Xandra Posted October 16, 2012 Share Posted October 16, 2012 This will sound completely lame, but I completed a Whole30 (to the best of my ability), then went on a trip where food options were limited and I ate a lot of noncompliants. I knew this was coming and there were not a lot of choices about it, and I looked forward to getting home and getting back on track with a Paleo diet again. The lame part is that now I am home and want to start eating Whole30 compliant again, and I've got a pantry full of ingredients that I don't want to eat but can't throw away. The unopened products I can give to a food pantry, but the opened ones? I have a very hard time throwing away entire containers of whole wheat flour, brown rice, quinoa, dried beans, and steel-cut oats (all on the "healthy" list a matter of weeks ago). Even powdered sugar! It seems so stupid, but this compulsion to not be wasteful has me making batches of muffins to use up the ingredients, and it's delaying my W30 program! I'm making delicious Paleo entrees and serving them up with cooked dried beans and carrot-jicama muffins. Tell me how to get rid of this stuff in a guilt-free manner and I will be forever grateful. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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