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karacooks last won the day on July 7 2012

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  1. karacooks

    Couple of items: pickles, V8

    Ah good to know, thanks Adagio. I'm walking distance from Harry's and shop there all the time (2x today in fact! LOL). I'll run over tomorrow and see what I can find.
  2. karacooks

    Couple of items: pickles, V8

    Tom I get your perspective, but I'm gonig to go ahead and include V8 in my plan. I choose to do so for a few reasons: juices are not an issue for me; I don't have the mindset of drinking meal replacements; I don't drink them (as many people do) because I hate veggies and this is the only way for me to get in my veggie fix; and it's not an everyday thing for me. Honestly if the commercial V8 was out due to preservatives, I'd probably just make my own in the juicer and continue to enjoy it. I just enjoy tomato juice and the spiciness of the V8. Thanks for the rec on the pickle brands. I see that you're nearby, so I will look for them in my Publix or Kroger after I finish the jar of Claussen's that I have.
  3. karacooks

    Couple of items: pickles, V8

    As the title says, I have a question about 2 items. First one: I saw someone recommend using unsweet pickle relish or dill relish in a recipe. The only relish and pickles I can find that don't have sugar or a long list of preservatives are the Clausen ones and they do have sodium benzoate and polysorbate 80. I am suspecting those are a no-no on Whole30? Second one is V8. I know that we're encouraged not to rely on juices and that's fine. I usually have a small snack sized can of spicy V8 in the afternoons. I don't use it as a veggie substitute, just a nice cold spicy snack that's portable. The can I have says all natural vegetable juices and spices (and lists them) and potassium chloride. Does that kill my V8? If so I can just spice up some regular plain tomato juice and deal.