Megan Claydon

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  1. Megan Claydon

    Compliant Chicken Broth

    I use Pacific Natural Foods Organic Free Range Chicken Broth...I get it off of amazon subscribe and save for the extra discount and free shipping
  2. Megan Claydon

    Plan a Whole30 dream vacation

    Melissa- that sounds amazing! Where do you Dallas go when you normally go south of the border? The only thing I would add on to Melissa's is some beach volleyball and tequila + lime My ideal vacation would be somewhere in the Mediterranean with my husband. One of the greek islands... We would rent a a small house, white exterior with a blue roof and an ocean view. Or maybe do more of a B&B style. No alarm clocks! We go to bed and rise with the sun. No cars either! Everywhere we go is by foot, biking, boat, or ATV. Our days would be spent boating, fishing, shopping the local markets, yoga, and hiking. We would would eat lamb, wine, eggplant, olives and figs. We would make friends with locals and learn traditional recipes using local ingredients. On weekends we would travel to other islands or countries to visit. Oh and I would acquire the ability to tan like a greek goddess! It's a dream ok!
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    Salad or bowl, its all the same, and YES SKIP THE DRESSING!
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    Hey Lauren, Let me just say that I personally LOVE me some chipotle! It can definitely come in handy when you are in a pinch for food away from home or you want to suggest a place to eat among friends who may not be as into healthy eating as you are. That being said, you are RIGHT, everything they cook is soybean oil based...even if you got the carnitas, the peppers and onions are still sauteed in soybean oil. To avoid the soybean oil you could do the romaine lettuce, carnitas, guacamole, and pico. Double the meat and maybe even the guacamole too.