Tasha Posted October 6, 2012 Share Posted October 6, 2012 Hi All! I had been searching through the recipe archives on the website and found this link for Thanksgiving options: http://whole9life.com/2011/11/thanksgiving-2011/ To quote the article: All of these dishes are Whole30 compliant, because (a) everything in our Steal This Meal series meets those standards, ( this is a good opportunity to show your family and friends that your dietary choices are both satisfying and delicious and delicious, © we wanted to provide an alternative for for those of you who simply cannot eat conventional flour, dairy or other ingredients in â€œtraditionalâ€ Thanksgiving dishes. Finally, let's get this out of the way right now. You know we wouldn't normally promote â€œPaleo-ifyingâ€ a poor food choice (like bread-laden stuffing or sugar-drenched cranberry sauce). But in the once-a-year case of a family-centric, culturally significant holiday like Thanksgiving, we believe it's okay to recreate a dish that is reminiscent of what we used to eat. Recreating a Whole30-friendly stuffing for an annual family dinner is not the same thing as justifying your â€œhealthyâ€ Paleo pancakes every morning for breakfast! (But you already knew that.) Happy Thanksgiving! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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