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I just wanted to put this out there for anyone who might be desperate to find a really delicious dinner sausage- Aidell's has a chicken and apple dinner sausage that I swear does not taste like chicken and is flavorful and juicy. I am really picky about sausage (being a lover of all kinds) and this stuff, although pricey at $5.29/4 medium size links at the Target here in Iowa, was a godsend to me today. The brand carries other types of meat, but this is the only one that I know for sure is compliant (even some of their other products that are the same flavor have brown sugar in them; this sausage uses fruit juices to sweeten it). I ate it with gobs of plain spinach and it was the best lunch I've had in the week I've been on the challenge.
http://www.aidells.com/products I love Aidells chicken and apple sausage. The ingredients listed in link look good to me but just checking in case I'm missing something. Ant thoughts, concerns would be greatly appreciated!
Hi! I just started the Whole 30 yesterday. My question is regarding compliant foods that still satisfy cravings. Along with many other foods that I crave, crappy processed meats tend to top the list. I love hot dogs, salami, pepperoni, etc., but always have to resist the urge to eat them because I know how terrible they are for me. Since reading the book, I've bought Aidell's Chicken Sausage and Applegate hot dogs. I could eat them daily. But should I? If I'd like to curb the craving of processed meats, should I not buy the sausages even though they are compliant? My head is saying yes, but my taste buds are saying no! Will I still get a good result from doing the Whole 30 even if I'm eating foods that satisfy my cravings?