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    non whole 30 cooking ingredients replacement ideas please

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    gearing up for whole 30 and trying to stock some replacement recipie ingredients. some,but not all things i need substitute: worchesterchire sauce,soy sauce,wine (red & white),various commercial spice products-like everglades seasoning. can use almond or coconut flours for breading replacements. tried them before and really didn't like them at all. any other ideas or experiences? thanks.

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    the only thing I can suggest for soy sauce is coconut aminos. They're wonderful
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    Nope. You'll be just fine without them. Learn to appreciate the taste of things without sauces.
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    I think the point of the whole 30 is that you are supposed to NOT try to find substitutions for those foods.
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    Try some kind of vinegar (apple cider vinegar or balsamic, as naturally sourced as possible) instead of the wines, but I agree with jammies.
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    If you are doing a stir-fry, try spicing it up with fish sauce, sechwan peppers, ginger or sesame oil to discover something new. Sesame oil is a rare treat though. Or try non-asian recipes, using home-made mayo, paprika, caraway seed, mustard etc.

    Don't do bread replacement. Bread is totally useless. Have some veggies to soak up the sauces instead.
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    thanks

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    my favorite stir fry sauce is 1/4c almond butter, 1/4c sesame oil, 1/4c coconut aminos, 2 clove garlic, and a dash of chili powder. Obliterate in food processor, pour over your stir fry in the pan and coat well.
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    coconut aminos?? educate me.

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    Dr. BB that sounds amazing! I just need some sesame oil to make that happen.
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