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    Coffee and coconut milk

    Found the coconut milk at the Superstore near me. Awesome!! And thanks for the tips on the Freden sausages. I'll have to check them out. I have been looking for compliant sausages everywhere I go and could never find any. I thought for sure they were a thing of legends.
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    Coffee and coconut milk

    What brand is that? I used to buy the brand that Costco sold, but it had carrageenan in it so I stopped buying it a long time ago and hadn't looked at any other brands assuming they were all the same.
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    Yup, I second that mason jar, immersion blender, dump and blend technique... perfect every time. On a side note, I am also a Costco egg girl lol.
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    food dehydrators?

    I have only dehydrated bananas once.... and never again for that reason alone. I became a woman possessed. Pineapple is another one that I don't do for that reason as well. I only do the fruits that I know I won't go crazy with. Apples, blueberries and cranberries are pretty safe around me.
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    food dehydrators?

    You could do it either way based upon your preference. If you like them a little softer like fruit leather you could cut them a little thicker and dehydrate them for a shorter period, but I find them too chewy this way. I do them that way when I make treats for my dogs (it keeps them busy chewing for awhile . I like to dehydrate them into a more chip-like texture. I just use the food processor blade to slice them thin, rub a little oil and salt and then dehydrate. Also kale is unbelievable in the dehydrator. A little coconut oil and salt massaged onto the leaves and dehydrate..... delicious. Oh and blueberries.... so good. There are so many things you can do in the dehydrator.
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    food dehydrators?

    I have the Nesco American Harvest Gardenmaster Pro and it works great. (bought for approx $90) I make my own jerky (with the jerky gun and ground beef/turkey/pork) and it turns out awesome. I wouldn't be using the spice blends that come with the gun and that can be bought separately though as they contain ingredients that are not Whole30 compliant. But there are lots of compliant recipes you can use out there to season your jerky. I also do sweet potatoes a lot and apples are great. Zucchini, beets, the possibilities are endless. I also just started dehydrating cranberries as I have had a problem finding them that don't contain added sugar.