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I tried my first coffee without milk/cream this morning in preparation for beginning my first Whole 30 in two days. As suggested on these forums, I added coconut milk, which I shook well before pouring into the coffee. The taste was strongly coffee (I'm used to a milder flavor with the addition of cream and sweetener), which was surprisingly palatable and nice. But the consistency was slightly oily with floaters, which didn't taste bad, and seemed to disperse when I swirled the mug before taking a swig. Is this your experience, too? Did the coconut milk curdle, or is this normal since it tends to separate even in the can or storage container? Thanks!
SO, I started my whole30 today! I did a whole27 a couple months ago then crashed headfirst into a bin of sugar and didn't come up for breath except for a few healthy on track meals. I do not want to eat processed, sugar filled ingredients and I want to eat whole foods! I know how wonderful I felt on the whole30 and want to feel like that all the time. But sugar has it's grip on me. Still trying to figure out ways to success. I have been trying to do my second whole30 since the beginning of the month. Any tips? I've got a low budget and an obvious FEIRCE sweet tooth. I live in a home with a fellow junk food lover