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Old 10-03-2012, 10:53 AM   #1
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I'm in my second week of IP, and realized that many of the sauces, spices, condiments I used may not have been 0/0/0. Soy Sauce has sugar in the ingredients, my thai spice has sugar in the ingredients, worchestshire sauce has 1g of sugar/serving...

I want to be following the plan very closely. For all those experienced IPeeps, can you provide me with some options for the 0/0/0 spices/sauces/condiments I can use.

I haven't really been able to stomach the WF products (dressing, mayo, etc), maybe things that exclude WF and can be found in normal groceries stores?
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Um, I think mustard is good. Heinz Reduced Sugar isn't all zeroes, but its a good alternative to regular ketchup. Just don't use a ton of it, because it will add up really quickly.
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Bragg's aminos are a good substitute for soy sauce. Less than 1g carbs per serving that just comes from processing the soybeans.

Spice blends - I was shocked too at how many include sugar or MSG. I just blend my own now to be on the safe side, other than a fajita spice blend that I found with NO extra stuff. The jar should tell you everything that goes into the blend.

I believe Rainbow's Mix'n in the Kitch'n thread has a homemade mayo recipe in the very first post!

I make my own teriyaki sauce and curry sauce. For teriyaki, I use ginger, garlic, Bragg's Aminos and some WF pancake syrup (just enough to get the sweet side of teriyaki). For curry sauce, I use Vanilla RTD and curry powder.
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Franks Red Hot Sauce is great on chicken, and a new discovery for me is Ortega Green Taco Sauce, which has 10 cal. per T., but is 0 for everything else.
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My soy sauce doesn't have carbs or sugar?
I use: soy sauce, Red Hot, WF BBQ, pancake syrup and chocolate syrup.

Spices: Bragg's makes a 24 spice blend 0/0/0, also I use Adobo and various onion salt, garlic salt, hot pepper flakes, dry seasonings.

Just check the package/label
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I believe a lot of the hot sauces are 0/0/0. Most of them are made with chili, vinegar and salt and some spices. I have about 10 different kinds of hot sauce in my fridge and I use all of them Some of the WF aren't too bad. If you haven't tried the thick and spicy bbq sauce it is yummy!
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Old 10-04-2012, 03:14 PM   #7
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Not all soya sauce has sugar. You just have to look.

I went to Safeway last week and they had at least 15 different kinds of soya sauce, and only one that I found didn't have sugar listed. I believe it is the Kikkoman brand.
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Does anybody make creamy sauces (like alfredo) using skim milk and/or non-fat Greek yogurt and/or cream cheese? It seems like most of the recipes I've seen call for the addition of flour to thicken the sauce. I bought some coconut flour and xanthan gum yesterday to try them out. Has anybody used them as thickening agents for sauces?
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Does anybody make creamy sauces (like alfredo) using skim milk and/or non-fat Greek yogurt and/or cream cheese? It seems like most of the recipes I've seen call for the addition of flour to thicken the sauce. I bought some coconut flour and xanthan gum yesterday to try them out. Has anybody used them as thickening agents for sauces?
I haven't B/c no dairy on phase 1
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You can look into lite soy sauce and should be fine
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Does anybody make creamy sauces (like alfredo) using skim milk and/or non-fat Greek yogurt and/or cream cheese? It seems like most of the recipes I've seen call for the addition of flour to thicken the sauce. I bought some coconut flour and xanthan gum yesterday to try them out. Has anybody used them as thickening agents for sauces?
Unfortunately none of those things are allowed on IP phase 1. Not even the coconut flour.
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