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  1. Not sure if I should post this here or in reintroduction... I'm coming up on the end of my Whole30 and trying to map out my dairy reintro. Since this is my second go, I'm skipping reintroducing legumes and GF grains, and doing a dairy break down- lactose free, then grassfed, then conventional. Please send ideas for dairy heavy meals.
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    9 days in and frustrated

    Other fat sources are olives, avocado and fatty fish like salmon or sardines (make sure they're compliant if they're canned). Definitely make sure brekkie is heavy on the protein and good fats to start the day, along with fiber-full veggies. I made myself a sausage hash- pork sausage, sweet potatoes, broccoli and onions. It gets me through til lunch. If I worked out in the AM, I throw an egg on it, but I don't always miss it. Also make sure you're hydrating.
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    9 days in and frustrated

    Are you me? I was coming here for support too. Day 9 on #2 as well! For me, I've made it through FAR worse tummy troubles than I had last time and seem to be ok for the last 24hrs, but now I'm flagging. I like to go through the upcoming circulars and plan my meals around what's on sale. I'm trying to plan but I've lost all drive. I just want to give up, eat what I have on hand and planning be damned. I think I'm also hitting some decision paralysis.
  4. I'm currently in my second Whole30 and, last time I did this, I had no issues with legumes or GF grains. I'm wondering, to give me more time analyzing my reactions to gluten and dairy, is it ok to gloss over the legume/GF reintros- maybe skip them all together. Just leap right into dairy (which I'm breaking into lactose free dairy, then grassfed dairy, then conventional dairy, all with 2 days between), followed by gluten. I would, of course, still stick to the plan of being 100% compliant outside of the reintro areas. I would, once completely done, resume eating legumes and GF grains.
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    Corned Beef

    I'm half Irish, half Jewish and I tell me friends I'm corned beef. Corned Beef is an Irish American thing that came about when the Irish immigrants met the Jewish immigrants on the Lower East Side. This is why I tell everyone to avoid any pub in Ireland that serves it.
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    Amino Almonds!

    I just adapted my mom's tamari almonds for W30 and they're awesome! Roast 1lb raw, whole almonds at 300F for 15 mins on a cookie sheet, lined with foil or parchment. In a heat-proof bowl, toss almonds with 1/4c coconut aminos and 1/4 tsp salt. Let sit for 5 minutes. Toss again, then place in a single layer on the same sheet, and roast until dark mahogany outside, toasty brown inside. Took me about 30 min, tossing every 10. Let cool completely, then enjoy!
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    Meds/Vitamins?

    I'm on day 1 of my second W30 and just realized my vitamin D pill has safflower oil and my vitamin B has cornstarch! While nether is medically required, I definitely would prefer not to go off them if I don't have to. What should I do?
  8. I just started my second W30 and, as I did last time, I shared my plans publicly on Facebook and Insta and told my family. The first time I did this, my mom was very supportive (my dad kinda couldn't care less either way- I just tell him what I can eat and send recipes that will work for everyone). When I told mom in December I'm doing W30 again her initial response was "Why?" Not inquisitive, more judgey. I had some lingering effects from gluten and dairy last time and she felt that means this doesn't work for me. I explained about A) getting out of sync over the holidays and B ) needing to refocus my eating. She sorta shrugged it off. I spend a lot of time with my family and we cook together whenever we see each other. This has me feeling embarrassed and like I don't want to speak up about my needs next time I go to their house.
  9. I found this recently and it looks amazing and W30 friendly if you skip the lentils. My question is, what can I sub in for the lentils, since it needs something to bump up the nutrition and heartiness. I eat all things. Harissa Lentils with Roast Squash and Tahini Dressing
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    PCOS and Whole30

    I know this is from a while ago, but as a fellow PCOS sufferer, I wanted to reach out. How did it going? How did the year since go? I did my first W30 in June and noticed better skin- since dropping gluten and limiting dairy, my skin is definitely clearer, though not perfect.
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    Lactose Free dairy?

    Last time I did Whole30, I had some issues with dairy. I didn't give it up completely afterward, but am eating significantly less now, though the issues have mostly subsided. I'm doing W30 again in January and planning a multi-step Dairy reintro. First trying grass fed/organic products, wait a few days, then lactose free products, wait a few days, then "standard" dairy. My question is, is there dairy that's naturally lactose free/super low? Other than stuff branded Lactaid?
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    latke recipe?

    I know I'm kinda late to this Latke party, but my recipes is 4 med russets, 1 onion, 1 egg, salt and pepper. Grate the onion and potatoes together into a dish towel, squeeze out as much liquid as you can into a bowl. Let it sit for 10 min, then drain, leaving the starch in the bottom. Add the grated veg, scrambled egg and seasoning and mix. Heat avocado oil in a cast iron skillet- about 1/4 inch deep. Add 1/4c drops of mixture, smoothing the top. Cook for 1-2 min/side, until deep golden brown. Serve with compliant applesauce. Leftovers are great the next day with a poached egg and a little horseradish.
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    Second time around

    Not sure if this is the right section for this. I did Whole30 successfully this June and was planning on doing it again January. The thing is, I know I'm good with legumes and have not had any issues. What's your take on re-doing W30 but with a slight tweak, like leaving that group in?
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    Throwing away food

    Holy cow. That really hit home. THANK YOU.
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    Throwing away food

    I did my Whole30 in June and I prepared (I knew I was going to do this by January) by cleaning my kitchen through attrition- stocking compliant things to replace non-compliant. I was mostly good about, but some pasta and fish sticks crept in anyway. I also figured shelf stable/freezer things could linger until after. Now I'm done and have realized I need to strictly limit dairy and gluten. I gave my mom a bunch of stuff and gave away a lot of sealed items, but I still have food (fish sticks, breadcrumbs, mac and cheese, beer). I have given my family everything they will take and some of these are open or just not ok to donate (ei: beer). I'm really struggling with throwing food out, even if it's what I need to do to be healthy in the long-run. For those who made lifestyle changes after Whole30- what did you do? Did you throw food away?