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  1. Turns out my family's soup recipe that we eat every winter is Whole30 compliant! Ingredients: 1 lb stew beef 1 lb carrots (peeled and cut into small pieces) 1 small onion, peeled, and cut 6-8 stalks of celery (with leaves on if possible), cut 2-3 parnsips, peeled and cut 1 28-oz can of diced tomatoes 5-8 bay leaves 3 Tbls Parsley 1 Tbls Thyme 1 Tbls Summer Savory/Herbs de Provence 1 Tbls Basil Salt & Pepper to tatse Directions: In a large soup pot, fill 2/3 with salted water and/or broth of your choice Add beef, cover, and bring to almost a boil. Water will start to foam. Remove foam as it starts to appear with a large spoon and toss out. As water starts to boil, the foam will get bigger - just keep removing with a large spoon. Turn heat down a little if necessary to keep water from boiling over. When the water doesn’t foam anymore, add cut up vegetables, tomatoes, and spices. Bring back to a boil, cover, lower heat and simmer for ~ 30 minutes until vegetables are tender It's really easy, just slightly time consuming. It makes 8-12 servings so I keep half in the fridge and eat over a week, then freeze the other half which is really easy to defrost in a pan when I need something quick to eat at night.
  2. Hello all (: are there any gyro recipes that you've tried and liked? Thanks !
  3. Roasted red pepper sauce

    I made the roasted red pepper sauce, the one from the Whole30 book, last night. I love that you just throw the raw ingredients together and puree it. I'm wondering-do you have this sauce cold? There was a suggestion in the book to pair it with chicken meatballs. Would you heat up the sauce to pair it with something like that? Thanks for any feedback or suggestions!
  4. Day #9, July 11

    Going good. Did 1st recipe, Spinach Frittata. Too good for breakfast. A bag of spinach is healthier than I ever eat. Great taste. My wife enjoyed it to. I'm the pioneer on this diet. Maybe she'll try it. She's liking me cooking. Grilling salmon on George Forman grill, Cod too. Next I'll try strip steak & baked potato. Bone weariness of recent times is gone. Craving for sugar is gone. Didn't know artificial sweeteners increased appetite so much. I'm thinking of staying on this after 30 days.
  5. Hi everyone! Starting my whole30 tomorrow and was wondering if anyone has a good hazelnut milk recipe? I keep finding recipes on how to make almond milk, do you just do the same with hazelnuts instead? All help is appreciated
  6. Favorite Steak Rubs

    What are your favorite steak rubs? I tried the rub in this link and it was delish! I used NY Strip steaks, let them come rest at room temperature in plastic wrap coated in the rub for 30 minutes, and the grilled on the stovetop. What rubs do you like? https://www.pinterest.com/pin/16607092359035436/
  7. I am going to a graduation party/ BBQ in June. I am looking for easy, unique ideas to bring.
  8. I am working on creating my shopping list for the 7-day meal plan that is listed in The Whole30 book on page 196. Sunday morning lists pan-fried plantains, but there's no reference to the page number for the recipe. I couldn't find anything in the index - does anyone know if the recipe is in the book and if so, what page? If not, I'll just look up a recipe online. Thanks in advance for advice!
  9. Hi All! This is my first post here Doing the Jan Whole30. Fifth round since 2015. I'm going to a Mexican themed potluck tomorrow. The host is providing taco meat and guac. I'll skip the taco meat since I won't know whats in it. Any ideas for something I can bring that I can eat that has protein, veg, fat? I don't want to do another main dish bc I'm concerned it will look like I'm trying to upstage the host. But it will be all I'll eat so I'd like it to be balanced. My first thought was some sort of 7 layer dip but all the compliant recipes I found were pretty complex. Thanks in advance for any ideas! Best of luck on your Whole30s– this way of eating has transformed my life for the better and I hope it does for you too! Erin
  10. Recipe...with an S

    I did a search on the forum and couldn't find any mention of this site: paleofood.io Not everything on it is Whole30 compliant, but many things are (or can be tweaked to be) and since paleo is the base, it's a great place to find recipes that won't include grains, dairies (depending on the school of paleo followed) etc. It's basically a big paleo recipe pinterest. Since I'm here, foodgawker also has a great Whole30 and paleo selection. I've linked to the search result for Whole30.
  11. Okay I'm super proud of myself for this so I had to share with like minded people who would appreciate the beauty This is the first whole 30 meal I made that's "complex" compared to just protein, veggies, etc. It's buffalo chicken stuffed sweet potato (added a bit of prosciutto because I was making some for breakfast) with homemade ranch. And basic veggies on the side. I made the buffalo sauce from just ghee and Frank's red. The ranch was made from homemade mayo I made from another recipe. I got it from Pinterest and I'm just so stoked. It was delicious!!!! Buffalo chicken recipe: https://therealfoodrds.com/slow-cooker-buffalo-chicken/ I actually baked the chicken and the threw it in the sauce pan to coat it with the sauce, took 45 min or so instead of waiting hours for the slow cooker. Ranch recipe: http://therealfoodrds.com/paleo-ranch-dressing-dip/ the he only issue I have with my ranch is it turned out pretty runny, still delicious though. I think my homemade mayo is to blame because it wasn't very thick to begin with.
  12. Go figure, I have a cold. It was pretty bad yesterday (day 2) and I kept waking up in the middle of the night to cough my heart out. My whole life I usually get a cold in the springtime, but this one is especially hard because I cannot just go and cook up a can of Chicken Noodle Soup. Today's email let me know that it is common to get sick in the first week, but that does not make life any easier. Does anyone have any advice during this time? What kind of cold remedies worked for you (Whole 30 approved)? Thank you!
  13. I am 9 days in and the egg boredom is starting to kick in... I have been starting the day with a variety of scramble & frittatas loaded with different veggies... usually with a side of butternut squash/sweet potato hash. Eggs are starting to seem really unappetizing after eating them for the last 9 days. This morning i had a mix of ground beef cooked with onions and kale, mixed with some baked sweet potato and avocado. This was good, but I am looking for any ideas you guys have come up with to fight the boredom!
  14. Cook once and eat many times with this great recipe. We read the reviews and made 1 1/2 times the spice and marinade for the rub. http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/pork-shoulder-aldiavolo-51205450 Not for the weak! This is very spicy.
  15. Saving grace

