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Hi this is my first post here. I've decided to eliminate all processed foods from my diet and am having a hard time finding recipes that don't include any processed ingredients.
Everything from salad dressings, frozen foods, canned, boxed, packaged - all have processed ingredients that are not healthy, so I am using only whole ingredients like fruits, vegetables, unpressed olive oil (no vegetable oils as they are processed), nothing with yeast and a bunch of ingredients code word for processed.
So far I have spaghetti with a basic tomato sauce as a starter. I am disturbed to find out that all of the baby foods I've been purchasing also have processed ingredients that are harmful - a whole cupboard full of food went straight to the trash bin over the weekend.
Any wholesome recipe ideas would be welcomed (even garlic powder has processed ingredients so I am prepared not to use salt and get used to bland flavors).View Thread
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