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1/9/12 10:12 P

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Thanks so much!!! It was a great list regardless!!!

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1/8/12 3:25 P

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I love Greek yogurt, and almost any type of cheese. Some people like low fat dairy... but I prefer full fat.
I guess the list wasn't complete. lol

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1/8/12 10:48 A

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Sorry if I am bothering you, I can make a different team post about this if you prefer!

My question - where does dairy fit in? The list you sent me (which was helpful, thanks!) mentioned lite cottage cheese and that's it. Greek yogurt? Cheese? Is there a philosophy on that? I promise I'll start doing my own research : ) It just made me curious (the lack of its presence)

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1/7/12 12:53 P

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Your right to be suspicious.

Im not sure of any one particular list. I really just mostly buy whole foods. Stuff that doesn't contain a lot of ingredients (if any). I also can't eat wheat (make my own GF bread), and I won't eat soy, canola or GMO foods. So, that pretty much takes care of MOST foods that come in packages. lol

Here's a list I found... it actually seems better than most.
www.priceplow.com/blog/clean-foods-l
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1/7/12 10:47 A

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Got it. Simple swaps that I'd probaby make anyways!

Do you know of a list anywhere that is a go-to guide for the best "clean" products to buy - - - specifically grains (pasta, rice, bread) ???

I'll be honest, I'm lazy and haevnt looked yet for myself. I just get confused when lables say whole grain, but, I don't trust them somehow, if that makes any sense.

Thanks! I am really loving this team!!!

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1/5/12 11:34 P

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not necessarily. But, as clean eaters, we would sub in whole grain pasta, brown rice, low sodium broths, etc for other ingredients.
If anyone needs help with substitutions just let me know...

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1/5/12 9:36 P

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So, these are all considered "clean" recipes?

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1/5/12 1:35 P

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Great Thanks!

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1/5/12 1:07 P

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Here are a bunch of recipes.
www.recipe.com/recipes/soup/crockpot
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1/5/12 9:17 A

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I am looking for a good crock pot vegetable soup recipe. Any ideas?

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