AlyssaB

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  1. Hello! I'm wondering if anyone has come across a compatible bouillon or quick broth base in their Whole30 or food freedom travels. I love making soup, but sometimes I don't have enough broth on hand and I don't have enough time to whip some up from the veggie scraps and bones I keep in the freezer. Before Whole30, I would just mix normal bouillon into my soup and call it a day. Every single one I've come across, though, has MSG, dextrose, sugar, or something else non-compatible in it. Has anyone found a bouillon or similar product that is compatible? Or is there a way to make a powder or conc
  2. I figured that was the case but wanted to be 100% sure. Thank you!
  3. I was just doing a pantry clean out to get ready for Monday (yay!) and I went to double check the ingredients in my TJ nutritional yeast since I've seen some other brands of nooch with rice flour in them. The ingredients list itself is completely compliant (inactive nutritional yeast (dried yeast, niacin (vitamin b3), pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin b6), riboflavin (vitamin b2), thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin b1), folic acid, vitamin b12)) but there's a little disclaimer underneath that says it may contain traces of soy. Should I ditch this for the next 30 days, or is it okay? T
  4. Newman's Own Marinara is compliant, delicious, and really inexpensive!! Ingredients: Tomato Puree (Water, Tomato Paste, Citric Acid), Diced Tomatoes in Tomato Juice, Salt, Carrot Puree, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Onion*, Basil*, Garlic*, Black Pepper, Fennel Seed*. https://www.newmansown.com/foods/marinara-sauce/
  5. I was very excited to get Melissa's email last week about the new Whole30 brand salad dressings, and I immediately tacked the ranch and elderberry vinaigrette onto my Thrive order for the upcoming September Whole30. I was surprised, however, to see that the first ingredient listed for both was sunflower oil. During my first Whole30, I was careful to limit my use of seed oils, as indicated by the program rules. In accordance with this, I did not use my Sir Kensington's dijon balsamic dressing during my Whole30 because I was unsure if there was too much sunflower oil in it. For my upcoming Whol