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  1. I'm in a Whole 30 FB group and someone posted that it was a perfect substitute for pastas. I don't think any of them are certified Whole30 coaches that responded and wanted to get an official answer. It's literally just made of hearts of palm, but from what I can tell the Palmini Pasta is ground into a powder first and then turned into a "noodle". If it's compliant, I'm going to get my hands on some to try it! Ingredients listed on package: Sliced hearts of palm, Water, Natural sea salt, and citric acid.
  2. I am in a Whole30 FB group and someone was asking about SWYPO foods and mentioned she makes fries in the air fryer. My interpretation of what’s in the Whole30 site is that fries from white potatoes are not allowed. Someone else responded that they were ok because they weren’t store bought fries and were made at home. Are French fries if they are made with an air fryer? If they are allowed is the determining factor really because they’re home made? I found this link, but it still sounds like the answer is that even if made at home they’re not ok. But I also may interpret it tha
  3. Since I only had the Ninja Blender and not a regular blender I worked with what I had. I happened to read something that I have been trying for weeks now and it's worked! That way if anyone else has a Ninja or another high powered blender and experiences this problem they'll know what to do. I put it on low speed like you guys suggested and pour the oil in a squeeze bottle. They're like the kind you would normally see ketchup and mustard in except I bought some cheap clear ones off Amazon one time and had them laying around. I put the mixture in the blender and then squeeze it into the b
  4. Thanks! I'm trying again tonight. The help is much appreciated.
  5. Neither. Ninja is an entirely different brand, but it is a high powered blender. Should I just put it on a lower setting? I actually was putting it on a high blend, so maybe that's my problem. Am I supposed to blend on low?
  6. I have successfully made mayo before using a regular blender. Nothing fancy, just a cheap blender. I have a Ninja blender and even having every single ingredient at room temperature and pouring my olive oil in slowly, it will not emulsify. Has anyone else experienced this in their Ninja blender? Is there a way around it using the Ninja? I am specifically asking about the Ninja (not immersion blenders or food processors because I don't have either). I don't want to buy another appliance just to accomplish something that should work in a blender. Anyone with experience in this please let m