. She has a dairy allergy and could so use this information. Thanks!!

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

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  49. I would love to win because I don't know how to cook anything without milk! I think everyting I make has milk in it... but I'm a terrible cook :D This would be enlightening :D

    anastasia[at]mediamafia[dot[org

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  50. Milk really affects me. I would love to have these recepies

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  51. ok have you heard the saying- I love dairy but it does not love me---

    well thats me

    I love recipes too

    seriously dairy kills me and I love it but don't love the feeling it leaves me

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  52. Sometimes discretion is the better part of valour. I experience some of the most common signs of lactose intolerance.

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  53. Husband is lactose intolerant and would love this cookbook to help him.

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  54. My daughter was diagnosed as lactose intolerant and after seeing the symptoms and reading all the literature they gave us, I realized I was lactose intolerant too. However, neither my husband nor son are lactose intolerant, so I'm always looking for tasty options that we can all enjoy.

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  55. as a dairy free adult who lives with a family who loves thier Vit D milk, i would love some new ideas to meet in the middle, flavor but dairy free. the same old meals are never fun!

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  56. with my husband being lactose intolerant and my nephew on a casein free diet, we could really use this book to help us find ways to eat dairy free. this looks like a great book. Thanks.

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  57. i would love to win this for my grandson, he has autism, and the family has been talking about trying the dairy free diet. this would be a huge help!!! samarcy59@yahoo.com

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  58. I so want to win this. I recently went diary free and need new recipes

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  59. i'd love this, i'm trying to cut out dairy as much as possible in my diet!

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  60. I would dearly love to win this book. My 8 yr old daughter is highly allergic to dairy. We have been researching new and creative ways for her not to feel deprived when her friends are snacking on dairy based foods, but it is a challenge. I need more ideas...help.!

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  61. My sons best friend can not have dairy. And I am always try to figure out what I can feed him. This would be a great help.

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  62. My 13 y/o daughter was diagnosed in October of 2008 with a rare childhood cancer. We have been told to cut out all dairy products and are struggling to do so and come up with recipes she likes. This book sounds like it would be a great resource.

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  63. This book would be so helpful to me as I have recently determined that my 14 month old baby has a dairy allergy. Since I am nursing him, I struggle in finding things for both of us to eat. I have been making more from scratch. Thankfully, the rashes on his cheeks, arms, and legs and the eczema have completely cleared so it has been worthwhile.

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  64. This book looks extremely helpfull. I am always looking for some new Dairy free recipes

    jason@allworldautomotive.com

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  65. I'd love to win so I could give this to my sister whose son has issues with dairy.

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  66. Our grandson seems to be having problems w/ dairy and they ARE trying to get to the bottom of it, this may help.

    joni514@roadrunner.com

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  67. sunkistaggie@hotmail.comJanuary 15, 2009 4:16 PM

    I would love to have this cookbook. My baby boy is dairy sensitive so we have been doing lots of experimenting.

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  68. We are planning a church summer program to teach kids about eating healthy and I know I have a few children who have diverse allergies. This would be a fabulous tool for education.

    adrnlize at aol dot com

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  69. After several months of intense bloating and discomfort, my husband was just recently diagnosed with a lactose intolerance. Your giveaway would be a great help to our family. Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  70. I was delighted to find godairyfree.org a few months ago. With little help from my daughter's doctor I finally tracked down the cause of her poor sleep, chronic ear infections, and extremely slow growth: DAIRY ALLERGY. Very recently I discovered that both she and I have an allergy to eggs! This website has helped guide me in what not to do in order to protect my daughter; and it's helped my husband's Crohn's symptoms as well. To boot I've lost almost 20lbs!!

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  71. My 9 year old son has been allergic to milk since birth and is a healthy but skinny kid! He enjoys his tofutti ice cream but otherwise eats a pretty limited diet. I would love to make him some different things for him and the whole family to try. Thanks!
    Julie at k-team@comcast.net

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  72. For my niece Hannah!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  73. For my vegan nephew
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  74. My daugther would love it.

    legab67156 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  75. Thank you for the awesome information! Much appreciated. I also really enjoy reading your blog.

    For the past couple of years, I have been trying to eat dairy free and this would really help a lot!

    Regards,

    Amy (Kamloops)

    PS My email: amyinkamloops@gmail.com

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  76. I'd like to win this because I am allergic to dairy. It's difficult to find good dairy-free food.


    jenny1634 at hotmail dot com

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  77. My grandson Michael is lactose intolerant. I'd like to win this book for my daughter-in-law. She's such a good mother.

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  78. Being vegetarian and wanting to go raw, I think this book would help me understand why I need to give up dairy for good.

    Thanks for the contest!

    indyfree07@hotmail.com

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  79. I have a dairy allergy and I am always struggling to find recipes that are flavorful and appealing to eat. I'm excited at the chance to get this book! Thank you.

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  80. My son is allergic to dairy products. It is a struggle to find good recipes. Thanks!

    skstigger (at) hotmail.com

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  81. We have been dairy free for a long time & are kinda in a rut. I'd love a cookbook with new recipes and some frugal ideas (who couldn't use frugal these days). Thanks!

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  82. My son is on a dairy-free diet for his autism. I'd love to get some new ideas for him. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  83. I would love this book! My daughter was diagnosed with a dairy allergy about a year ago and I'm always looking for new recipes.

    Thanks!

    contest4me at live dot com

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  84. Great Book.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  85. I really would love to win this! I'm a poor, lactose-intolerant graduate student. I would love to be able to take better care of myself on a budget - these recipes seem just perfect for that!

    Tara

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  86. i'm lactose intolerant, and i love to cook, it would be great to make some food that doesn't make me keel over 10 minutes later, haha!

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  87. This would be a wonderful win! I'm intolerant to milk and some dairy products. Thanks!

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  88. I've been a vegetarian for 24 years and would love to be able to switch to vegan, but I'm worried I don't know enough recipes yet.

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  89. I would love to win this book. It would help me become more dairy free. The recipes would would be great for preparing meals for my family. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  90. My husband and I are both lactose intolerant - I'd like a good book of recipes.
    PabaV(at)aol(dot)com

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  91. I WOULD LIKE TO WIN THIS FOR MORE LACTOSE INTOLERANCE RECIPES.

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  92. My youngest son is allergic to milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, and shellfish. I'm always on the look out for new recipes to try that taste great!

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  93. I'm constantly trying and creating dairy-free recipes for my allergic son. I'd love some new inspiration.

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  94. We have a friend that is a challenge to cook for because she is lactose intolerance so this cookbook would be helpful!

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  95. any way I could possibly get in on this? I just found it via godairyfree.org

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  96. Oh, I'd so desperately love to win a copy of this book. I have just recently discovered than I can not eat dairy products and I am at a bit of a loss as to how to replace all of those loved foods. It is a challenge in my dairy loving family. I watch in envy when everyone else is eating mac-n-cheese and I am stuck with some sort of left-over warmed up or a salad to eat. Oh, I know this will get easier with time, but I'd love to have a source of help... like this book! Thanks for offering this give-away!

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