mae tanner

Whole30 Certified Coach
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About mae tanner

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    Charlemont, MA
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    reading, running in the mountains, cooking, gardening, eating:), hanging out with my partner and my doggie

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  1. mae tanner

    Bone broth

    Hi, @Nenag, Could you clarify what "youst extract" is, please? Thanks! ~mae
  2. mae tanner

    Hello! November 11 start

    Hello, @Puzzler!! Sorry, I missed your post somehow! How are things going? What have you been experiencing so far? Any comments or concerns? And, may I ask what your motivations are for you doing the Whole30? Anyway, welcome! Reach out should you need anything:) be well, ~mae
  3. mae tanner

    Newbie Starting TODAY Nov 15

    @Roni-Leigh yes, label reading and prep are KEY:) If you have a Costco around you, their Kirkland brand of chicken stock is compliant, and there are several brands of bone broth that are Whole30 applicable as well. I really love the Kettle & Fire bone broth, which I keep on hand for those times I cannot make my own or I run out--and I order them online, especially handy as I live in a rural area. Also, there are several grass-fed beef (and other sustainably-raised animal bones) available online...check out the Whole30 approved product list for ideas, as well as US Wellness Meats (pops up as Grasslandbeef.com) or Thrive Market (and other suppliers) if you cannot source your beef bones locally. I'm lucky to live in a farming community that has a rich supply of grass-fed products, and the butcher at the nearest town's natural foods market will sell me bones as well. Good luck! Shout out if you need anything:) be well, ~mae
  4. mae tanner

    Bacon

    Hi, @RoyVer! Thanks for the heads up! I agree, the ingredients fit the compliant criteria. Does it taste nice to boot? It's always nice to find compliant products in the market place! be well, ~mae
  5. mae tanner

    Biometrics report

    @Angelia yay!! The proof is in the (compliant) pudding! And it feels good to feel so good, yes? Be well, and good food on:) ~mae
  6. mae tanner

    Newbie Starting TODAY Nov 15

    Welcome, @Roni-Leigh! It sounds as though you have set yourself up very well to begin your journey! Please reach out at any time on any of the forum categories should you need anything at all. That's what we are here for! best of everything, ~mae
  7. Hi, @Mary St! Yes! On the forum, there is a section called "Your Whole30 Log" under the COMMUNITY tab on which you can do exactly that:) Scroll on through what's been logged there to get an idea. Yay, yes! It's so nice to have people--like your brother--who can relate. Check in with us anytime as well! take care, ~mae
  8. mae tanner

    Homemade mayo.... safe?

    Hello, @Mary St! Homemade mayo is, in my opinion, the BOMB! So super easy to make and tastes way better than store-bought versions in almost every case--and, you can make a great variety of sauces & dressings from a simple base recipe. I love the easy addition of good fat to my meals! That being said, there's really no way to completely ensure that the eggs you use are uncontaminated (stats say that 1 in 20,000 eggs are contaminated), but there are ways to reduce the likelihood of getting sick from eating homemade mayo: *Buy refrigerated eggs and keep them refrigerated. Store them inside on the shelves, not in the door as the door is the warmest part of the fridge. *Wash hands and surfaces prior to & after handling raw eggs (You're probably familiar with all this--I just don't want to assume, well, anything!) *Refrigerate products made with raw eggs as soon as you make it or immediately after you eat/serve it. These are all pretty basic rules of thumb, and if you are very concerned about this, try making mayo with coddled eggs. Here's a link as to how to do this if you're not familiar with this way of preparing eggs: https://www.afamilyfeast.com/how-to-coddle-an-egg/ The website also has a recipe for homemade mayo, but it is not compliant, so I recommend using 1 whole coddled egg and 2 coddled yolks for a compliant mayo recipe that calls for 2 cups of oil. For the record, in my years of making homemade mayo, I've never had an issue with me or my family getting sick. We make a LOT of mayo at my house, and we always use it up before it turns--most homemade mayo will last a week or more in the fridge. Good luck, and reach out if you have any questions! best, ~mae
  9. Hi, @Mary St! Welcome! Is this your first round of Whole30? You sound super excited, which is awesome! As I am sure you can imagine, staying compliant during the holiday season can be a bit of a challenge (especially if there are family gatherings involved--which can result in pressure!), so I say to you: Prep, prep, prep! And be sure you have a support system, i.e., accountability partner, husband, etc. Shout out if you have any questions or whatever comes up! Will you be keeping a log of your journey? take care, ~mae
  10. @JMB2019, how are you feeling? Did you energy rebound at all? I was curious as to how you've reacted to flu shots in the past--if you've had one? Did you come down with something during this energy loss? Also, what's your sleep cycle like? Had it changed much/at all during the round/leading up to your loss of energy? I hope you're feeling better. Super curious about how this has turned out for you! best, ~mae
  11. mae tanner

    What's causing the cramping and indigestion?

    @Carolinelovrr How are you feeling? Have your digestions issues resolved at all? Looks as though you may be nearing the end of your round...what have you figured out? Inquiring minds want to know best, ~mae
  12. mae tanner

    Hi! I'm starting November 1

    So good to see you all starting up in November! @Beccaann3, best of everything for your daughter's surgery--we hope everything goes smoothly! Great plan on packing compliant food--you've probably figured out already that the key to staying on-plan is being prepared! Keep us posted, and nice work all! best, ~mae
  13. mae tanner

    Feeling betrayed....

    Hi, @Mbncb, and welcome! Ah, it is NO FUN to be in pain! So sorry to hear that you have been going through this. It sounds as though you have some great support in your journey with your new doctor, and here on the forum, there are so many places to find other levels of help. Please keep us posted (heh heh, literally!) on your progress, and chime in any time you need anything! be well, ~mae
  14. mae tanner

    frequency of sausage

    @lynnedn, you could even make your own! https://40aprons.com/easy-whole30-breakfast-sausage-paleo/ yum:) best, ~mae
  15. go, guy!! it's totally worth the run...how are you feeling about the reintroduction process? any new questions or issues to address? let us know how we can help! best, ~mae