Share List After the positive experience of finding Whole30 compliant potato chips at Whole foods yesterday, and knowing that I was going to need to find compliant beef broth for the sweet potato chili I’m planning for tomorrow, I decided to give grocery shopping there a try. This is a store I must drive to, so I […]

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Share List You hear that? I do not like La Croix. I hate La Croix. Granted, the only kind we have in the office (where it’s plentiful and free) is pamplemousse, but I don’t think I would like any other flavor, either. Blecch. Y’all can keep your nasty fizzy chalk water, you’re welcome very much. 

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Share List I stopped at the grocery store tonight to pick up a jalapeno and some sandwich bags and spotted a whole display of these squish, lumpy, yellow Honey Manila mangos. I’d never heard of this variety, but “honey” is right in the name and so I bought one, because that’s where I am on […]

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Share List See that title? That is legit a thing that happened today. I had a headache. I was writing a blog post for work about some of our team volunteering to bake cookies for families with sick kids. There was a photo of a heaping plate full of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. The longing […]

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Share List I survived day one, and it was delicious! The Menu Breakfast: Prosciutto egg cup +mixed berries Lunch: Curried chicken salad Snack: Honeycrisp apple slices + almond butter Dinner: Marrakech ribeye steak + roasted carrots

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Share List I spent $116.07 on Whole30-approved groceries and I kind of want to throw up. One of the big questions I have about this whole adventure is if I’ll actually save money on food expenditures. Will trading fast food for fresh produce and high end meat be an even trade, or will I actually […]

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Share List I’m starting Whole30 on Sunday and I’m going to blog it here. I have a few reasons for embarking on this adventure. 1) It’s Lent. I like to leverage my natural, reflexive Catholic guilt for personal development projects. There have been years when I gave up caffeine or gone fully vegetarian for Lent. […]

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Share List Buckle up, folks, this one gets long. So there was a thing yesterday and I made a hat and showed up and here’s the photographic evidence. There’s your knitting tie-in. And now we’re moving on. Chicago was expecting maybe 75,000 people to show up and ended up with 250,000. It caught everyone, including […]

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