kirbz

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  1. I find that spiralized sweet potato soaks up sauces well. I made this lo mein recipe (https://www.paleorunningmomma.com/paleo-pork-lo-mein-whole30/) and thought the sauces soaked up into the sweet potato noodles quite well! Especially when I made the "noodles" a little bit larger!
  2. I would consider an electrolyte supplement such as LMNT (unflavored) or Hi Lyte. You can find both on Amazon. You may also want to consider a fruit juice during your matches (see this article https://whole30.com/2019/02/whole30-pre-workout-post-workout/). I would also ensure you are eating lots of starchy, carb-dense vegetables. I am highly active in the outdoors and it's not uncommon for me to eat starchy vegetables with nearly every meal. Of course, I also just LOVE me some potatoes! But that's how I feel best! I buy baby food packets and take them with me on hikes. I love the Happy Fa
  3. Also, I assume you're referring to RealPlans? I believe it will have a vegetarian option, but that would be for a traditional vegetarian and would include grains and dairy and other items likely not recommended for you. I don't think it would have a Whole30 vegetarian recipe section.
  4. Here are some helpful resources for a vegetarian: Shopping List: https://whole30.com/downloads/book-shopping-list-veg.pdf Whole30 for Vegetarians and Vegans: https://whole30.com/veg-whole30/ Success Story: https://whole30.com/vegetarian-whole30/
  5. For what it's worth, I've completed five Whole30s and rarely had nuts and maybe had sunflower seeds once. You can certainly do this without them! Good luck! The one tip I'll share is that many pre-made salad dressing are made with sunflower oil. So, if you are in the market for dressing you can buy, check out Primal Kitchen or The New Primal. Theirs are all made with avocado oil. Tessemae's and Whole30 brand are made with sunflower oil.
  6. @TheresaAnn I understand your frustration finding non-compliant ingredients in foods you would never suspect of having any. If there's anything I've learned over the course of five rounds of Whole30, it's to read my labels. Every. Single. Time. Even for foods I've purchased a hundred times. Food manufacturers put so much garbage in our food. It's ridiculous. I'm not sure what "Whole Foods order online and pickup" is but I would be wary of trusting any source other than yourself for compliance. Check every label and every list of ingredients yourself. There are a lot of people and a lot o
  7. I tend to have russet or sweet potato at almost every meal. As Shannon alluded to, I do have to be mindful to eat additional vegetables because it's really easy to just have meat and potatoes. But I feel best when I have the extra carbs associated with those starchy vegetables as I'm very active.
  8. I don't believe there is a compliant pre-made worcestershire sauce out there. However, there are recipes to make your own. Here's one: https://iheartumami.com/paleo-worcestershire-sauce-hamburger-steak/ (though please note that I have not tried it). Best of luck! I hope you find something you like!
  9. I also despise zucchini noodles, but LOVE me some spaghetti squash! Have you tried that? If you're looking for some sort of vegetable base for a meaty sauce, I'd highly recommend trying that. I also love sweet potato noodles. If you're interested here are some recipes I love that use vegetables as noodles: Pork Lo Mein with Sweet Potato Noodles: https://www.paleorunningmomma.com/paleo-pork-lo-mein-whole30/ Chicken Alfredo with Spaghetti Squash: https://www.paleorunningmomma.com/paleo-chicken-alfredo-with-spaghetti-squash-whole30/
  10. I'm also currently shoveling cucumbers with heaping piles of tzatziki in my mouth right now. It is creamy and delicious. Here's the recipe (note that the other foods are not Whole30 compliant, but the tzatziki is compliant): https://www.penguin.com.au/recipes/2096-durga-warrior-goddess-bowl-with-herbal-cashew-tzatziki.
  11. I love me some creamy soups! I make double batches of these two soups and keep individual-serving-size jars frozen in the freezer. I love eating them for breakfast because it's a great way for me to eat veggies early in the morning but they would hopefully satisfy your creamy-texture-cravings quite well! Sweet Potato Soup: https://meljoulwan.com/2013/01/02/paleo-sweet-potato-soup/ Golden Cauliflower Soup: https://meljoulwan.com/2012/10/24/golden-cauliflower-soup/
  12. One thing that immediately jumps out is that it looks like you are consuming a lot of nuts, which are known to sometimes cause digestive distress. The recommendation for nuts is a closed handful every couple of days. It sounds like you are having multiple servings each day. Since they commonly cause digestive upset in a lot of people, perhaps that is the culprit? Other items that can cause upset are raw vegetables and cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts). For any of these (nuts, raw vegetables, and crruciferous vegetables), are you consuming a significantly dif
  13. You're not alone! Days 10 and 11 are typically known as "The Hardest Days." Here's the Whole30 Timeline, which is a general timeline based on what most people tend to feel throughout the program: https://whole30.com/revised-timeline/. Hang in there and best wishes to you!
  14. Aw you're welcome! I truly wish you the very best! And I'm glad you loved the Wild Zora meals! I also love them! The Chicken Caldera Curry is my favorite and I can eat it for two meals a day! LOL. And yes to the veggies!
  15. My first reaction is to tell you to trust your body to answer this question! I realize this is a departure from traditional diet culture where there's supposed to be a one-size-fits-all answer. What I love most about Whole30 is that it's a personal experiment. It acknowledges that everyone is different and tasks you to know your own body and figure it out for yourself. So, how does a meal that size make you feel? Does it keep you full for 4-5 hours between meals? Do you feel lethargic or overly full after a meal that size? Do you feel energized? If your body is having a good reaction, then it'