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  1. With Vanilla Extract and Other Botanical Extracts now being allowed on Whole30, does that include Almond Extract? I found a post form 2017 saying it was not allowed, but I believe that was before this rule change. Thanks!
  2. Hi Community, I'm on day 4 of the Whole30. It's been ok. I'm definitely tired, but I was tired before because of the sugar spike and drops for my previous carb and sugar heavy diet. Based on the my co-worker's experiences, the book, and looking at some of the comments of the forum this is to be expected. I'm a big grazer so I'm stuggling with trying not to snack and failing miserably. Also I had the vertical sleeve about 6 1/2 years ago. I still have great restriction so I struggle with trying to get a sizable amount of fat, carb, and protein at every meal. But I figured, it's better to eat smaller portions of each so that I have a fat, carb, and protein at each meal that not to have one of these macro nutrients at every meal. But because I'm not able to each much at 1 time, I'm finding I'm hungry again within in 1-2 hours of eating. Again I don't know if this is my bad habit I've developed with snacking and grazing all day through the years or if I'm really just hungry because I can't consume enough nutrients at any given meal. I also need clarification on the following: 1) I have been snacking on Whole30 approved foods. Today I grazed more than I did in the first 3 days which concerns me. But I haven't made it through a day yet without snacking. Any ideas? 2) If you need an emergency snack on the run, do nut butter on the go pack count as just a fat or is it complete mini meal in that it contains fat, carb, and protein? I think I read somewhere that if you do snack try and make sure you have representation of at least 2 of the macro groups. Just wondering if I would need to eat something else in addition to nut butter packet. 3) If I'm eating say a green salad with Whole30 approved Prime Kitchen Avocado ranch dressing, half an avocado, and a protein cooked in olive oil for a meal, does that mean I can't have the avocado as my fat for the meal if I cooked my protein in olive oil? Does the salad dressing also count as a fat? Just tyring to figure out if I should be counting condiments as a fat too? 4) One day I had 1 egg cooked with maybe 1/2 tablespoon of ghee (spinach, onions, sun-dried tomatoes, and nut cheese), 1/2 avocado, 2 pieces of bacon, and maybe 3 ounces of almond milk. Again with my restriction from the surgery, this was alot for me to eat. And really, I shouldn't drink and eat at the same time since this can reduce restriction and stretch your stomach which can allow you to eat more over time, limit the nutrition you can get in during a meal, and promote grazing following weight loss surgery. Does the almond milk count as a fat or is that simply considered my compliant beverage of choice? The ghee and the avocado are both considered fats on the plan. Can you eat multiple fats in a meal? Or is it ok to have them both in a meal as long as I don't exceed the total recommended amount of fat portions per meal. Since the book says per meal: 1/2- to a whole avocado or 1-2 tablespoons of cooking fat, I figured I didn't exceed the total fat allowance per meal. I would appreciate any guidance you can give. Thanks
  3. In reading the original rules I recalled it said it was ok to buy minimally processed packaged foods like tomatoes and broths. I purchased the Pacific Brand Beef Broth and didn't notice until later (my bad!) that it contains a small amount of "autolyzed yeast extract" and says on the label it is gluten free. Otherwise the rest of the ingredients are approved. My gut tells me not to eat this as I don't know exactly what that stuff is, though others have posted that guar gum in coconut milk is ok, even though that is technically not a whole food either. Any suggestions??
  4. Pasteles are one of the delicacies found in Puerto Rican homes. It is traditional food that is a treasure in a Puerto Rican food desert that is Oklahoma. I get them from my dad for Christmas. A pastele is basically a protein, some olives, and a few other ingredients that are stuffed inside a mix of plantains and yautìa, which is a corm or tuber type vegetable (?). There is also Adobo (seasoning) and sofrito (which I know is already compliant in of itself when it is homemade.) I also wonder if the seasoning Sazón is compliant. Thank you for your time.
  5. markowskihayley

    WaWa Whole 30

    Going out of town for the weekend and brought some foods with me but I know we will be probably stopping at a WaWa, what can I eat there? Is there anything I can actually order off the menu or should I just stick to some almonds, fruit cup, veggies, etc. ? Thanks!
  6. Hi all! Before you create a new can I have, take a peek at this list we've compiled of the most common "Can I Have" questions! http://whole30.com/2013/06/the-official-can-i-have-guide-to-the-whole30/