Kristen Sciubba

Whole30 Approved Brands // Compliant Tree Nuts // Pescetarian Suggestions

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I am starting Whole30, and looking for suggestions on:

  1. Whole30 approved brands for things like salad dressing, almond butter, almond milk/creamer, etc.
  2. Tree nuts that are Whole30 compliant for snacking
  3. Pescetarian-friendly foods, snacks, recipes, etc.

Thank you in advance!

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Just now, Kristen Sciubba said:

I am starting Whole30, and looking for suggestions on:

  1. Whole30 approved brands for things like salad dressing, almond butter, almond milk/creamer, etc.
  2. Tree nuts that are Whole30 compliant for snacking
  3. Pescetarian-friendly foods, snacks, recipes, etc.

Thank you in advance!

Have you looked around the site at all?  There's a section on the top of this view called 'Whole30 approved' which is companies that are specifically endorsed and allowed to carry the Whole30 logo on their packaging.  Every other product you just have to read the label and see if the ingredients are compliant to the rules.

Any nut (peanuts are not nuts) is compliant as long as the ingredients are compliant altho we really recommend limiting nuts to maybe 6-7 almonds (for example) every other day... you shouldn't need to 'snack' if you're making your meals according to the template.

Fish, eggs, veggies, fats.  you can either make up recipes, google Whole30 fish recipes, eat 'hot and cold plate' meals like just tuna salad and cucumbers for instance... 

Take a look around the site in the cooking and recipes section, there is a lot of conversation there that's a resource for you to use rather than us writing it all out again :)

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I've found loads of ideas on Pinterest too, you can do Whole 30 or paleo searches, check the ingredients are compliant or just sub them for ones that are.  Some of the recipes are still my favourites even when i'm not doing Whole 30, esp for sauces.  Then you can just change up your veg and enjoy the different flavours.

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1 hour ago, JoyByName said:

I've found loads of ideas on Pinterest too, you can do Whole 30 or paleo searches, check the ingredients are compliant or just sub them for ones that are.  Some of the recipes are still my favourites even when i'm not doing Whole 30, esp for sauces.  Then you can just change up your veg and enjoy the different flavours.

I feel sort of obligated to say that PInterest is the wild west even worse than Facebook for 'whole30' recipes that are either no where near or out and out rule breaking (baked goods and 'ice cream' I"m looking at you!).  I do love pinterest for recipes tho, you just have to be VERY familiar with the rules of the program to not get confused and lost in a see of SWYPO :)  

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