Please note: I have used these items (or similar ones, such as a different brand of unsalted nuts, etc.) with no problems. However, as with any prepared food on the SCD, each person needs to decide what they want to include in their diet, whether they can personally tolerate an SCD-legal food, and whether they want to write a letter to the manufacturer to verify that all ingredients are SCD-legal. For a sample letter, click here.
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I received email confirmation from the owner of Simple Squares that they contain vanilla with no sugar added, and all SCD-legal ingredients with good manufacturing practices to clean equipment between batches. (Of course, the Cho-Coco flavor would not be SCD-legal.)
Serving is about 3 Tbs.
5 lb. of almond flour
Wait to enjoy coconut flour until you've been on the diet 3 mo.+
Hazelnuts / Filberts
French navy beans, 25 pounds
I buy Larabars that don't have any natural flavors or concentrates. These are a few of the flavors.
While most decaffeinated tea might not be SCD-legal due to the chemicals used to decaffeinate it, the Twinings website indicates that they use liquid carbon dioxide that leaves no residue, to decaffeinate their tea. Therefore, this looks legal. I have used this tea with no problems.
Stretch Island uses fruit puree concentrates and except for the lemon concentrate or natural flavors, have proven to be legal. If in doubt, wait and use with caution after you are well healed. I have been able to use these.