Sorry, A2 milk. That’s what I get for responding while trying to do many things over the weekend.
One could make cheese from A2 milk. If you’ve done any research into this, though, it gets confusing. Which cows actually have A2 milk? And what happens to those proteins for cheese?
Like you, for dairy, I eat cheese and some yogurt. I try to avoid yogurt, as I always overeat it. It’s like dessert. I have been eating it lately, though. I have cream in my coffee (when I’m not fasting) and sour cream. That’s about it for dairy.
The problem I have is that people say “dairy”, but don’t say what they mean by that, which makes the word useless. Similarly, people say they get “inflammation” from dairy, but then never say what that “inflammation” is or how they know it’s from dairy. So, dairy often gets maligned, for reasons I’m not sure are actually the fault of dairy.