Are you a cheese lover with lactose intolerance? Then there is good news for you! In this blog article, we take a closer look at the relationship between lactose intolerance and goat cheese and discover why it can be an excellent choice.
First of all, we need to clear up a common misunderstanding: goat cheese is not completely lactose-free. It still contains some amounts of lactose. Although it is considerably less than with cow's cheese. This often makes goat's cheese more digestible for people with lactose intolerance. The fact that goat's cheese contains less lactose than cow's cheese depends on a number of factors:
If you suffer from lactose intolerance and still want to enjoy cheese, aged goat cheese is probably your best choice. The lengthy ripening process allows old goat cheese to become almost lactose-free. Most of the lactose is broken down, making the cheese easier to digest without your digestive problems.
Goat cheese is a delicious option for people with lactose intolerance, especially if you choose aged varieties. Although goat cheese is not completely lactose-free, it contains significantly less lactose than cow's cheese, which usually makes it more digestible. So why deny yourself the pleasure of cheese when you can enjoy the taste of goat cheese without discomfort? Buy cheese easily at Henri Willig, enjoy your favourite cheeses easily and quickly. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our customer service team!
Check out Henri Willig's delicious recipes below.
Make a delicious aged cheese salad with this recipe! Cut the cheese into very small cubes. Mix the cheese in a bowl with the mayonnaise, soya curd, mustard, honey and dill. Taste, and add more honey and mustard to taste. Would you like the salad a little creamier? Then add some more mayonnaise and soya curd. Super simple right? Enjoy! Thanks for your delicious recipe Manon from @Courgetticonfetti
Healthy, tasty and a great addition to your cheeseboard! Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Squeeze the clove of garlic. Mix with the olive oil and spread this on the sourdough bread. Make sure you put the pieces of garlic on the bread too, not just the oil! Place them in the preheated oven for 10 minutes, until they have turned a nice golden brown on top. Cut the portobello mushrooms into thick slices and fry them golden brown in a frying pan. Top the bruschettas with the portobello slices a pinch of salt and grated cheese. Easy and full of flavour