jhmomi

You know someone is doing a Whole30 when...

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And on Day 31 after making a sandwich for your 4 year old, you pause and look longingly at the PB on your finger before deciding it's not worth it, so you just wash your hands.

I was tempted but if I'm going to off road it's not going to be licking peanut butter off my finger. Lesson learned after my first Whole30 earlier this year... :)

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My fav is still the one about not licking our fingers. That makes me laugh every time.

Last week I made oatmeal cookies with my daughter for a camp party and she asked if she could lick my fingers since I wasn't going to.

Still makes me laugh, too. And I did the same with my son and the chocolate cake I made for his birthday last week!

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You attend your niece's wedding reception, get asked to help slice the wedding cake for guests, spend 15 minutes slicing and serving multiple layers of a beautiful cake with various fillings plus thick and creamy frosting, and you STILL DON'T TRY A BITE OR EVEN LICK YOUR FINGERS WHEN YOU ARE DONE SERVING THE WEDDING GUESTS!

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...when you check for sugar free bacon EVERY time you go to the grocery store, even though you were just there 2 days ago and they didn't have any..

How about when you know a particular store sells sugar free bacon and you buy it regularly, yet you STILL check it each time just to make sure it hasn't changed :)

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You watch an old episode of NCIS and when a character turns down the offer of a burger with a "No thanks, I don't eat food I haven't cooked myself", you immediately think Wow, that's how to do a whole 30.

and I really can't believe I'm doing this but

When you save up for ages for a new pair of leather boots and then decide to blow the money on a vacuum food saver instead - and you're excited about it :)

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you have this conversation with the waitress at a Kountry Kitchen in rural PA while on a business road trip with a colleague after ordering a salad.

Me: "Do you have olive oil and red wine vinegar?"

Her: "Yes"

Me: "Is it olive oil? I have to have olive oil. If its canola oil or some other kind of oil, It bothers my stomach a lot. Are you sure its olive oil?"

Her: "Im pretty sure its olive oil. I can check with the cooks in the back. They would know. You want me to check?"

Me: "Thats ok just give me the red wine vinegar. Does it have sugar in it?"

Her: "I'll bring you the bottle" She brings me the bottle and sure enough its just regular red wine vinegar, nothing added.

Her: "By the way, I did check with the cook. He said it is canola oil!"

She was the sweetest most patient waitress ever!

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- every Google search you do for any recipe begins with the word "Paleo"

- you educate the staff at Whole Foods about what coconut aminos are, and what brand of fish sauce contains no sugar

- you start asking butchers whether the organic chickens are air dried

- you order beef jerky via mail order instead of buying one of the 28 varieties sold at any gas station

ETA: - when "The clothes make the girl" is more than a slogan, it's a lifestyle

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