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Hi All, 

 

I've done 1 round of W30 in the past, turned out soy was a trigger for me! ....so was almond butter, sad day! 

Legumes however were not a problematic food for me. I'm now wanting to embark on my own version of a whole 30 vegan style .... I understand I'm not really doing the whole 30.

What I'm hoping a moderator can help me with is a vegan shopping list ... I found the vegetarian one listed on the website .... but I've seen another one floating around that is vegan specific and has legumes listed on it ... I wanted to see if this was just made out in the world by somebody or it was actually provided by W30, I am attaching it below, I'm having trouble finding it not blurry but if it's real I'd love to find it!

Thank you! :)

 

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  • 3 months later...

Hi EllenMG,

Welcome to the Whole30 program and forum! I've completed 2 rounds and found this forum so helpful. It's such a great way to connect with the Whole30 community. That's great you're considering working with a coach! Here is the list of coaches. You can browse their bios and find their contact info here. https://coach.whole30.com/coaches/ 

When is your start date? 

Kay

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On 10/17/2020 at 6:38 PM, Kay47 said:

This is a belated reply but the list you provided is not an official Whole30 resource

This actually was a resource that was put out by the program (2014) but it was replaced with the one you linked (2015) because it was confusing for people to see a W30 resource with non compatible items on it.

@TEwhole30 - sorry, it's unlikely that you'll be able to find a non blurry copy of that list online but you can probably use it to help you populate the existing list linked in the post above.

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Thank you for posting I’ve been looking everywhere for this!! This was the “original” vegetarian whole30 shopping list before it was later revised to cut out legumes and tofu/tempeh, and they added potatoes and fish. I followed this in early 2015 and had great results! At the time I was eating eggs, so I didn’t have tons of soy but definitely had lentils and black beans (and no potatoes). I still got a great benefit from it, and realized how much flour really bothers me. I was looking for this old graphic to try to replicate it again, this time without eggs. 

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