tinman57

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  1. Day One: I'm optimistic as I begin Day 1
  2. Exactly why I've returned. Too many questionable choices. So today is Day Zero for me.
  3. I am frexcited! Looking forward to start tomorrow. But! My cat isn't eating today (yet) which is concerning. So my Monday may include a vet visit, in addition to being new tires.
  4. Saturday: today and tomorrow precede my Day 1. Working on getting rid of noncompliant foods, getting my head into the game by reading up in an old Whole30 Day by Day. Reviewing my freezer and veggies on hand to see if I need to go out and stock. I think for now my veggies are in good shape. Good fats on hand and have a jar of Primal Kitchen Mayo handy so I don't even need to make mayo. Tomorrow, Sunday, I'll prep some proteins for the week. Compared to my first Whole30, there is now an abundance of convenience foods such as products from Primal Kitchen and Thrive Market.
  5. Congrats on the mayo! I'm have also used avocado oil as I normally have that on hand as well as EVOO. Mel's recipe is mind-blowing.
  6. More processed food has been entering into my kitchen. I want to clean up a bit and see how I feel. No weight loss needed (a pound or three wouldn't hurt) but just want to create a baseline.
  7. Just coming in to say Hello and your stew looks amazing. For mayo I use Mel Joulwan's recipe ( http://meljoulwan.com/2010/06/03/the-secret-to-homemade-mayo-patience/) and it has never called. I just make sure everything is at room temperature and don't even do the slow drizzle. However nowadays, compliant mayo can be purchased. I use Primal Kitchen brand but it may not be available on store shelves in Israel. Also available online but shipping would probably be prohibitive.