NazzaB

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    NazzaB got a reaction from zzravizz in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule   
     
    I second this question.
     
    I have a birthday on the 1st of Nov (finishing my W30 on 30 Oct). I really would like to have a couple of drinks. I am happy to still keep to my W30 eating and forgo all the non-compliant food but just wondering if drinking will throw my reintro completely out of whack? I guess it depends what kind of alcohol it is. Should I drink wine or spirits so as not to consume wheat if I'm not testing that yet? 
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    NazzaB got a reaction from zzravizz in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule   
     
    I second this question.
     
    I have a birthday on the 1st of Nov (finishing my W30 on 30 Oct). I really would like to have a couple of drinks. I am happy to still keep to my W30 eating and forgo all the non-compliant food but just wondering if drinking will throw my reintro completely out of whack? I guess it depends what kind of alcohol it is. Should I drink wine or spirits so as not to consume wheat if I'm not testing that yet? 
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    NazzaB got a reaction from zzravizz in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule   
    Sounds like a plan! Thank you
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    NazzaB reacted to Frances in Sourcing food in Australia   
    It depends on the brand. Some aminos are very like soy. The ones I'm using at the moment are like you describe, and not very strong, and I had a brand a while back that was sweet and thick, like kecap manis.
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    NazzaB reacted to Canberra_Girl in Sourcing food in Australia   
    Nazza B, I don't know if it is just me, but I didn't think Coconut Aminos were much like soy sauce at all! Still nice, in a sweet, slightly salty, subtle way, but not that hit like you get with soy sauce. I did find them useful when doing my Whole30 though, as something to try and experiment with, when you are feeling a bit deprived! I still use them now, and they are def. great with seafood, also good for a splash on stir fried greens, or in salad dressing. If you can source them, afford them and don't mind buying overseas products, then can't hurt to give it a try!
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    NazzaB reacted to praxisproject in Sourcing food in Australia   
    I find them interchangeable in recipes, but I'm not sure on the dipping sauce front.
     
    I survived my first Whole30 without them
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    NazzaB reacted to praxisproject in Sourcing food in Australia   
    For all of those new to Whole30, beware buying the Niulife brand of coconut aminos, it's loaded with sugar. Quite a lot of us got caught with this one on our first Whole30. I buy Coconut Secret from Prahran Health Foods, but there are some Aussie retailers selling it online.
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    NazzaB reacted to praxisproject in Sourcing food in Australia   
    Success! For those wanting a coconut yoghurt, easy recipe for Aussies (adapted from FeedMeRachel's):
     
    1 x can of undrained Ayam Coconut Cream (270ml)
    4 x Dairy Free Inner Health Plus capsules
     
    In a glass jar, put coconut cream, empty 4 capsules into jar (throw out crispy capsule shells), stir madly, put in fridge and patiently wait 2-3 days.
     
    Coconut yoghurt, no sweeteners, no additives, dairy free