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  1. Divinebeautyonline

    Starting Sunday June 9th

    Hello! I am new and excited about my reset! I was looking over the shopping list and it just dawned upon me that I can eat potatoes! This will be food freedom! I’d rather have some mashed sweet potatoes or potatoes than dairy any day of the week! My instapot and I are going to be ready!
  2. Shane Peterson

    POTATOES

    So what's the deal with potatoes? I see that they used to not be allowed and now they are. For some reason, when I pan fry up some taters in olive oil and seasoning (quite regularly) I feel like they might not be healthy for me. How much potatoes are too much potatoes? I love sweet potatoes as well, but I seem to have an intolerance to them of some sort. I get really bloated and belchy when I eat them. It does make a difference if I peel them first though, but still. So in turn, any recipe I see with sweet potatoes, I sub potatoes. I probably eat potatoes once every other day, is that bad?
  3. Total prep time: ~30 mins Potatoes prepared & cooked this way (except w/ olive oil instead of butter): https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/220520/classic-hash-browns/, then added to sauté-ing finely chopped mushrooms & onions (cook in pan for 4-5 mins on medium heat before adding potatoes). Then added ~1/4 cup coconut flour (for funsies to see if it would add good texture; it did! But do so only if you like the taste of coconut, else perhaps try another compliant flour), then added pan fried bay scallops (I'm sure there's good instructions online, but I just winged it; ~5 mins on medium-high heat, flipping a few times). All seasoned with salt, black pepper, & red chili pepper flakes (add only if you like spice)!
  4. Anyone aware of a compliant pre-packaged frozen shredded hash brown? I have a great omelette recipe that I used pre-Whole 30 with hash browns and smoked salmon, but everything I find has dextrose in it (Ore-Ida, Giant Eagle, etc.). I would super prefer not to break out the knuckle-grater!
  5. In reading the section on beans, it sounds like one of the main issues (excluding the phytoestrogen hormones on Soy) is that the high carbohydrate content causes gut-disrupting bacteria to grow and produce gas. My question is why is the high fiber and carbohydrate content of potatoes any different? Fruits and potatoes have a large degree of fiber and carbohydrates (potatoes more so on the starch front) but isn't the end-result the same? I would think if we are trying to reduce gut-disrupting bacteria, we'd need to remove potatoes and starchy fruit from the equation as well.
  6. My spouse and I are beginning the Whole30 on January 17th, so we're in the process of planning what our kitchen is going to look like and how our staple foods will change. One of the main issues we've always had is that she has some specific dietary needs. She deals with IBS regularly, and too many raw vegetables and fruit can be really unpleasant for her. She also had her gallbladder out about a year ago, although she has been able to reintroduce fattier meals at this point with very few issues, occasionally taking an ox bile supplement if she's worried. We're already prepared to cook vegetables to ease her digestion, and there should be no problem with the meat quantity as she's never had issues with that except for when her gallbladder started being an issue (again, that's no longer a problem). However! She has always relied on a heavy serving of carbs to help her feel full and keep her stomach from getting uncomfortable with extra veggies. Normally these carbs come in the form of rice, pasta, or breads. Well obviously that's not going to work! The next obvious choice? Potatoes. Potatoes look like they will be the easiest thing to add to our diet regularly for quick lunches and a compliant carb for dinners. And they are cheap, which is important as well if we are looking at getting better quality meats. But I wasn't sure if there was an issue with having too many potatoes, especially since many of the recipes have much less in the way of starchy carbs and focus more on the veggies and meats. If we eat, say, two potatoes a day (mixture of regular and sweet), would we still see the same benefits at the end of our Whole30? Or would we be adding too much carby sugar to our diets? Do you have any other suggestions?