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  1. You would need to find out the ingredients. I've seen some pickled ginger with added sugar, so those versions would definitely not be allowed, but I'm sure there are different versions with different ingredients.
  2. A jicama "taco shell" is a slice of jicama. It’s not shredded and combined with water and oil and reformed into a tortilla-like thing, it's just a slice of a vegetable. The coconut wraps dry out the coconut into a coconut flour, then make tortillas from that.
  3. No. You can find the rules here: https://whole30.com/whole30-program-rules/
  4. The rule is no sugar or sweetener in the ingredients. It is possible to find smoked salmon that meets this standard, or to skip it for your Whole30.
  5. Protein powder is going to depend on the ingredients. No soy, no sweeteners, no other non-compatible ingredients. Alcohol-free beer still usually has barley which is a grain, so those are not allowed.
  6. Everyone is different and needs different amounts of food, so she might need more than you do. She might also not have been adding fat to her meals, if it was served separately, because many people grew up hearing that fat is bad for you and have a hard time allowing themselves to eat it. Have her look at the meal template, and stress that it is the minimum amount of food she would need, but that it is absolutely OK to have larger servings if she needs to. (You can download the meal template here: https://whole30.com/pdf-downloads/)
  7. Try this link: https://whole30.com/plant-based/prep-with-daily-harvest/
  8. No. Check out the rules here: https://whole30.com/whole30-program-rules/
  9. There are some listed here: https://whole30.com/whole30-approved/ -- look under restaurants and meal delivery.
  10. I don't think there's any specific guidance for this. You might consider doing reintroductions of the things you'll be having during a pb Whole30 that you didn't in your regular Whole30, just to get a feel for how you'll react and make sure none of them cause any issues for you.
  11. Yes. Extracts are allowed now, here's the article explaining why: https://whole30.com/whole30-extracts/
  12. It's fine. The negligible amounts of sugar are from lemon juice concentrate and from coconut amino, and those are both fine to have.
  13. It's going to be hard to find pre-made smoothies that don't have any sweeteners. You can find a few protein powders to make your own, they'll be egg-based or pea protein based, I'm not sure of brand names. You might also need to look at how your meals are composed. The meal template (available here: https://whole30.com/pdf-downloads/) is a good starting point, but it is a minimum, you are definitely welcome to eat more. You can eat two or more palm-sized servings of protein. Do focus on more calorie-dense foods. So, for vegetables, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, and other root v