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  1. PSA: Maybe you all already know this but I'm new to Whole 30 (day 5 y'all) so I'm still learning. I was digging through the forums today when I went to the soy sauce section and could not find coconut aminos anywhere, and everyone was saying "Go to a natural food store" "Trader joes" "Whole foods" etc. I don't know about you, but I want to get all my shopping done in ONE trip. So I started reading about substitutions for coconut aminos such as fish sauce and balsamic vinegar. The fish sauce wasn't compliant, so I made my way to the balsamic aisle and Coconut Secret Coconut Aminos were right there! There were also some non-compliant Bragg's soy sauces there. I shop at Star Market, which is also known as Shaw's and is in the same company group as ACME. Who says eating Whole30 has to break the bank? I got my gas points and everything
  2. Deli Turkey Help

    So everything I've read on this site and other paleo sites is that it's really hard to find deli meat (turkey) that's compliant. Well I think I found it at Shaw's (which is THE LAST place I was expecting to find it), and I just wanted to confirm that it's okay. It's called Shaw's All Natural Turkey Breast, and the only ingredients were turkey breast, water, and salt (I actually can't remember if water was in there or not...). So by the ingredient list, it would appear that it's fine to eat, but I just can't shake this feeling that there's something inherently bad/noncompliant with deli turkey. Any thoughts? (Yes, I realize I'm probably over thinking this...)