Lactose free

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    Could anyone shed some light on this please: I did CD a year and a half ago and am now doing it again. It seems that all sachets are lactose free now (apart from chocolate). I am no longer sure if that was the case last time I was on CD?
    Is it still possible to get normal sachets rather than lactose-free as I am finding them chalky and yucky
     
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    That is confusing as my CDC says they are all lactose free apart from chocolate. Confused!!
     
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    The only lactose free are: mushroom, leek and potato, cappucino, choc orange and if requested choc or vanilla - but choc and vanilla are in ordinary too. Can't say I notice a difference in taste of lactose free to normal ....
     
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