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  • Gozzin
    +8

    Indeed so. Now,I like broccoli,but my colon does not. Same difference I suppose.

    • Appaloosa
      +5

      'Tis God's way of protecting the innocent from the evils of brocoli.

      • Gozzin (edited 3 weeks ago)
        +7

        LOL! The evils of broccoli were unknown to me and I made quiches of the stuff...Then,in late Sep. my gut yelled:"Hold the phone buddy,this ain't happening in here no more!" And then,recently,...It goes after lactose! I can't win for loosing!

        • Appaloosa (edited 3 weeks ago)
          +5

          Can you still eat cheese with the lactose intolerance?

          • Gozzin
            +10

            Yes you can,if you choose hard cheeses like extra sharp. I'm now making keifer and yogurt with lactose free milk and goat's milk,so I'm safe.