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Old 09-21-2011, 02:59 PM   #1  
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Post Red Onion - was it allowed before these new protocol?

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It's a little late now, since it's already digesting but was wondering - on the old protocol of IP - was red onion allowed in the restricted veggies?

Having been on the IP program a couple of times now (only because life got in the way and I had to get off the program) - I'm back to basics. I found that I lost weight faster and more steadily on the original IP protocol (no restricteds until 100% of weight loss reached, no tomatoes, no red peppers, no brussel sprouts, no green cabbage), than compared to the new protocol (which you have to have 1 restricted per day, you can have tomatoes, all coloured peppers, brussel sprouts, green cabbage).

However, I don't have red onion listed on my 'yes' sheet for the previous protocol...and I do love it in my salad with the Soy Patties crumbled all over and drizzled in my homemade dressing...

Thanks for the feedback...
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Old 09-21-2011, 03:14 PM   #2  
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I am not quite sure about the old and new protocol differences.

All I know is that you can have raw onions but not cooked.
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I thought you could have cooked or raw onions as long as they are not carmelized?
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OT but could you post your homemade dressing recipe? I'm looking for something for salad, WF isn't cutting it.

My sheet doesn't specify red or white onion so I would assume it's allowed, but mine does say raw only (although I know some people cook them a little).
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I thought you could have cooked or raw onions as long as they are not carmelized?
The natural sugars in onions carmelize when they are cooked. I was told raw only.
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I better stop cooking my white onion to death every morning. I was going to ask my coach and forgot. They are so yummy when you really carmalize them but geeze, I knew it would be too good to be true.
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