Plant Based Approved Food List


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All the rules and information about the plant-based Whole30 are here: https://whole30.com/plant-based/ -- if you haven't yet, I would encourage you to explore the different links on that page.

If you mean a list of brand-name products that are compatible, I don't think that exists. You can filter the Whole30 Approved page to show plant-based options, but that is definitely not an exhaustive list of every possible option.

Whether either version of Whole30 helps any particular individual with inflammation or bloating really depends on the individual and is impossible for us to predict. This article may help answer that question for you: https://whole30.com/plant-based/the-science-behind-the-plant-based-whole30/

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On 8/23/2022 at 2:29 PM, benjishinners said:

I see that the moderator sent you a link with the rules and allowed products. But I want like to add a few words about plant-based foods.

As far as I know, of the plant-based foods allowed are several kinds of legumes and cereal cutlets, which can be steamed, baked, or fried in any vegetable oil. Tofu is also one of these foods. Tofu can be very hard or soft. Soft tofu is called silk because of its consistency, similar to jelly. If you're wondering how to press tofu, it is by bringing the soybeans to a certain consistency, boiling and steaming several times, and then put under the press for several days. I hope I've helped you. Good luck.

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