It's not clear that what you ate had peanut oil in it, given the and/or statement. You can find Chosen Foods mayos in their shop, on Amazon, or use their store locator! . and use coconut oil, ghee or lard for cooking. Because they’re made without vegetable oils. Oh, and it’s only $4 for a 22 oz. This is my classic mayo recipe. Read the details on Vegetable Oil usage on Whole30.com: “Rules vs. Recommendations”. I’m back with my SIXTH Whole30 Shopping Guide! A few items below contain canola oil, sunflower oil, and/or safflower oil. I've had maybe the equivalent of a 1/4 cup over 8 days here. I have avocado oil but it is expensive and so I only use it for things that I don't want to have the coconut taste. I also noticed my sunflower seeds have soybean oil (which I'm guessing is probably the big no-no?) Avocado Oil, Egg Yolks, Organic Whole Eggs, Filtered Water, Organic Horseradish (Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Horseradish roots, water, Salt), Organic Distilled White Vinegar, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Salt, Horseradish Mustard Powder Blend, Spinach Powder (For Color), Mustard Oil, Dried Wasabi,Organic Rosemary Extract. walnut oil is pretty fragile, so I would use it in salad dressing or maybe mayo? It has high monounsaturated fat, like olive oil. My husband bought several bottles of tea seeds cooking oil from taiwan and they are quite expensive. I know the food is not heated for long but I'm still concerned. By And the psychological impact of eating pancakes as part of your healthy eating, life-changing plan cannot be ignored. What about sunflower and safflower oils? Picture set below features the item, followed by the photo of the ingredient listing immediately following. My secret to success is, Chocolate. If this is you, don’t panic. October 29, 2013 in Can I have ___? That is my plan on how I was going to use it! Tessamae now also makes a whole 30 mayo. Whole30 general rules call for a restart to day 1 if you eat anything off-plan. After making the transition, they never felt better! A ban on all oils would mean you could never have a business lunch, grab a compliant burger at the airport, or enjoy … I’m not advocating for their health benefits, don’t get me wrong: but they are both listed as Whole30 compliant in their Additives guide and okay for use during your reset. With this easy, Olive Oil Mayo recipe you can make Whole30 Approved Mayo right in your home! amywhole30s, And that would make the Whole30 plain old impossible for most of you. I don't want to cause any oxidation. The Whole30 has been changing lives since 2009, when co-founder Melissa Hartwig Urban blogged about a 30-day dietary experiment that transformed her health, habits, and emotional relationship with food. (sunflower seed oil, etc.). Caroline Fausel has always loved nutrition. The four categories are: Never, Good(ish), Better, and Best. Peanut, soybean, and canola oil are for certain no nos. Bef, I believe we VOTE with every purchase. A ban on all oils would mean you could never have a business lunch, grab a compliant burger at the airport, or enjoy a date night at your favorite bistro. You are right about cooking with coconut and olive oil. These oils are acceptable, but not a good choice, especially not for cooking. Here’s the ingredients list. With every, "So, what's your secret?" Is this too hot for the oil? Almost every single brand of mayonnaise contains either soybean oil or sugar, or both. Be mindful of how many items you consume that contain vegetable oils: but there’s no need to completely ban them from your Whole30! I photographed the ingredient listing along with each item here for you to review yourself: but always check before you buy, just in case. http://assurance-wireless.net/tea-seed-oil/, http://www.aretteorganic.com/neb-natural.pdf, http://www.marksdailyapple.com/dear-mark-kosher-weak-nails-tea-seed-oil-and-greasing-the-groove/#axzz2lJzz5z8H. On the other hand, soybean oil and peanut oil are a big issue and you can't eat foods containing them even if it is in small quantities. If we banned canola oil, you could not eat in a restaurant for 30 days. PS: Here’s my other Whole30 Shopping Guides! In Chapter 9 of It Starts With Food, we discuss all the reasons that seed (vegetable) oils like soybean, peanut, canola, corn, or grapeseed violate our Good Food standards and should be off your everyday plate. My concern however, is the leftovers. Contrary to popular belief, items that include nitrates and nitrites ARE acceptable in your Whole30. You can find Stonewall Kitchen mayos in their shop, on Amazon, or use their store locator! These items are 100% Whole30 compliant: however the Whole30 program encourages a limited use of these oils at home. In Chapter 9 of It Starts With Food, we discuss all the reasons that seed (vegetable) oils like soybean, peanut, canola, corn, or grapeseed violate our Good Food standards and should be off your everyday plate. I have no clue about "tea seed" cooking oil, although just guessing, as a seed it might fall into a similar "avoid if possible but not prohibited" category as the other seed oils? (FYI, this post is in no way affiliated with or sponsored by Walmart). Roz is right. I know this is an old thread but I thought I would ask here rather than creating a new one. ), I think they also fall into the "avoid if possible" category. Read the Common Additives Cheat Sheet on Whole30.com. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.