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I have been drinking water with a wedge of lime squeezed in it, I buy lemons when they are on sale. Yesterday I made iced tea with chai tea bags (Wegman's Just Tea has no non-compliant nonsense in it) and drank that at work. With a meal I might have iced coffee with coconut milk and a pinch of cinnamon, I have found that more lovely than I expected, since I figured coffee without cream and sweetness would be sad. But most of the time I just drink ice water in my fun glass. 

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I drink hibiscus mint rooibos iced tea.  I buy the bulk tea in Wegman's and mix per quart of boiling water, 2 tsp rooibos, 1 tsp hibiscus, and 1 tsp peppermint.  It is delicious and really satisfying!  I love most any herbal iced teas :)

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Today I drank plain water, water with a splash of cranberry juice, Gingerade kombucha, and peppermint tea. You can flavor plain water with a splash of lemon, lime, cranberry, or any other juice. Just don't mix it so strong that you are really drinking juice instead of flavored water.

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What about 'sassy water'? Water infused with cucumber and lemon slices, ginger and mint? or lemon and lime slices? I have seen several recipes for various flavored waters on line-might want to check to make sure they are compliant, but it would change up what you are drinking! 

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I love to juice cucumbers.  It's really hydrating and also delicious!  I put a few mint leaves in my ice water today, and that was very refreshing!  I made a Whole30-compliant coffee drink that is really good.  I found the purest unsweetened almond milk and warmed it in the microwave, then I added a teaspoon of coconut oil and a 1/4 teaspoon of organic, pure vanilla extract.  I whipped that in the blender and added it to black coffee.  It was really good!

 

Hope these suggestions help!

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 1/4 teaspoon of organic, pure vanilla extract.

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Out of curiosity, what brand did you use?  I'm seeking a Whole30 compliant vanilla extract (without alcohol or sugar), that doesn't cost and arm and a leg.

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