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#1 of 11 Old 08-03-2002, 02:13 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I need to put my son on a dairy free diet. One of his favorite foods is butter. I am looking for a substitute other than margarine which has hydrogenated oils. Does anyone know of anything? I haven't checked the health food store yet.

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Earth Balance


and it tastes good too!
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Great, what is it made of and do you have any info. on where I can get it? I'll check at Whole Foods. Thanks!
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I use Spectrum Natural with soy, flax seeds, and omega-3. It comes in a tub. I like the taste.
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I also like Earth Balance. I used to use Willow Run but someone told me it had hydrogenated oils (didn't even know why that was bad until someone told me).

I hope you can find it in your area.
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I also like Earth Balance, you can find them at Whole Foods, Wild Oats or other small natural food stores.
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I use Spectrum or Earth Balance. Both are great.
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Olive oil is great for dipping your bread in. You can also add a dash of balsamic vinegar for a treat, too.

I was in Denver recently and had half a loaf of bread dipped in olive oil at Panera and it was fabulous!
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Another for earth balance here. It is all I use for anything that calls for butter!!
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Thanks all, I knew I came to the right place. I saw Earth Balance at both Trader Joe's and Whole Foods. I ended up getting Spectrum Naturals just because the Earth Balance had corn-based flavoring and my son can't have corn. Haven't tried giving it to him yet, I'll report back when I do.
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Well, he liked the Spectrum Naturals. He said it was yummy. Now I am worried that it might not be gluten free because it contains "natural flavor" (non-dairy, non-GMO). I've put in a call to Spectrum to ask, as he right now has to be both gluten free and dairy free.
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