I have found it is much more difficult to eliminate dairy than other animal products or refined sugar. I can make an amazing Chocolate Mousse Pie with no refined sugar, yet it is chock-full of dairy. I also noticed the vast majority of my vegetarian recipes include dairy of some sort.
So I find we have about 6 recipes we rotate through. The Quinoa and Artichoke Skillet, Penne with Mushrooms, Artichoke and Tomatoes, Spicy Black Beans and Rice, Kamut and Black Bean Tacos, Burritos, and Pasta with Tomato Basil Sauce. I really desperately need some new recipes.
I realize I haven't posted some of these recipes so I will try to remember each time I make them to take pictures and post.
I find we don't really use almond milk much. The flavor is not my family's favorite. We do use coconut milk which I make the same way as the almond milk. I guess I better post on that one too. Coconut milk is creamy and great in recipes like the corn bread. We also use it on our hot cereal or oatmeal in the mornings.
I use Cashew milk, just blended cashews and water, no straining, as a great thickener in recipes as well. It doesn't have the strong flavor of the coconut milk so can be a great creamy additive. Cashew milk also makes a great orange julius.
But I struggle thinking of other recipes. I need to get some vegan cookbooks to maybe help.
We do still use a small amount of raw unpasteurized milk and cheese. We go through about a 1/2 gallon every two weeks and about 1/4 - 1/2 pound of unpasteurized cheese a week. I use the cheese to add just a touch to a burrito or I give the children a little slice now and again as an extra treat. I feel the amount of dairy is very minimal and keeping within the scope of the word of wisdom.
I have had a little feta once or twice the last couple of weeks on my salads. I couldn't stomach the salad without it!
I never serve meat as a main dish. My children do have tuna probably 1-3x a week. And, like I mentioned previously, I have had smoked salmon about twice a week for the last few weeks. I also had some scrambled eggs.