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  1. Jen Robin


    Is Tajin approved? I would lean toward yes based on ingredients: chili peppers, sea salt, dehydrated lime juice, silicon dioxide. But I haven't seen in on any sites so I wanted to check.
  2. Im getting ready for round one. I’m reading my spices. My food lion brand spices don’t have ingredients listed— does that mean they are good to go? I’ve checked the garlic powder, rubbed sage, parsley, and cumin. The Italian seasoning lists ingredients and all are compliant.
  3. Has anyone found a compliant lemon pepper? Every one that I pick up seems to have sugar in it. I've been doing without, but I really miss it. Or if you have a recipe for lemon pepper, that would work, too! Thanks for your help.
  4. I'm a newbie to Penzey's spices but want to order a few to try but the list is endless so I'm hoping to get some feedback on people's favorites and how they use them?
  5. organiclover

    Salt, Spices and Fat Question

    I am just starting the Whole30 and am getting the hang of it, however, I just wanted to confirm a couple of things. I am on day 2 and yesterday I made the following: Breakfast: Two eggs scrambled with spinach and red peppers, t Tablespoon of ghee for cooking Salsa Cup of blueberries 1/2 avocado Lunch: Salad of arugula, radicchio, belgian endive, grape tomatoes, 1 grilled chicken breast, 1/2 avocado Dressing of 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar (naturally occurring sulfites) 3 small spoons of organic raw almond butter Dinner: Lamb loin with cumin, cinnamon, coriander, ras el hanout (states 200 mg sodium per tsp on jar), salt, pepper and sherry vinegar (has naturally occuring sulfites). The other spices does not state how much sodium is on the jar. Mashed sweet potatoes with the creme from canned coconut milk, ghee, salt, pepper, cinnamon and nutmeg. Shitake mushrooms, spinach and scallions sauteed in ghee. I woke up feeling pretty puffy even though I also drank 64 ounces of water. I did weigh myself even though I know we are not supposed to, and I found out I gained a 1 1/2 lbs. So...I was wondering is there a rule of thumb on the sodium intake for salt and spices or did it look like I overdid it on some other things? I generally do not use much salt. The jars I have are primarily from Spice Islands and some organic brands from whole foods, but most of them do not state ingredients or sodium amounts. Also, for the fat intake per meal. Is it only for one type of fat per meal, such as if you use a tablespoon of ghee, that is it or is it okay to use two versions (such as a tablespoon of ghee for cooking and then a 1/2 of an avocado) or do people use even more type of fat servings than that? I am assuming two is normal, such as using ghee for cooking and then 1/2 of an avocado and that is it. I am trying to lose ten pounds in addition to eating clean, so any rule of thumb would be appreciated. I have also read that people wanting to lose weight need to watch the nuts and fruit, so I am not going to be eating more than 1-2 servings of fruit a day and maybe not eat the almond butter much. Thanks!
  6. I have a few recipes that are compliant, except for chicken bouillon granules. Any suggestions for substitutions or a compliant chicken bouillon brand?
  7. I have recently started making my own taco seasoning. We are huge taco meat eaters in this family! Was hoping some of you had your own spice blends that you make with recipes to share? Having these pre-made on hand is a huge time-saver for me!
  8. Does anyone know if Montreal Steak Seasoning is Whole30 compliant? Here are the ingredients: COARSE SALT, SPICES (INCLUDING BLACK PEPPER, AND RED PEPPER), GARLIC, SUNFLOWER OIL, NATURAL FLAVOR, AND EXTRACTIVES OF PAPRIKA. The natural flavor and sunflower oil are what concerns me. Thank you :-)