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  1. Hi LadyM! Nice to see a familiar name around here :) Day 77... what a great feeling! And all that movement - how awesome! I sure hope you don't end up locked down again After a 3-4 month stint with "mostly" carnivore I've decided to go back to what feels more nourishing and do a W30. I popped into the forum for the first time in almost a year... and... wow, cobwebs :) I used to love this place and the support! And I find it so useful looking back at my old logs... Anyway, just wanted to say hi because your name was the only one I recognized
  2. @hollysmokes I NEVER meet anyone who knows about Katy! I love her work. How did you learn about her stuff?
  3. It sounds like you've given this a lot of thought! If you are "worried" about Christmas - have a plan. Figure it out before the heat-of-the-moment temptations are there calling you. If you want to indulge, do it, enjoy it and don't beat yourself up. If you don't, don't. 1 meal isn't going to make or break your path towards being "able". And I hear you on keeping up with kiddos - I have a 3 year old son... I wish I had half his energy!
  4. We've been making homemade mayo for at least 5 years. I buy the best eggs I can find (like local cooperative, farmers market, neighbors, etc) and do wash them before using. We have our own chickens now and I still wash mayo-eggs. I ate it while pregnant (made hubs eat it for 2 days before I'd eat a new batch ), feed it to my toddler (he'd eat the whole jar), have made it in many cooking classes (people L.O.V.E. it )... People get sick in restaurants, from packaged salad, from cantaloupe, etc. We also keep it for way longer than 2 days. I'd say an average jar is used up within a week
  5. Hi Amura! It is interesting how one's perspective changes with information and experience I'm just wondering... what is your "ultimate" goal? You have a lot of really great guidelines which will certainly help you have a more nutritious and hopefully gut friendly life. I'm wondering though if a few "rule" might help since you said you do well with clear boundaries. Like, if work treats or too-many-special-occassions are the problems make quantifiable rules around them. "I will only eat treats at work once a month" or "I will enjoy a meal in a restaurant only 2 times a calendar month"...
  6. @ladyshanny Yeah, it was a good video - I had never seen it either! It did bring up another question for me though... slow roll, she talks about waiting until mom bakes cookies and then you decide, ok, today I'm going to try a cookie. When you do slow roll are you introducing entire recipes you like (so a cookie, which may have gluten and dairy) vs food genres (gluten, dairy, etc)? Thanks!
  7. She says "you reintroduce these foods... in an order that we've outlined for you... least problematic to most problematic". So I guess I don't see that as "you can reintroduce foods however you want but we suggest x,y,z" - her words make it seem more like a "rule".
  8. @ladyshanny Oops! Sorry, I thought I posted this in a different thread (the one that referenced the video). Here is the link: 5:08-7:42 is the time where she talks about it.
  9. The video seems to say the opposite of this. Was there a point in time where the reintro order because a suggestion rather than not quite a rule but more than a suggestion? Thanks for the link to the video, btw, I'd never seen that before!
  10. I think I am keeping GT's Kombucha in business single handedly... Not taking any bottled probiotics. Not a ton of fermented stuff these days either. I should buy some. Overall gut feels the best it has in a while. But pregnancy seemed to have somehow done that - after getting over the insane post partum rabbit pellet poops I've settled into the least bloated/gassy I've been in a while. I do have an appointment with a rheumatologist next week. That should make my fingers heal up - making a doctors appointment usually cures me!
  11. Ok. One other question - I'm pretty sure removing them has made no difference. Would knuckle pain be a longer-than-30-days kind of thing to test?
  12. I'm finishing up a nightshade free W30 the day after tomorrow. Any suggestions on reintroducing them as a group vs individually - so three days of tomatoes, then three days of peppers or just reintroduce "nightshades". Thanks!
  13. Just wanted to say hi! Yeah for making three weeks! Bummer about the car Its also nice to see someone who adds coconut milk to everything Are you still noticing that your crossfit workouts are better than before?