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  1. Lady P

    Asparagus Onions Garlic

    Hi guys, just st read the book and excited to start but some of the foods on page 155 are greyed out on the whole30 shopping list - I’m confused - please help - thank you
  2. bgoldenjr

    Need help with this dish

    I watched this short video and made this dish tonight. It is ground beef, sweet potato, onion, and asparagus. I pre-steamed my sweet potatoes for 3 minutes and my asparagus for 1 minute. That all went pretty well. The beef is lean, grass-fed/finished. I am looking for wisdom from you more experienced Whole30 chefs. I didn't add any seasoning to this and it had flavor, but I want to add more flavor without adding salt. I put a tiny pinch of nutmeg into my 2nd helping and that was ok. Any ideas as to how to kick it up a notch, besides pepper or garlic? I also felt this was all too dry. We drizzled some EV olive oil on it and that helped a bit. Afraid to put too much on it. We talked about just adding water and making it more soup-like. Any thoughts on this? Thanks! -Bill