Here’s a recipe I got with my Full Circle vegetable delivery this fall. Like others I am posting this month, this one is Whole30 compliant, but I recommend trying it even if you’re not doing the challenge. Continue reading
Here’s another Whole30-compliant recipe that I found in Bon Appetit. The name of the recipe is “Parsnip Fries” but the parsnips are actually baked, so they are much healthier than if they were fried. Continue reading
Here are some meal-planning ideas for another week of Whole30-compliant eating. As promised, I am including a chili recipe. It’s basically a variation on my popular Turkey Chili, but without the beans and with more vegetables (see below). Continue reading
One of the ways to make it easier to complete the Whole30 challenge is to stock your pantry and fridge with some of the staples and substitutes you’ll need to follow the guidelines.
Here are a few of my favorites:
To help with planning menus that fit the challenge, I decided to post four or five suggestions each Monday that give you almost a week’s worth of dinner options (especially if you make enough for leftovers). Continue reading
I hope my posts about the Whole30 challenge have at least inspired you to visit the website and check it out, or maybe even made you consider doing it yourself.
Don’t worry that you missed a January 2 start date—you can decide to start the challenge at any time, though I recommend sticking with it for the full 30 days so you can really tell whether it’s making a difference in how you feel. Last year, my husband lost 21 pounds on the challenge, so he decided to do it with me again this year.