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  1. callmechef

    Need some help DIYing it

    Hi Folks, Does anyone have a tool that they use to make their own DIY meal plans. Maybe an excel spreadsheet that helps keep things organized and makes writing a menu a little easier. I could possibly make my own, but I rather not spend the time on it if someone already has something. Thank You! Raul
  2. Vivienne Fang

    Must-have kitchen tools and utensils?

    Hello everyone! I'm new here - just signed up yesterday. I'm currently halfway through It Starts With Food and am thinking about starting Whole30. Right now I'm laying out the groundwork (since preparation is key) and was wondering if any seasoned Whole30-ers out there could give me some tips on kitchen tools? I know that having the right pots, pans, kitchen utensils, etc. will make cooking a lot less intimidating and a lot easier/more fun. Could you guys also provide links to your recommendations so I know where to purchase them (preferably Amazon)? Since I'm just starting this program, I don't need anything too professional or expensive - just quality tools that can get the job done. So far I've ordered the cookbook Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan, and I'm thinking about trying Nom Nom Paleo by Michelle Tam after. I've also been reading through their blogs and other Whole30 sites for tips, meal plans, advice, etc. Thank you!