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“˜Cooking with Allergic Girl’ Video Recipe Series Debuts with Delicious Sweet and Savory Lactose Free Recipes

June 7, 2011

Easy-to-Digest Goat Dairy and Lactose Free Cow Dairy Star Recipes Deliver Creamy Richness of Dairy Without Tummy Trouble

Sebastopol, CA (PRWEB) June 06, 2011

Just in time for National Dairy Month (June), Cooking With Allergic Girl debuts the first of a three-part video recipe series with cooking ideas for the lactose intolerant. Featuring Sloane Miller, author of the recently released book Allergic Girl: Adventures in Living Well With Food Allergies, each installment features one savory and one sweet, gluten-free, allergy-friendly recipe. The recipes were developed by New York-based Chef Billy Brigtsen, who specializes in creating menus that are free of allergens. In this series, Brigtsen uses easy-to-digest goat milk products from RedwoodHill.com and lactose free cow dairy products from GreenValleyLactoseFree.com to create recipes with all of the deliciousness, but none of the tummy of trouble that traditional dairy can create for the estimated one in 10 people living with lactose intolerance. The videos are available for viewing at Green Valley Organics, AllergicGirl.com, iFood.TV, and YouTube (Green Valley Organics and Redwood Hill Farm).

For the lactose-intolerant Miller, traditional cow dairy presented a dietary dilemma. She realized that without dairy in her diet she was missing out on important health benefits not to mention the creamy, richness that only real dairy added to her favorite dishes.

“The message of my book is that just because you may have a restricted diet does not mean you have to have a restricted life. Viewers will experience this first-hand after enjoying the array of delectably unique and easy-to-prepare allergen-friendly recipes featured in this latest “ËœCooking With Allergic Girl’ video series,” said Miller.

Episode 1: Apricot and Habanero Rice Fritters with Sour Cream Escarole and a Caramel Sour Cream Upside Down Cake

Episode 2: Sabayon with Butterscotch Bananas and Sweet and Salty Chai Lassi

Episode 3: Yogurt Cheese Pierogi With Shaved Beets and Orange Salad and Double-Dip Dairy Ice Cream (a great lactose free alternative for National Ice Cream Month in July)

Jennifer Bice is the owner of Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery, Inc., which makes award-winning, all-natural goat milk yogurts, kefirs, and artisan cheeses under the Redwood Hill Farm® brand name, and is parent company to the Green Valley Organics® Lactose Free line of yogurts, kefirs, and new sour cream made from Certified Humane® low fat cow milk. Bice explained, “Goat milk is naturally more easily digested than cow milk and is a great tasting alternative for many people who are sensitive to traditional dairy. They get the good nutrition of dairy without experiencing the unpleasant side effects. We receive calls every day from consumers who are looking for ways to enjoy all the health benefits of dairy without the tummy troubles many experience after eating it. Although our goat milk products continue to grow in popularity, there are those who still prefer cow milk, which is why we decided to offer two great-tasting, all-natural options: our traditional Redwood Hill Farm goat dairy products and our new Green Valley Organics Lactose Free cow dairy line ““ together we call it “Ëœdairy’s dynamic duo!’”

Redwood Hill Farm and Green Valley Organics yogurts and kefirs are available nationwide at grocery, specialty, and natural food retail chains and stores including Whole Foods Markets. Green Valley Organics Lactose Free sour cream is currently available in select markets, and will be available nationwide by late summer. Redwood Hill Farm’s artisan cheeses are available throughout the Western United States and available for online purchase at RedwoodHill.com. For information about Green Valley Organics, visit GreenValleyLactoseFree.com.

About Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery, Inc. ““ Sustainably Farmed & Family Owned Since 1968

Located among the picturesque redwoods of western Sonoma County, Calif., 60 miles north of San Francisco, Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery, Inc. is a different kind of dairy. A small, family farm, it has been producing delicious, award-winning goat milk dairy products since 1968. Excellence is a top priority and Redwood Hill takes pride in producing the best tasting, least processed natural goat milk yogurt, kefir, and artisan cheeses. Its products are free of sugar, coloring, preservatives, stabilizers or powdered milk. Dedicated to protecting the environment and green open spaces, Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery, Inc. is a proud supporter of the Climate Protection Campaign, Sonoma Land Trust, and Sonoma Land Paths. Visit http://www.RedwoodHill.com for more recipes and to learn more about the company’s wholesome products, award-winning goat herd and earth-friendly business practices, including the recent installation of a new solar energy system at the creamery where Redwood Hill Farm and Green Valley Organics products are made.

About Green Valley Organics Lactose Free

Green Valley Organics® Lactose Free yogurts, kefirs, and new sour cream were created to help folks who are lactose intolerant enjoy all the health benefits and great taste of real dairy without the tummy troubles, bringing peace, love and dairy back into their lives. From the makers of Redwood Hill Farm, a family-owned company committed to digestive health for more than 40 years, Green Valley Organics is a brand consumers can trust, made with organic milk that carries the Certified Humane Raised and Handled® label. Green Valley Organics is also the only dairy brand with Flourish®, the company’s custom blend of 10 live and active cultures that deliver millions of “good-for-you probiotics” in every spoonful of yogurt or sip of kefir. Visit http://www.GreenValleyLactoseFree.com for tips on living with lactose intolerance, including the difference between milk allergies and lactose intolerance, and more great recipes.

About Allergic Girl

Sloane Miller is founder and President of Allergic Girl Resources, Inc., a consultancy devoted to food allergy awareness. She consults with private clients, the food and hospitality industry, government and not-for-profit advocacy organizations. Ms. Miller earned her Master of Social Work at the New York University’s Silver School of Social Work and her Master of Fine Arts in Writing and Literature at Bennington College. In 2006 she started Please Don’t Pass the Nuts, an award-winning blog for and about people affected by food allergies. On March 7, 2011, John Wiley & Sons published Ms. Miller’s first book, Allergic Girl: Adventures in Living Well With Food Allergies, the definitive how-to guide. Ms. Miller combines a lifetime of personal experience and passion with professional expertise to connect with people about how to live safely, effectively, and joyously with food allergies.

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