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About MistyMountain

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    I love to bake, trail ride our two horses, chicken keeping, sew, garden, and take photos.
  1. From my understanding, I want to say they may not be allowed during the Whole30. Of course, I'm assuming you're thinking homemade popsicles, such as smoothie or juice pops? I feel like smoothie popsicles would be a good Food Freedom treat for some. For others it might bring up sugar cravings, so you'd have to be careful there. Interested to see what others say.
  2. Hello, I am a high schooler, and have become very excited and interested in natural nutrition for my dogs for a long time. It started with a raw diet for them, and when I realized that they were eating better food than I was, I decided I should probably get on some kind of whole food trend. When I found the Whole30, I jumped right on board. I did my first Whole30 about 5 months ago. I enjoyed it, and out of my whole family, I was the only one who made it to the end. After falling susceptible to cravings gradually after my whole30, I decided to start again to get back on track. My second
  3. Thanks for the help, sorry it took so long to reply. I am excited for christmas to come up for this reason, being able to bake for others and give it away over the holidays. It is a good idea to look around for charities, I'll have to look into that. Fiddly recipes, are exactly what I'm hoping for, the hard part is finding some that will take time. I've been looking for crockpot recipes, things that like that I can do instead of baking, and was hoping maybe to find some recipe suggestions that others have used. Spice blends are a good idea, I'll look into this as well. Thanks
  4. Hello everyone! I just joined this forum, but have been lurking and using this to answer my questions for my entire Whole30. I'm now in the reintroduction period, and am loving it! introducing Legumes and waiting to see what I notice. Otherwise, I had a question about possible baking "alternatives" per say. I'm very familiar with the pancake rule, and don't want to substitute paleo desserts for traditional desserts, but rather want something similar to "work on". Before Whole30 I enjoyed baking as a hobby, and now that I can't eat it I haven't been able to. I'm wondering if anyone has any sugg