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  1. V.G. Clairisch

    Best chicken sausage

    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.
  2. I tried to search and have come up with nothing. I hope I'm not being repetitive: I'm new to this forum and be to Whole 30. I'd really like to try it, but I'm nervous that my food allergies will be too limiting. I can eat anything cooked but am allergic to the following fruit, veggies and nuts when eaten raw: -apples -carrots -peaches -plums -celery -almonds -apricots -cherries -pears There may be others I simply haven't encountered or reacted to yet. Has anyone had experience with this? I always struggle with healthy grab-and-go options without things like apples, celery, carrots and almonds... I guess maybe I'm just looking for encouragement, especially from someone who's been through it and been successful! Any ideas or tips would also be helpful. Thanks.