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  1. RXBar has expanded a recall of their products, and now all Whole30-approved flavors are included. The reason is because there may have been peanut contamination. If we ate one of the recalled bar types, do we need to start our program over? I hope not. https://www.rxbar.com/recall https://www.bustle.com/p/rxbar-issued-a-voluntary-recall-of-bars-for-potential-peanut-contamination-heres-which-flavors-are-affected-15829251 Thanks, Emilie
  2. Paulo Coghi

    Can I drink peanut milk?

    Hi, I understand that peanut is not allowed but, since vegetable milks are allowed, I am in doubt if I can (or can't) drink peanut milk. I make it at home, just using water and peanuts, pounding the blender and straining it into a cloth sieve. Thanks!
  3. I have had a large increase in body aches today after peanut butter reintro day yesterday. Is it possible that a spoonful of peanut butter would cause my whole body to be intensely painful? My back is way sore and my shoulder is in constant pain and it is hard to even get up out of a chair much less climb up a hill like I usually do. This feels about the same as I felt before Whole 30, I have not had hardly any pain for 50 days and now I had to go to the chiropractor today. I did do a yoga class yesterday but I do that 3 times a week and practice in between. i did take a short walk on pavement about 2 miles but I do that often. Really?! One spoonful of peanut butter and a little peanut sauce!? I was also very itchy last night when I went to bed and it kept me awake for a while.
  4. 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?
  5. The more I read, the more anxious I get about my kids' foods (I have a ten year old boy and an eight year old girl). I am just dipping my own toes in the Whole30 pool here (day 6), and everything I read just freaks me out more. Especially regarding my son. He has been a picky eater since birth! BF him despite tons of difficulty, but eventually supplemented my pumped milk with some formula. FF ten years, he is one of the smallest in his class, thin (though an acceptable weight). HE would just eat chicken nuggets and goldfish crackers or sweets all the time, but I do get him to eat grilled/sauteed/broiled chicken, occasional piece of fish, sometimes a hamburger or some meatloaf. Small serving of veggies (he'll only accept carrots and green beans; peas and broccoli go down with a gag; that's it). Wait till he's starving doesn't work, never has, he would rather go hungry. Fish is a battle. A bit of pasta or rice is a battle (though now that doesn't seem so bad). Fruit, he'll eat apples and bananas willingly, cantaloupe or pears grudgingly, won't eat any other fruit, not even apple SAUCE. The list of what he won't eat could go on forever. Among the things he will eat endlessly: peanut butter (now bad), and stuff made with soy (Boca Burgers, Boca Chick'n, soy chocolate milk)... I had already been wondering if I should lay off the soy, and after reading all the ISWF and Whole9 stuff the past 2 weeks, I feel like I am poisoning him with estrogens. But these are a few of the FEW foods he eats! I can't just give him chicken every meal! Geez! Going to try to shift him over to Sunbutter. Don't know what I will replace his boca burgers with. That's his go-to dinner when the rest of us are having something "gross" he won't eat. He has always had tons of texture issues too... won't have anything saucy, or combined foods. Mostly likes things that are crisp or crunchy. Though not salad. OMG this kid. Later this year he is turning 11 and I worry about him entering puberty land without enough proper nutrition. My daughter on the other hand, will eat almost anything. SHE loves her pasta. I don't cook pasta much but she will have it at school, grandma and grandpa's (though grandma cooks them Salmon almost every time they eat over), at a restaurant. I encourage her to get something else. She loves salads, sushi, you name it. Also... corn! Never have I read so much bad stuff about corn. Oh for goodness sakes. I don't know if I need to take it down a notch or throw away all the food in my house. Would love some ideas. Seriously,"they'll eat when they're hungry" will not work with my son. He will wait three meals till you throw your hands up and give him some peanut butter waffles and a Z-Bar with a big glass of milk just to get something in him. He seriously doesn't care to eat unless it's A) junk or forced upon him. I wish I could be like that, darn it! ~Jessica
  6. I have been Whole 30'ing for a bit now and wanted to give peanut butter a try. Peanut Butter was once a great go-to smothered on veggies and paired with fruits like apples and bananas. I re-introduced peanut butter into my diet this week and found some nasty after effects. I woke up feeling bloated and moody. I didnt feel as energized as I have been while whole 30'ing. I am interested in others thoughts on peanuts/legumes. Have you introduced them? How does eating peanut butter make you feel? for me...its not worth it. Buh-bye to peanut butter!