Lactose intolerant Milk pouring into jug

Being Lactose Intolerant & Intolerant of Lactose Intolerance

Gavin Wren Food Education, Food Opinion Pieces, The World of Food

Can you keep a secret? I’m going to break some news, admit something I’ve been ruminating over for a long time. I’m going to hold my hand up and say that I don’t like milk, that I am probably lactose intolerant. This isn’t based on scientific numbers and doctors reports, it is based on personal evidence of an aversion to milk, so all those who hate the ‘fad of wellness’ better saddle up your best trolls and get ready for a fight. But First, Some Contradictions. I have always been slightly begrudging of ‘intolerances’. I’ve always seen a full-blown allergy based on doctors examinations and trials as a big, undeniable fact and no-one’s going to argue that point, hopefully. Except those who believe that exposure to things can reduce allergic reactions, but that’s another story altogether. But an intolerance? That’s more of a personal opinion type-thing and we all know…
This salted dark chocolate peanut butter sauce is a rich, decadent, dairy free sauce that makes a sumptuous topping for desserts, sweets, cakes and ice creams. Featuring no refined sugar it’s made using 70% dark chocolate, plain peanut butter, salt, agave syrup and almond milk so perfect for those leading a sugar free or dairy free diet.

Salted Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Sauce – Dairy Free

Gavin Wren Baking, Dairy free baking, Desserts, No Added Sugar, Recipes, Spreads & Dips, Vegan

Today’s recipe is a fuck-me-that’s-good (sorry mum) salted dark chocolate peanut butter sauce which could easily tempt you into eating the entire bowl with a spoon before it gets to the table. Glossy, silky dark chocolate mixed with peanut butter and a hint of salt to offset the sweetness makes for an unapologetically decadent dairy free sauce. Make as much as you desire, just don’t expect there to be any leftovers. Crowd Pleaser. Everything I read about blogging seems to extol the virtues of finding a niche, how that’s the key to good blogging and finding success, because you can build an audience within that niche. Of course there’s a lot of truth in that, because if I only post recipes for spaghetti bolognese and peanut butter then I’m never going to stand out from the crowd. I always try to keep one eye on the use of healthy, progressive…