Worldismyoyster

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    Psyching up for a December W30!

    Hi everyone! I've started prep etc. I usually do W30 in Jan/ Feb so this is my first December. I'm considering a w60 this year - did a 45 last time. Looking forward! I have a decent shopping list/ menu from previous rounds so gotta dig those out
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    Whole30 and Spanish Cooking

    Traditional sofrito is compliant - it's just peppers, onions, oregano, vinegar and cilantro. Do watch for sugar-added tomato paste though. I'm sure it's delicious on meat!
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    Psyching up for a December W30!

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/2308892962676726/about/ - please note, that this forum and the admins are the best source of info for all your questions. The facebook group is more an everyday-chatter type thing
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    Rural area....

    Great suggestions above. Couple of small things: to cook chicken or fish in the oven, try seasoning it well with salt and pepper (maybe a bit of lemon) and wrap it in foil with some sliced onion and a sprinkle of water - not too tight, more like a little parcel. 350 for 20-30 mins, or until ready (when fish flakes, chicken has no pink juice when pricked w a fork) definitely try extra light tasting olive oil. Two tablespoons is way too much for your eggs - a drop on a paper towel and wipe the pan is more like it, like someone said above. Frozen veggies are cheap and easy - even easier with the Steam-in-a-bag ones Don't think of it as all or nothing for now, try out some meals first. Feel free to reach out to me if you need some help with what to cook, I want to help.
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    Alternative to coconut aminos

    yeah, for sushi
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    Alternative to coconut aminos

    I did search the forum and found a couple of old threads - am wondering if anyone has since come up with a better solution than vinegar+fish sauce. I loooove my soy sauce and totally hate CA. thank you!