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Hi! So here's the thing, I have never liked mayo. When I started my whole30, I thought it was just because store-bought mayo sucked, but even the home-made stuff makes me gag... It may just be a psychological thing but I just can't enjoy any creamy sauces made with mayo which sucks because it would be a nice neutral substitute for coconut milk in creamy recipes or to moisten 'protein salads'. If anyone has any substitution suggestions please let me know!
TobiaV posted a topic in Food, Drink and CondimentsI used a couple of tablespoons of basil out of a tube on turkey bolognese on Day 22 and 23 then read ingredient list and discovered dextrose and whey. Start over, quit or keep going?
Hi there- I recently bought a container of Chosen Foods Avocado Oil Mayo. I read all the ingredients comparing them to the other options on the shelf, and I decided to buy it. Now I have recently downloaded the whole30 scanner app, and I was just hanging out in my fridge scanning things and scanned the mayo. IT came up as not approved because it contains honey, and I started to freak out. I reread the ingredients, and honey is not listed on my jar. I am freaking out now because everywhere online says this mayo contains honey BUT IT'S NOT LISTED ON MY JAR!!! I went to WholeFoods and looked at their jar's ingredients, and again no honey. Please advise, I want to trust the labels on my jar and not go spend another ten dollars! I am awaiting an immersion blender so then I can just make my own, but for now I just want to eat my Curry Tuna Salad!!! Thank you!
Before you post a question that starts with, "Can I have (insert food/drink/condiment here)," please follow these quick steps. 1. Read this article, where we summarize the most common "Can I have" questions and answers! http://whole30.com/2013/06/the-official-can-i-have-guide-to-the-whole30/ If your food or beverage isn't listed there, then... 2. Search this forum! (Google is the easiest way, simply google 'whole30 + item') Chances are, someone has asked the question before. If not... 3. Post your question here, making sure the subject line includes the item in question. (Ex: subject, "Can I have kombucha?") (Include as much detail in your post including ingredients you would like to check as possible) Thanks for participating - and best of luck on your Whole30! Melissa, Dallas and the Whole9 team