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  1. Canned smoked mussels

    Hi! are we allowed to eat canned smoked mussels?
  2. I've been seeing a lot of Whole30 recipes that include banana peppers. Yum! Went to the store and read not one or two, but about a zillion different banana pepper labels. They all include additional ingredients, but are the additional ingredients going to ruin the jar of banana peppers for the Whole30? Advice? Ingredients: Banana Peppers, Water, Distilled Vinegar, Sea Salt, Calcium Chloride, Sodium Bisulfite (added as a color stabilizer), Natural Flavors, FD&C Yellow #5 Yes, it would be awesome if there was a jar containing ONLY banana peppers, water, and vinegar, but will these added ingredients technically make it not Whole30 approved? (Mezzetta Brand from a local grocery store)
  3. "Aqueous Natural Smoke"

    Hubby had bought a box of Wild Planet's wild caught sardines from Costco a few weeks ago instead of his normal anchovies (no question on compliance with those: anchovies, olive oil, salt). The final ingredient in the sardines is "aqueous natural smoke." Searched the forums and couldn't find anything on this ingredient being compliant or not. Thoughts? He hasn't started his Whole30 yet and I won't eat these anyway (tiny whole fishies are not my thing), but he's wondering if he should eat them before he starts his month. Thanks!
  4. Canned Food with Fine Print

    While trying a make some of the suggested meals that is kindly offered for free by Whole30, I've come across some ingredients that aren't allowed. Example: I'd like to make the "Mexican" chicken recipe, which calls for one 4 oz can of diced green chilies. Every can I've found also contains salt, citric acid, and calcium chloride in the ingredient list. Does this mean I cannot use canned diced chilies?
  5. Canned crab meat

    Hello I am new to the whole30, just going to start and I wanted to know if the following ingredients are allowed (I searched and found nothing on them) Sodium Acid Pyrophoshate Calcium Disodium EDTA Citric Acid Sodium Metabisulphite Also is there alist anywhere of the prohibited "chemically named" ingredients that I can look at? or a guide on how to read labels? thank you in advance