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Babsinhawaii

I’m allergic to almonds

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It will depend on the recipe. If you're just using it to lightly coat a piece of chicken or fish for a breading, coconut flour would probably be okay, or you could run some other type of nut through a food processor until it's the consistency of flour and use that. If it's for thickening a sauce, I'd recommend looking for versions of that particular sauce that use some other flour already because the measurements are going to differ a lot depending on what you use.

It is also completely possible to do whole30 without using any kind of nut flour or other flour substitute if that is easier for you. You can roast, bake, stir-fry, steam, or grill all kinds of meats and vegetables without ever using any kind of flour.

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Just skip those recipes. Almost none of them need it. The salmon cakes are fine without it. You can forgo "breading" your cuts of meat for 30 days, it will still be delicious. 

You could try a smaller amount of tapioca flour or coconut flour, but it's really better to find recipes written for those ingredients as they behave differently.

Remember, recreating baked goods is off limits for your Whole30.

You can do this!

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