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  1. Wellshire Farms Sugar Free Paleo Bacon at Whole Foods (Hyde Park Chicago) @ $5.99 for 8 oz. super yummy!!!
  2. Hello, I'm preparing to start the program in a couple of weeks and browsing through recipes, I have seen bacon and sausage incorporated into many breakfast options. I'm still working on finishing the book and I've decided to do the Whole30 program in order to be proactive with my autoimmune diagnosis. Aren't these proteins considered "processed meats"? And I can make my own chicken or turkey sausage, but the bacon throws me off a bit, even if I'm buying the "no preservatives, nitrates, nitrites version". I've just been doing a lot of reading regarding low-grade inflammation, which state that these foods may be irritating. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks, Christine
  3. emmyriley

    W30 Bacon

    I bought some W30 approved bacon (had the W30 stamp on the package!). I was so excited to try it, because last time I did Whole 30, I couldn't find any of the approved bacon anywhere. So I cooked the bacon up this morning for breakfast, tried it, and it tasted like it was drenched in salt. Anyone else experience this with W30 approved bacon, or is this just the one I got? Don't want to buy more bacon if all of the W30 approved bacons are going to be like this. Thanks!
  4. Hey there, I found a bacon without nitrates and bought some but I am now not 100% sure if it is Whole30 compliant. It's the Finnebrogue Naked Smoked Streaky Bacon that is available in the UK. The ingredients are as follows: British Pork (87%), Water, Salt, Natural Flavouring, Smoke Flavouring What I am unsure about is the Smoke Flavouring. The sugar content for 100gr is given as >0.5gr which is the same as on the unsmoked which doesn't have the flavouring Is this compliant? Thanks in advance!
  5. Hi Can I eat dehydrated tomatoes or can I dehydrate them myself? I really like smoking meat. Bacon, ham, pastrami, ribs, pulled pork. As long as I use organic meat and portion control, is this ok? Jason
  6. Hi. I'm in Vancouver and need help to find compliant non-pork meats. Chicken/Turkey/Beef only please. Looking for easy to cook sausages, hot dogs, bacon, whatever. Please help!!
  7. Xandra

    Baking bacon

    Discovered my new favorite way to prepare bacon, by baking the entire package at once! Keeps my stovetop free and then I have bacon cooked for the week. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a rimmed (important, to contain the grease) large baking sheet with foil. Lay bacon slices on sheet. Bake 15 to 20 minutes, and check for desired crispness. Some people like to put the bacon slices on a cooling rack set on the baking sheet, to keep the bacon out of the grease while it cooks.
  8. Hi Guys, I have been craving bacon and finally found something that is approved via the app. However someone mentioned that it was not approved due to sulfates, sulfates or nitrates/nitrites. I am attaching the images of the bacon with the app results. Thoughts on this?
  9. Hello! I am on Day 15 and all of the cooking (+ chopping + food shopping) is wearing me down. I'm looking for more pre-packaged compliant food options at Costco, TJ's and Sprouts. I've dug up many Whole30 shopping lists, but some are several years old. I go hunting for the items, only to find that they are no longer stocked at Costco/TJ's. Anyone have any go-to suggestions for these stores? Please? Thanks in advance. Costco - Aidell's Chicken Apple Sausage -Aidell's Organic Chicken Basil & Roasted Garlic Meatballs Trader Joe's -Chipotle Lime Chicken Burgers -Turkey Burgers -Simply Mango Slices Sprouts -Yai's Thai Curry -Rao's Pasta Sauce -Paleo Bacon