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Can you replace the oats with almond flour in some of your recipes? If so, what amount?

We have not experimented with that substitution, but it sounds like a good one! Try using the full 2 cups of almond flour, and let us know how it goes.

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Can you substitute coconut milk for almond milk?

Yes! We love coconut milk for its high fat and protein content. It’s thick, so the recipe may need to be watered down.

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What nutritional element will I miss by cutting out the chia seeds?

The chia seeds add protein, fat, and fiber to the smoothie. They also make the smoothie more satiating, which will help stabilize your energy. Other ingredients you may substitute for the chia seeds include gro...

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What can I replace balsamic vinegar with?

Try lemon juice or another vinegar (apple-cider vinegar is great). Use 2 teaspoons and add 1 teaspoons of maple syrup.

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What is a good substitution for maple syrup?

As a maple syrup substitute, you can soak 6 pitted dates in 1/4 cup of hot water until soft, then blend in a food processor or blender.

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What is a good substitute for avocado?

In smoothie recipes, you can substitute a banana for the avocado and omit the sweetener, like dates or maple syrup. In entrees and salads, you can add a handful of nuts or seeds to amp up the fat and protein co...

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Do you recommend tofu if it is non-gmo and organic?

Our barre3 nutrition philosophy recommends eating food in their whole, unprocessed form for maximum nutritional benefit. So when it comes to soy, we recommend edamame or soybeans. Tofu is the processed form ...

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Is it possible for the non-vegetarian recipes to be made vegetarian?

There are many options for vegetarians with our barre3 recipes, and we are more than happy to help! You can start off by substituting any meats with beans or nuts. In addition, you can omit meat altogether or s...

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When I use meatless, fat-free bones I still get a lot of fat in the bone broth. Where does this fat come from, and should I skim this off when the broth has cooled and the fat is solid?

That’s bone marrow—it’s an incredibly nutrient-dense super food containing fat, protein, and a very high content of fat soluble vitamins. Don't be afraid of fat. It’s good for you! We need fat to make all of ou...

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