Whole30 team favorites include the Balsamic, Lemon Garlic, and Creamy Ranch. While there are many brands out there suitable for your Whole30, keep an eye out for added sugars and other non-compliant additives. The Whole30 team loves Tessemae's Buffalo Sauce, Horsetooth Hot Sauce, and Frank's Red Hot Original.
So, is Sriracha allowed on the whole30?
3. Spices Are Your Friends—Use Them. You can't have most condiments on Paleo/Whole30—no ketchup, or Worcestershire Sauce, or soy sauce, or sriracha (but mustard is debated). You can't slather your chicken wings in Sweet Baby Ray's, and you can't dip your veggies into ranch.
Is almond milk allowed on whole30?
You're welcome. You can drink it black, add unsweetened compliant nutpods, coconut milk, almond milk, or add cinnamon or vanilla beans to the brew. But remember, Whole30 guidelines exclude milk, cream, non-compliant milk substitutes, and added sweeteners—including stevia (more on that below).
Can you eat pickles on whole 30?
It's not too hard to find compliant pickles for Whole30. You'll just need to keep an eye out for sugar, which can be added to many store brand pickles because – as you'll likely discover on Whole30 – food manufacturers seem to think sugar belongs in anything and everything. Bubbies Pickles.