If you get involved in Whole30, say goodbye to some of your favorite foods. The elimination diet has few options.
Ganze30 is extremely limited. The most important requirement is to turn off certain foods and entire food groups to determine if food intolerances or allergies can occur. And do not think that you can order a delivery, since virtually nothing that is made in restaurants is Whole30-compatible. Sounds like fun, right? Right?
At least spend more time in your kitchen. Michelle Smith from the Instagram account @TheWholeSmiths and author of The Whole Smiths Good Food Cookbook has a few suggestions for what you can actually eat for several days. Just beat the eggs into a bowl and add a Whole30-compatible protein (ground turkey, sugar-free bacon or Applegate Chicken Sausage are a good choice) kale and peppers. Season with salt and pepper or apply with red pepper flakes, garlic powder or turmeric. Bake until fluffy and cooked. Warm one serving each morning.
Try the following: Find a great tuna or chicken salad recipe you like. Using your desired protein as a base, add a Whole30-compatible mayo such as Primal Kitchen and season with salt and pepper. Add mix-ins like hard-boiled eggs, chopped grapes, diced avocado or crushed nuts. Use your salad to garnish a coleslaw or fill in paprika.
Try the following: Make a large serving of meatballs on Sunday night and then use them in meals throughout the week. Cover with a Thai curry paste sauce mixed with coconut milk. Drop her onto a salad. Or just eat them as they are served with a Whole30 approved vegetable.