AutumnSapphira

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  1. Wow, thanks! The soups and the poppers all sound fantastic! We'll probably have to test the recipes before we rely on them for a breakfast. We're a couple of picky eaters, unfortunately, but we'll definitely give most of those a try! Especially the soups. She always complains when she gets a client seated with her first thing, because she can't eat her breakfast, but no one can stop her sipping soup, can they? And of course the poppers can be eaten on the commute, if necessary. I drive and it's only 10min for her, so she can munch as we go. Excellent! Certainly open to more ide
  2. I haven't quite finished the book yet, but I know breakfast will be the most difficult meal of the day for us to get in. My gf doesnt wake up a nanosecond before she has to in order to leave on time in the morning, so sitting down and having a nice breakfast is off the table. Are there any make-ahead breakfast recipes that are good for eating on the go? Or, even at her desk when she gets to work, altho that isn't the best option, in case she gets a client at her desk first thing.
  3. Hi, I'm Autumn! My partner and I are starting the Whole30 journey in two weeks, after Valentine's Day. (We like chocolate!) This gives us some time to get the kitchen prepped and plan out meals and such before we go shopping. I started reading Food Freedom Forever last week, and picked up The Whole30 and started that yesterday. This attitude of food not being "good" or "bad", and "failing" being an expected part of the process is exactly what I need. I'm very excited to get started. I have a good support system of friends who are rooting for me, plus my girlfriend, L., will be doing the