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  1. Hi there! I desperately need to know which almond milks everyone uses and I am allergic to coconut and soooooo many things have coconut in them, any ideas on what I can use to supplement coconut aminos? thanks!
  2. Hi all! I have a couple questions and would be interested to hear your opinions. I am currently on Day 22. Everything was going quite well until last week, when I went abroad to visit a friend. I packed five 100ml bottles of my almond milk (they didn't have it in Poland, where I was going) and had my usual chia seed/fruit & nut breakfasts. I cooked for myself quite often, buying my own stuff, including salami that didn't have an ingredients list on the back. At the time I thought it would mean that it was just pure ingredients (in retrospect, it was a stupid assumption). Anyway, I had about six slices of it the first night I bought it and felt fine. But the second day, I made roast potatoes in the oven and garnished them with cut up pieces of another six slices of salami and my stomach felt like it was on fire. It was very uncomfortable, almost like I had a brick in my stomach. I felt very bloated for the next two days and didn't really have an appetite. I'm wondering if it's from the potatoes and just generally from overeating quite heavy things or if you think it's from the salami. It surprises me that it was only the second time I had it that I felt bad. I also wonder what could have been in it to make me feel so bloated? I am choosing to write this now because I just had Ecomil sugar-free almond milk at a coffeeshop and, within the hour, I had diarrhea and stomach pains. Very intense! I just looked at the ingredients list and it is as follows: Water, almond (7%)*, tapioca starch*, natural almond flavouring* (*from organic farming). I am guessing that it is from the tapioca starch. What does this say about what I am allergic to? I'm annoyed at myself for messing up but I also am not going to start again because I feel like if I am having such intense reactions to quite small quantities of these foods, then I am probably going to be able to figure out what bothers my body during the re-introduction phase in 8 days. Let me know what you think! Thank you!
  3. bkaila01

    Blue Diamond- Almond Breeze

    Good morning all, I was wondering if someone could take a look at the ingredient list for this almond milk and let me know if it is approved? I didn't see anything "bad" in the list, but I am new to the program and trying to figure out what I can and cannot have. I like this in my coffee. Please help Thank you
  4. Hi All! My other post about this seems to have an error.... but, I'm starting the whole 30 today (yayyy!) and I'm wondering about almond milk. I already make my own - 4 cups of water, 1 cup of almonds, 2 dates and 1 tablespoon of honey. I know the honey can't go in during the whole 30, but what about the dates? I'm not using them to replace sugar, because I've never added sugar before.... just want to make sure I'm following the rules on dates correctly!
  5. Pickglen

    Almond Milk?

    Recently my wife came home with a carton of almond milk because Whole Foods was out of coconut milk. I noticed it was a better option to have in my coffee and I like the taste and thickness better then coconut milk. Is almond milk within the Whole30 rules?
  6. One of my favorite parts of doing a Whole30 is that I get really inspired to make things I've never made before. This is my third Whole30 and I just made homemade almond milk for the very first time. I don't drink it by itself and I prefer my coffee black. So, now I have a mason jar full of almond milk and I have no idea what to do with it! Any suggestions? I'm thinking of adding it into a soup, maybe?
  7. I just found a new article about Horizon and Silk milk removing Carrageenan from their milk's ingredients. You can read the full article, here: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/whitewave-remove-ingredient-horizon-silk-25042264 I checked their website and found the original Silk Almondmilk ingredient which read: INGREDIENTS: Almondmilk (Filtered Water, Almonds), Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Locust Bean Gum, Sunflower Lecithin, Gellan Gum. VITAMINS & MINERALS: Calcium Carbonate, Vitamin E Acetate, Zinc Gluconate, Vitamin A Palmitate, Riboflavin (B2), Vitamin B12, Vitamin D2. Is this milk now Whole30 compliant ? Crossing my fingers
  8. ShaydeyMyst

    Almond Milk

    I am trying to find an almond milk that is okay to consume while on Whole30. The best option I can find at my local store is Silk PureAlmond Unsweetened Original All Natural Almond Milk. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Silk-PureAlmond-Unsweetened-Original-All-Natural-Almondmilk-32-fl-oz-Pack-of-6/33655423#Ingredients After reviewing the ingredients, I think they are all compliant, but I am not sure about the "Sunflower Lecithin". Is it okay to have?
  9. I am on Day 3 of my Whole30. I am an avid coffee drinker and like it sweet, so this has been one of the most challengings parts of this journey so far. I tried the canned coconit milk in my coffee on day 1, with a little but of cacao, but it is just not tasting good to me! I am used to putting dark chocolate almoind milk in my coffee, and wondered if anyone had a recipe for a compiant homemade chocolate almond milk, or any other ideas. I would almost rather not drink coffee at all unless I can find a way to make it taste good. Thanks in advance for any ideas!
  10. Ellen Kelly

    Unsweetend almond milk?

    Here are the ingredients for Silk Pure Almond Milk (Unsweetened): INGREDIENTS: Almondmilk (Filtered Water, Almonds), Sea Salt, Locust Bean Gum, Sunflower Lecithin, Gellan Gum, Natural Flavor. I saw that we are not allowed to have carageenan, MSG or sulfites.... but Silk Pure Almond Milke (Unsweetened) has Sunflower Lecithin and it says the product is free of dairy, soy, gluten, lactose, cholesterol, eggs, casein, MSG and worries. Is it approved as something we can drink? Thanks! Ellen http://silk.com/prod...inal-almondmilk
  11. Well, I am pretty sure I know the answer to this but here goes anyway. I just discovered making almond milk. I refused to buy it because there is no reason to buy something processed and packaged when I can easily make it at home. My conundrum? It really nicely adds the creaminess of milk to my tea and a hint of sweetness from ground dates in the recipe. Now, I don't feel that my morning tea is a bad thing, in fact with the varying I do between tea and herbals and the additions of spices, I think it's a good thing. However, I have been sorely missing the creaminess of milk in it and the coconut milk just hasn't cut it. Am I SWYPO-ing myself into a corner here and falling head first into a dragon trap? Or is it fine to enjoy my cuppa with some creaminess?
  12. esquireou

    Almond Milk

    May you substitute almond milk for coconut milk? I loathe the taste of coconut and was wondering if almond milk is whole30 friendly.