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I had a latte macchiato this morning and later in the morning, I worked on my lactose intollerance with two of these:




Lunch was some fior di latte mozzarella with ham, melon, a little green beans, and a slice of bread.







At about 17:00 I had a snack of asiago cheese with gerkhins:



Which however did not stop me from having some disapproving Lapin à la Moutarde later on (with the onions and mushrooms it had cooked upon and a slice of bread:



And some grapes:



 

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saare_snowqueen
Sep. 6th, 2009 08:59 pm (UTC)
How can you be 'lactose intolerant' and love and eat cheese the way you do?

Did you cook the rabbit? It looks delicious. I used to cook bunnies all the time in Greece, but can't get it here. Apropos our discussion of the other night, the very 1st time I ate rabbit was in Fin des Terre - in a tiny restaurant out in the middle of a field outside of Roscoff.
spacedlaw
Sep. 7th, 2009 07:44 am (UTC)
Like most allergies you can grow into them...
(or maybe I have always had it, it might explain why I hated milk as a kid)
Too much cheese eaten can be a burden on the system.
Of course, this will not stop me from eating cheese (in fact, I can have some use for the symptoms of that intolerance...)

I did cook the rabbit and its face made it clear that it disapproved of the whole business (I can't blame it). Surprisingly enough, Cesare ate quite a lot of it, although he is not too fond of rabbit. He says he likes the sauce...
saare_snowqueen
Sep. 7th, 2009 09:15 am (UTC)
The sauce looked delicious.
spacedlaw
Sep. 7th, 2009 09:24 am (UTC)
Just the juices of onions, mushrooms and cooked mustard with a bit of milk (normally you have to put cream and white wine, but I opted for the lighter version).
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