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This may be a redundant question, but I couldn't find anything on it when I searched the forums. 

 

Yesterday was a tough day as I had not eaten for a significant amount of time.  I stopped by a local store and ate a modified burrito bowl that did not have rice, but it did have black beans (I don't have many issues with them prior to the Whole 30). 

 

I was on the Whole 30 for about 9 days.  Does this mean that I have to start over? 

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Yes it does. It's not about whether an off-plan ingredient bothered you before a Whole30. It's about sticking with the rules and keeping known irritants out of your body for 30 consecutive days to absolutely conclude whether or not you have issues with an ingredient (some of these observations aren't evident until you eliminate an ingredient for 30 days and then reintroduce).  Legumes can especially be problematic.

For more details, read this article about whether to restart. http://whole30.com/2014/06/really-start-whole30/

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