C. Logan

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About C. Logan

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    Asking questions on the Forum to clarification for First Timers group on FB.

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  1. C. Logan

    Sweet potato cranberry cakes

    That's a great idea, thank you! I give that a go if I make this again.
  2. C. Logan

    Sweet potato cranberry cakes

    Whole Foods used to carry cranberries with apple juice in their bulk bins but they don't have it anymore, has cane sugar now I had to look to Amazon for this brand : https://www.edenfoods.com/store/dried-cranberries-organic.html
  3. C. Logan

    Sweet potato cranberry cakes

    It will go along with some fried eggs and a fat. Thank you kindly! Thank you, I appreciate it.
  4. (I posted this in "Cooking" but I wasn't sure if it should go here) The word "cake" makes me cringe, but I wanted to check if these are compliant. To me, it sounded like it was along the same lines as a salmon "cake" but just wanted to make sure. https://paleomg.com/cranberry-sweet-potato-breakfast-cakes/ If context matters, I'm not craving a pancake or anything, just seemed like an interesting and different sweet potato recipe. Thanks.
  5. C. Logan

    New Compliant Meat at Chipotle!

    No worries. It pays to be thorough. I wish they'd just switch to sunflower oil for everything... lol
  6. C. Logan

    New Compliant Meat at Chipotle!

    Boo! thanks for info.
  7. C. Logan

    New Compliant Meat at Chipotle!

    Hurray! They confirmed, the sulfites are naturally occurring and not added.
  8. C. Logan

    New Compliant Meat at Chipotle!

    Exciting!! I emailed them about the red wine vinegar to make sure it's not containing added sulfites. Probably overkill but I like to know these things.
  9. C. Logan

    "natural fruit sugars"

    But if it's in the *ingredients*, its not compliant, correct? Vita Coco has ingredients: coconut water, less than 1% natural fruit sugar, vitamin C
  10. C. Logan

    Breastmilk?

    I don't appreciate that accusation. The book does not say No.These comments do come up in the FB group. I am a rule follower and am not new to Whole30 but there is discrepancy here. In the future, I will simply refer people to this post if the question arises and let them decide. Thanks for your help.
  11. C. Logan

    Breastmilk?

    That's a very good point. Not me personally. This topic pops up in the FB support groups every once in a while and there seems to be one side saying its okay because it's from their own body and then there's that blurb in the new book but it's a No here. I am on the side that it's for baby, mom doesn't need it for nutrition reasons. I just wanted clarification on why it would now be compliant.
  12. C. Logan

    Breastmilk?

    Kirkor- Makes sense to me but is it compliant? Does it fall under the dairy rules as pointed out above or is it exempt because it comes from mom and doesn't contain the same components that require elimination?
  13. C. Logan

    Breastmilk?

    I have the Kindle, so I'm not sure on the page #.. Its in the text under "you've got questions, we've got answers" in Part 2 section. "Can I use milk in my coffee if it’s my own breast milk? (This is an actual thing that actually happened, and yes, you may, but your husband may not.)"
  14. C. Logan

    Breastmilk?

    The book says yes, the mother can consume in a little blurb, but its "No" here? If it is yes, why the change? I'd just like to know the supporting argument.