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  1. So on day 31 there is a restaurant I'm going to that serves homemade fries. They are made in soybean oil and their chicken is cooked in a combination of oils including corn oil. I was wondering what kind of food group am I reintroducing here? Is it legumes? If I'm eating fries, does that mean I can eat any kind of fries? (say if I had hash browns or heated up some frozen fries for lunch or fast food fries, etc..)
  2. Heidi Lauren

    Mayo Fail :(

    I just made my mayo.. but missed the part where it said NOT to use Extra Virgin Olive Oil... My mayo is surprisingly very good looking and impressively emulsified for my first time... but I'm not sure if we'll actually be able to stand the taste... Is there any way to fix it without losing the whole batch?!
  3. amywhole30s

    The oils...

    Are certain oils BIG no-nos? I am feeling really great on day 8 but I noticed that my nuts mix has peanut oil as the last ingredient I also noticed my sunflower seeds have soybean oil (which I'm guessing is probably the big no-no?) I've had maybe the equivalent of a 1/4 cup over 8 days here. I cook with coconut and olive oil.
  4. Hi all, My first whole 30 went so well I am starting back after a tough week of travel for work. I like to make my own O&V dressing (compliant of course) and unfortunately cannot figure out what to use and where to buy a container that allows me to use it multiple times. Im looking for something that can be shaken vigorously, stored out or in the fridge and used multi days on my daily lunch salad. I use a lot of a product called Lock & Lock for all my veggies, salad mix and other items but the one they had for liquids didn't hold a good seal where the dressing came out of, so.... Thoughts? Thanks in advance. Much love Don.
  5. High Oilec Organic Sunflower or Safflower Oil. Friend or Foe? I'm confused. The Whole30 list of "Can I haves" says limit these two oils to dining out. The It All Starts With Food book is really tough on both oils. The Mayo recipe on this site says these can be used (or light olive oil). What gives? Are these okay or avoid foods? Thanks.
  6. alauritson

    Cashews with Peanut Oil

    We're allowed to have Cashews, but I haven't found any that don't also include some type of oil in the ingredient list. Thoughts? Example from Essential Everyday brand of Cashews: Ingredient List: Cashews, Vegetable Oil (Peanut, Cotton Seed, Soybean and/or Sunflower Seed), Sea Salt. Example from Costco brand of Cashews: Ingredient List: Cashews, Peanut Oil, Sea Salt. Does this make the Cashews not allowed?
  7. Ok, so today is the last day of my whole30. Except, as I was eating my first meal today, I happened to notice that the ingredient label of the cinnamon I have been using this entire time includes hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil! So annoyed. I wouldn't be so worried, but I do use cinnamon frequently. What do you recommend I do? Restart the whole30 again at some point? Or is it possible to do some of the reintroduction first?
  8. aliciadunn

    Can I Have... Almond Oil

    Presented with minimal comment. Can I have this? Has anyone used it? Spectrum Naturals Almond Oil Description Spectrum Naturals® Almond Oil Refined for High Heat Kosher Almonds have long been hailed for their high content of monounsaturated fat. We coax out the almond's oil by expeller pressing and gently refine it using natural methods to create a clean, fresh oil perfect for smoothing on skin, blending custom massage oils, or for high heat cooking in the kitchen. A high heat cooking oil rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats with a pure, clean flavor. Spectrum Naturals Almond Oil Directions Refrigerate after opening. Nutrient Facts Serving Size: 1 tbsp. Servings per Container: 32 Amount Per Serving % Daily Value Calories 120 Calories from Fat 120 Total Fat 14 g 22% Saturated Fat 1 g 6% Trans Fat 0 g * Polyunsaturated Fat 4 g * Monounsaturated Fat 9 g * Cholesterol 0 mg 0% Sodium 0 mg 0% Total Carbohydrates 0 g 0% Protein Not a significant source of dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium or iron. 0 g * *Daily value not established. Other Ingredients: 100% mechanically (expeller) pressed naturally refined almond oil.
  9. kaiser179

    Cooking Oils/Fats

    I can't always find what I am looking for locally, but I have found a couple of nice online sources for cooking fats/oils Here is a site I just found that has pretty good prices and free shipping on orders over $25. I am interested in the avocado oil and hazelnut oil. http://latourangelle.com/index.php/oils.html Also, I have purchased tallow and duck fat through FatWorks facebook page, and I have been very impressed with the quality of their products. https://www.facebook.com/fatworks?ref=ts&fref=ts
  10. I am preparing to start my first Whole30. I prepare my own "oil and vinegar" salad dressing using canola oil, vinegar and seasonings. I like canola because it just adds an oiliness but not a flavor of its own, which lets the spices stand out. I do not like the taste of olive oil. I haven't tried other oils like sunflower oil and hesitate to buy a whole bottle and have to throw it away. Is canola oil prohibited during the Whole30? If so are any of the "allowed" oils more bland than olive oil? I'd enjoy hearing others' opinions.
  11. tanis

    Rice bran oil

    I bought some cashews at trader joes, I didn't look at the ingredients until I got home...it has rice bran oil. Anyone know what that is and is it compliant?