Cindy5048 got a reaction from Spoonmoonwolf in Recipes with limited resources
I thought this is a vegetarian forum? Why is chicken and pork being recommended when vegetarians do not eat meat? I have the Whole30 shopping list for vegetarians and vegans right in front of me and it's written that various beans ARE allowed - properly prepared (soaked, boiled, etc). You can also use organic tempeh, natto edamame, and tofu. I can share some lentil and other legume recipes if you are still interested....I cook Indian food (using minimal spices) with alot of veggies and some legumes quite a bit. I also modify some of their recipes in the book. For example, I make the ground beef and spinach frittata and just remove the ground beef....maybe just add another veggie in place of it, like tomato or artichoke, and it's delicious.
Cindy5048 reacted to ladyshanny in Vegetarian and giving it a try
Got it! Just was checking! Resisting wine cravings is just like resisting any other craving you might have. First, make sure you're eating enough and properly composed meals at proper timing. Drink lots of water and then............honestly................just get past it. Distraction, power through, move on. They don't last forever, you just have to move past it. There's no secret way.
Cindy5048 got a reaction from ladyshanny in Vegetarian and giving it a try
My try and give up wine comment went hand in hand with the title of my post - giving it, meaning the whole plan including giving up wine, a try. This is all new for me, first time. Yes the goal is to give it up for 30 days and succeed but when you're new, it can be intimidating. I am aware the rules don't fluctuate for anyone - that is certainly not the point I was trying to get across. This is not easy for new people which is why coming here for support helps. Sorry for my miscommunication. If you know of any tips of how to resist the wine cravings, that would be helpful.