Ytu

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  1. Ytu

    Help! Resources in the UK

    Rather than the milk, I buy the solid blocks of 100% coconut (there are a few different brands, think the one I have now is Island Sun). Then, for the easy option, just throw a chunk of it in your curry along with some water. Or you can also reconstitute it into coconut milk by dissolving in hot water, the texture is bitty but if you then put it throught a fine sieve that makes a nice smooth coconut milk/cream. Noticed the other week that Planet Organic now have coconut aminos. I think we're lucky in the UK that many lightly processed foods (especially canned ones) are compliant. I couldn't live without my tinned sardines, and they are available in every supermarket. I also rely on frozen whole-leaf spinach (Tesco) to go with my eggs at breakfast. Laverstoke Park do compliant pork sausages, if you can get hold of them. Ocado used to have them but last time I looked they didn't.
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    W30: Project X

    What a great plan! I love your island, kirkor. I think it would be good for me to also think in terms of 'core foods' I'm never without as I'm often overwhelmed by not being able to decide what to buy/eat.
  3. Would you do a separate reintro day for alcohol (not with all three meals of course )? I've got a few more days to go but need to plan my reintros around a wedding I'm attending next weekend and was going to reintroduce dairy (going to an Italian restaurant for dinner where I'd probably benefit from being able to have a bit of cheese) but if alcohol needs its own day then I'd probably prefer a glass of champagne to cheese.