Recent Examples of lactose from the Web
The new version replaced the lactose with citric acid and mannitol, a sugar alcohol.
With the increase demand for healthier options, the vegan ice cream shop will feed the need of not only the lactose-intolerant but also those reaching for a scoop of comfort sweetness without the guilt.
Fussy formula The drug, Levothyrox, was stabilized with lactose in the past.
Stillmank Brewing Company is best known for Wisco Disco, an ESB style ale brewed for smooth body with lactose, making it a nice pairing with cheese.
The new version contains mannitol and citric acid—both innocuous and widely used as excipients—instead of lactose.
Daily Routine Thousands of meals are made daily at CRT's Hartford headquarters, tailored to fit each client's needs: cardiac-care, low-potassium, lactose-free, vegetarian, kosher.
For the lactose intolerant or those who just want to cut back on dairy, almond milk is a beloved alternative.
Its Barrel-Aged Sweet Potato Soufflé Rye (10% alcohol by volume) is a strong ale brewed with sweet potatoes, cinnamon, nutmeg and lactose and aged in rye whiskey barrels.
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Origin and Etymology of lactose
First Known Use: 1857See Words from the same year
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