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Jenharris67

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It's good to keep in mind that your meals don't have to be anything fancy. It can be fun to try new recipes, but it's best to do that when you have plenty of time, not at the end of a work day when you're already tired and getting hungry.

Really easy meal ideas could include:

* Scrambled eggs with spinach (or other vegetables) and avocado.

*burger patty, topped with onion, tomato, pickle, lettuce, mayo and mustard, with a side of roasted "fries" (https://www.paleorunningmomma.com/baked-french-fries-paleo-whole30/)

*compliant sausages (Aidells, Applegate Farms, and Bilinski brands each have some options that work, just read your labels) with zucchini noodles (or just chopped zucchini if you don't have a spiralizer, the noodle shape is just fun), with olive oil.

Leftovers are another option. Try to always cook enough that you can get an extra meal, or at least some components for another meal.

It can also be nice to have some options on hand that you can just grab and eat. Keep some chopped vegetables in the fridge ready to go, cans of tuna in the pantry, frozen vegetables in steamer bags in the freezer. 

 

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HI.   Walmart's great value Tuna says the ingredients are light tuna, water, vegetable broth, and salt.    There are no soy warnings on the can.     is this whole 30 compliant or do i assume that vegetable broth  always contains soy?    

 

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