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  1. @Brewer5 The chopped nuts sound really good! Haha.. and that rule sounds like a good one. I just have to stop forgetting about my protein needs and then I'm all about it. I bought some sparking water today for myself, and I also bought sparkling grape juice for the family. This might be the first year I let my kids stay up (or wake them up if they demand it) for New Years. They are 5 and 8 years old and their bedtime is still 8 PM but they usually read in bed until 9 or 9:30 at the latest (bigger kid reads to littler kid). Neither of them have stayed up past 10 PM. My husband does n
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  2. Oh my goodness, the soups! Inspirational, and so lovely to have that option. It is strange to think of 2020 as having a silver lining - the time for self-refection and contemplation. I often wonder how I'll go back to working outside my home, as the daily routine seems so sane now. How will I have time for the walks? And I can't imagine frequent travel as part of the daily grind... Savor your Whole 30, the time to prepare and enjoy wholesome meals. Your first day's foods sound delicious!
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  3. How great are those 4 soup options? I want one of each! Hubs and I are truly privileged to have had phenomenal work years this year too. He has been WFH since March 13th and I own my own coaching practice and both of our companies posted record sales this year. Bananas indeed! We recognize and appreciate our privilege. No air travel has been weird. Between Jan 1 and March 20 I had already taken 16 flights and Hubs was at 20... it's been SO strange not to fly at all. I miss it. We did spend 90 nights in our Airstream but even that was weird - no visiting, no touring, just a change of
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  4. I am also doing my first Whole30 starting on the 1st. Huzzah!
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  5. @Amy_Michigan ~ I hope you and your family have a wonderful celebration of 2021 ~ no matter what time it occurs. There is much to celebrate.
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  6. Mama gets her chicken first ... that's what I always say. (No I don't - but perhaps that should be a rule.) Tuna salad sounds good. I like to put frozen blueberries and chopped nuts in mine, too. Might sound weird ~ but it's tasty.
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  7. LydiaJo

    Here's To Success

    @MadyVanilla The ingredients for the stake bites and sweet potatoes are now on my shopping list. Thank you for sharing.
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  8. The peppers themselves are fine. If you buy them in jars or cans with other ingredients, you'll have to read the ingredients and determine if they are all compatible with Whole30 rules. Specifically, some brands do contain sulfites, although there might be other non-Whole30 ingredients as well.
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  9. Today's preparation involves getting back home and making sure we have everything there that we need to get going. We've been spending a few days in our trailer which we have set up for the winter in a park about 40km from where we live. Its been really beautiful here but it is supposed to rain on and off for the rest of the week so we might as well go home. Home is an apartment on the 20th floor in an urban village near Toronto. I love the convenience of living in an apartment except during a pandemic... being in our trailer where we can easily get out and about is quite a lovely change! T
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  10. I’m in as well, this is my first time. I’ve toyed with the idea last January but got side tracked by business travel. Now that I’m not traveling and my health took a toll over the last months of sitting at home (sugar, sooo much sugar!), I’m doing this! My partner will join me, which is motivating but also scary. I can subsist on roasted veggies with canned tuna and mayo if I have to but any of our quick, weeknight go to meals that he also eats are out of the question for the next few weeks.
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  11. LydiaJo

    Whole30 First timer

    Keep it simple. I don't make items that take 8 items and 6 spices or have lots of steps.
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