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MissAbby

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No. Sulphites are specifically called out as a big no in the Whole30 rules. These are not naturally occurring sulphites, but are added as a preservative. They "preserve" your gut too... in a bad way.

 

http://whole30.com/downloads/official-whole30-program-rules.pdf

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If you are looking for a Dijon type of mustard, I use Annie's Naturals Organic Horseradish Mustard. I found it at whole foods. Also found some store brand at Walmart called Great Value All Natural Horseradish Mustard that looks compliant: ingredients are vinegar, water, mustard seed, salt, horseradish powder, red pepper.

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