tasha99

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    tasha99 got a reaction from lgt2013 in What's for dinner?   
    Not low key tonight.  We are having crab hand rolls from the first nomnom paleo cookbook.  Not low key because I have a pound of picked crab meat.  I had to time the ripening of the avocado with the development of the sprouts, which took take about 4-5 days to be done.  So a highly planned and expensive, but delicious looking meal.
    My low key go to meals are things like a salad, roasted veggies, and a meat.  The cracklin chicken on the nomnom paleo website is absolutely delicious for having just chicken, oil, and salt (and a cast iron skillet).  
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    tasha99 got a reaction from kirkor in Can you have reintroduced foods as you test others?   
    A word of warning on wine reintroduction:  The first time I did Whole30, I reintroduced wine first, because that's what I missed the most.  Well. . . one glass became 4, and because I'd lost weight and tolerance, I got pretty tipsy, and the next day I felt awful.  Awful enough to want comfort food, which to me was mac and cheese (there goes dairy, there goes wheat).  It was a mess.   Just a heads up that there is that potential pitfall.  Ymmv, but I am not going to do it the same way this time.  This time wine will be last, and only one glass of it, so I can determine if wine bothers me, vs if an excess of it does.
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    tasha99 got a reaction from kirkor in Can you have reintroduced foods as you test others?   
    A word of warning on wine reintroduction:  The first time I did Whole30, I reintroduced wine first, because that's what I missed the most.  Well. . . one glass became 4, and because I'd lost weight and tolerance, I got pretty tipsy, and the next day I felt awful.  Awful enough to want comfort food, which to me was mac and cheese (there goes dairy, there goes wheat).  It was a mess.   Just a heads up that there is that potential pitfall.  Ymmv, but I am not going to do it the same way this time.  This time wine will be last, and only one glass of it, so I can determine if wine bothers me, vs if an excess of it does.
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    tasha99 got a reaction from Worldismyoyster in Shirataki Noodles   
    Awww . . . I won't eat them on Whole 30, but they are not blech.  They are an ingredient in yosenabe and sukiyaki, and really good in them (but I like Japanese food a lot).
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    tasha99 got a reaction from Worldismyoyster in Shirataki Noodles   
    Awww . . . I won't eat them on Whole 30, but they are not blech.  They are an ingredient in yosenabe and sukiyaki, and really good in them (but I like Japanese food a lot).
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    tasha99 reacted to ladyshanny in Approved crunchy/dry snacks?   
    Enough of this. My original response wasn't "a bit overboard", I was quoting the rules right from the Whole30 website. Tom's comment isn't offensive, it's based on the experience of absolute hoards of people who come to these boards and the things they think they "can't live without". 
    We're here to help people and we do that with our own personalities and our own way of typing/writing. If you're finding yourself offended by basic discussions of the rules, you may want to look inside yourself as to why that would be. These are words on a page written by internet strangers about foods that are and are not permitted on a 30 day program. Not worth being offended over. We don't place any judgement or moral value on foods of any sort.