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Was wondering if Whole Foods brand, 365 Everyday Value, creamy almond butter is approved to eat it every now and then? It is not the organic one. And it is “produced in a facility that processes peanuts”. Thanks for any help/answers!
Hi everyone, I recently purchased NESCAFÉ GOLD Espresso Instant Coffee and there was no ingredients label on it. So I went on their website and it mentions 'with crema'. I know diary is not whole30 compliant but I am seriously confused as to how there is crema in an instant coffee powder...so I'm guessing I shouldn't use this instant coffee or is it okay? Thanks in advance for your help
Welcome all newcomers, welcome back vets, and for those of you who never left...welcome to this post. I just wanted to pop in here and remind you all to take a deep breath before you dive into all the questions about what you can and can't have. The program guidelines are clear on what you can and can't have (grains, dairy, W30 muffins), but things get a little grey when people start talking about what you should and shouldn't have. Please don't over think think this. You don't have to address every food related issue you have, break every bad habit, and shun every food that gives you comfo