    What meal or recipe has been your life saver? Like A meal that is either the biggest time saver for you or maybe the recipe that can always satisfy you. Food prepping is not the answer I'm going for here! Please share a recipe or post a link! For me it's probably sweet potato hash. Maybe with a fried egg on top. Pretty easy but here's the link. http://everydaypaleo.com/baa-baa-breakfast/
  16. Can I freeze....?

    Hi! I'm new to Whole 30 and am starting my journey January 1, 2016. I am prepping food today and tomorrow and am wondering if I make the Romesco garlic shrimp with zucchini noodles recipe (page 244 of whole 30 book), can I freeze portions for lunches for throughout the week? I just don't have a lot of time during the week to prep this meal and wanted a convenient meal for lunches. Thanks!
  17. Recipe success stories

    Share your recipe successes here. This is mine: Tonight my husband was meeting some friends at BWW. We searched their menu online- nothing compliant so he says "I'll eat before I go and just drink some ice tea (unsweetened, of course)." So I thought I'd grill some wings at home and give the buffalo sauce recipe from the Whole 30 book a try. That way he could still have his wings but before he went out. He said they were some of the best wings he had ever eaten! I completely agree. I had about half the sauce left over. I plan on putting that stuff on everything. So good! Anyone have any other recipe success stories they want to share?
  18. Breakfast Casserole Recipe?

    Looking to find more creative breakfast ideas besides the standard egg with a side of sausage deal. Does anyone have a favorite breakfast casserole recipe? Or a resource for great casserole recipes? I'd like to have something I can make ahead and have throughout the week to grab before work! Thanks all!
  19. Favorite Cooking Blogs

    Try as I might, I couldn't find a 'favorite blog' roundup for cooking sites. There was a favorite recipes thread, so I thought I'd put this up. Besides some of the regulars (Well Fed, Clothes Make the Girl, Om Nom Paleo), one I heard about from a friend is called Turmeric and Twine (http://www.turmericandtwine.com), from which I've so far used two slow cooker recipes: one for tomato sauce (omitting non compliant ingredients like sugar proved to be no problem in terms of a delicious result), and one for winter squash with cacao and chili, which I'm currently eating even though it's summer. With the slow burn of the chili, it works nicely as a break from gazpacho and is excellent on summer days if you're of the 'fight fire with fire' mentality that many dishes are in terms of summer eating here in Korea. Anyway, I hadn't seen it on any blog rolls, and so far I'm loving it. (Let Mickey D's sue me for appropriating that slogan.) Bonus points for an emphasis on the slow cooker, since there are never enough hours in the day.. Also, pro tip for the squash recipe: I made a simple beef bone broth last week and used a cup of that instead of water along with the coconut milk, and, well, it's a winner.. (the bone broth has also made it into my gazpacho, so it won't last long at this rate..)
  20. W30 chili...OMFG so good

    OK, so I wanted something hearty and spicy for lunch today, so last night I whipped up some chili. Mouth-gasm! (is that allowed?) 1 1/2 lb ground beef (grass fed, locally farmed) 1 can of diced tomatoes and chilies (checked the label, no sugar added so should be safe) 1 red onion 1 yellow pepper 10-12 button mushrooms, fresh 1 large carrot, sliced Cayenne pepper Minced garlic Salt Pepper Paprika Dark baking cocoa powder, no sugar added 1 TBS coconut oil Browned the ground beef, chopped all the veg and added those in along with the seasonings and coconut oil. I like my stuff a bit on the spicy side, so flavor to taste. Seemed a little "dry" so I added in 1/2 C water. Simmered for 30 minutes or until the vegetables just started to lose firmness, not over done, with a little snap to them. Then packed up for lunch today. I served it up with half an avocado diced on top. OMG.... heaven
  21. Help! I made the Walnut-crusted pork tenderloin from the Whole30 cookbook. It came out way too salty and the walnuts didn't stick one bit. I'll cut the spices for the rub in half to ease the salt but anyone have tips on how to get the walnuts to stick? I feel like I threw the $5 or so for organic walnuts straight into the trash.
  22. Hard boiled egg ideas?

    What can I do with a hard boiled egg! Besides eating it plain? I don't make my own mayo so deviled eggs are out unless there's another way... Help!
  23. Hi all, I am on my first day of my first Whole 30. I tried the cauliflower mash recipe from the Whole 30 book and apparently missed the part about adding the liquids gradually. So now I could possibly drink the dish through a straw. Can it be saved? Thanks!
  24. Savory Cream Substitute

    I just ran across this article that says you can make a savory cream from onions: http://food52.com/blog/12856-the-genius-no-dairy-trick-for-turning-vegetables-into-cream I haven't tried it yet, but I certainly will. Has anyone tried this? How did it work for you?
  25. Best Pork Chop of your LIFE

    If you found some chops on sale and aren't sure how to prepare them then make these. They are sooooo good! Check out my blog for the recipe!