Hannlib

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  1. Hannlib

    Help! Resources in the UK

    Yep. Just drink water. I actually really like a variety of herbal teas but I haven't really had a milky brew since my first w30 in May 2014. I thought it'd be the first thing I went back to, but it wasn't as good as I remembered. And I feel better when I don't consume dairy. So yep. Stick with the water. If you want to investigate herbal tea my current favourites are earl grey rooibos, Taylor's sweet rhubarb, a pukka herbal chai and twinings lime and ginger.
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    Help! Resources in the UK

    I get smoked salmon and smoked bacon from lidl.
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    Help! Resources in the UK

    Good spot! On the gf sausages page it lists as vegetable flakes but on the gf chipolata page this is specified as pea flakes. Disappointing, Abel & Cole.
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    Help! Resources in the UK

    The Debbie & Andrew ones aren't compliant, sulphites are strictly disallowed in the whole 30 rules. I too make my own just with minced meat and various seasonings (no casing) but you can buy compliant ones from Abel and Cole online.
  5. Hannlib

    Help! Resources in the UK

    The trickiest thing I've struggled to find compliant here is mustard, especially dijon. The Co-op do a compliant dijon and wholegrain mustard but they are the only ones I've found. The Waitrose Cook's ingredients coconut milk (with a blue label) is the best flavoured of all the compliant coconut milks (some are compliant but have the carboxy methyl cellulose in which I think tastes icky). Morrisons also do compliant coconut milk pouches - own brand. I buy coconut aminos on Amazon. I do most of my shopping in Lidl and get compliant smoked salmon and bacon there - just the basic stuff. They also do a proscuitto style ham which is compliant. Fruit/ veg/ raw meats are all great and as others have said compliant tinned tomatoes, passata, puree as well as fish - tuna, salmon, sardines etc are very easy to find anywhere. Tesco do some compliant cornichons/ gherkins. Olives are easy to find. Mattheson's smoked pork sausage is compliant. I was astounded by this as it's always been seen as emergency/ camping/ barely food. But it is compliant, if not exactly the most organic grass reared protein source on earth. It is also shelf stable and doesn't need to be refrigerated. It's filling protein and good in a pinch.
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    Let's talk (non-traditional) breakfasts

    This morning I had a quick version of the paleomg buffalo chicken 'pasta'. Fried some already chopped onions, added zoodles, already cooked chicken and some carrot strips made with my peeler. Heated it all, dumped mayo and Frank's on top, heated it more. Utterly delicious.
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    Let's talk (non-traditional) breakfasts

    Curry for breakfast today! the grilled chicken in curry sauce from the w30 book (oven baked not grilled). With green beans, cauli rice and cocoa toasted cauliflower. All leftovers, all delicious. I'm sad it's gone.
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    Let's talk (non-traditional) breakfasts

    A rare eggless breakfast for me - chicken meatballs, zoodles and baba ganoush. I took a photo but don't know how to embed it.
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    Let's talk (non-traditional) breakfasts

    Melissa's chicken and apple hash today. Again I added an entirely optional egg. I do love eggs.
  10. Hannlib

    Let's talk (non-traditional) breakfasts

    How I love those Elvis burgers. On this week's menu I think.
  11. Hannlib

    Let's talk (non-traditional) breakfasts

    Leftovers this morning. Fiesta pork chops, cauliflower rice, green beans.
  12. Hannlib

    Let's talk (non-traditional) breakfasts

    This morning I've got leftover chicken meatballs, green beans, spinach and pesto (meatballs and pesto recipes from the new w30 book). I did have a couple of fried eggs with mine, because I really like eggs, but it would have been just as delicious without.
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    Alternatives to cauliflower rice

    My husband doesn't get on at all with cauliflower so I don't cook it. With saucy type stuff we have zoodles, mashed sweet potato or just a big bed of sauteed greens.