Visit the New and Improved Go Dairy Free Website


While our neighbors whooped it up and the fireworks exploded, Tony and I were asleep, momentarily shaken by the celebratory sounds, but easily returning to slumber. Though we were excited for 2015, we were worn out preparing for it! In case you hadn’t noticed, the Go Dairy Free website has received a HUGE face-lift and update. Tony and I created a brand new look, feel and improved functionality that we hope you will enjoy.

New and Improved Website

With this new magazine-style that is completely mobile-friendly, you can more easily unearth and explore the more than 6000 pages of dairy-free content on the Go Dairy Free website. You’ll find delicious categories for browsing, quick lists, easy alphabetized indexes, and more! Go ahead, use the menu above to check it out.

In addition, I’m making a commitment to you – loyal readers and new eyes alike. There is so much to get done in life that many projects get brushed under the rug, but this year, my promises WILL be accomplished.

New and Improved Website + Dairy-Free Resolutions

THREE Dairy-Free Book Releases in 2015! – You heard me right. I’ve said they are coming in the past, but the ducks are finally in a row, and you can expect to see new dairy-free books and cookbooks beginning mid-year.

Tons of Online Fun – Though I’ll be busy perfecting new books, I won’t let the Go Dairy Free website slide. New recipes, informational posts, giveaways, ebooks, challenges, recipe potlucks, and perhaps even a recipe contest or two or on the agenda, so stay tuned!

I will also continue my work as food columnist and Senior Editor for food and lifestyle in Allergic Living Magazine. Yes, it’s going to be a busy year … and I’m looking forward to every hectic minute of it.

And don’t forget – to help with your resolutions, I have the FREE Diet & Health Journal. It has a dairy-free slant, but is just a fantastic way to track your diet and symptoms that can even be shared with your doctor!

About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. I am on Day 2 of my Dairy free diet and your website has really reassured me that I have made a good decision!

    Thank you,


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