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  1. “Pancakes”

    Getting ready to start my first Whole30 and I really love to eat scrambled eggs with mashed banana and cinnamon that I cook in coconut oil. It’s the same ingredients that you would make paleo pancakes out of but I never liked those or regular pancakes. I top the eggs with almond butter usually or sometimes blueberries. So is this ok, sex with your pants on or a complete no go? Thank you!
  2. SWYPO question

    I was catching up with my Whole30 Daily the other day, as I fell behind, and had a question. One of the newsletter had recipes with cauliflower rice, and zoodles, which I've seen around before. This time, however, I wondered: Why is compliant pancakes (egg+banana) not allowed, but recreating other foods, such as rice or noodles is ok?
  3. Okay. So I get that regular pancakes are out - no-brainer. But why no banana/egg pancakes? Although pancakes aren't something that I normally eat anyway, during my search for how to eat my eggs in groovy new cool ways I came across the banana/egg recipe and thought that would be a wonderful new egg delivery system. Through further browsing I learned it's not okay. But why?
  4. Hi all! Before you create a new can I have, take a peek at this list we've compiled of the most common "Can I Have" questions!