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Hello! 

I'm new to the Whole 30, but am really wanting to give it a go for January. I've read quite a bit of the materials, searched the allowed/disallowed food lists, and have a few more questions as I'm preparing to start. My main question is, what do people with coconut allergies do for sauces and marinades, especially those containing coconut aminos? I have several other food allergies, which I am familiar with avoiding, but I typically cook with gluten free tamari several times a week. Does anyone know if there is yet another alternative to coconut aminos/soy sauce that would work here?

Thanks! 

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1 hour ago, Paige Cirillo said:

I found a "no soy" soy sauce at Target and/or Whole foods (even sold on amazon) that contains mushrooms and kelp. I use that to replace coconut aminos!

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These look like they have molasses which is a sweetener, so they are not Whole30 compatible. 

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