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Please can someone help me find a compliant brand of olives?! I love love love olives and would most likely eat them as my "fat" portion with most meals however I can't seem to find any that don't include a bunch of ingredients. I have Unico Stuffed Manzanilla in my fridge right now but I don't know if I can eat them. Here are the ingredients: Olives, Water, Salt, Minced Pimento, Lactic Acid, Sodium Alginate, Guar Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Calcium Chrloide (this was the ingredient I really wasn't sure of), Citric Acid. Since I don't recognize a lot of those, I've been trying to use the "when in doubt, leave it out" rule however I'm having trouble finding a fat source to go with every meal and since I love olives, it'd be awesome if I could have them. If anyone could help, that'd be amazing. I'm in Ontario, Canada by the way.
Hi there. I wasn't planning on visiting restaurants during my Whole30 but forgot about my colleague's retirement lunch. I just checked the menu, and these are the only complaint foods I see. Are there any potential flags (like a hidden ingredient I should watch out for?) Olive Miste $8 Mixed Italian olives, served warm Verde $8 Organic spring mix, herbs with balsamic vinaigrette (Is there perhaps sugar in the dressing?) Garden $9 Organic spring mix, cherry-tomato, cucumber with balsamic vinaigrette For protein, can I just eat a boiled egg en route or on the way home? Barb