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From the Founder: January 2024
Published on January 24, 2024

From the Founder: January 2024

Fig Updates

Dear Fig Members, I hope you’ve had a great start to 2024 and I hope you’re as excited for what’s coming this year as I am 🤩 Hint: This is the year Fig takes on restaurants in a big way. But more on that later… First, what’s new in the app this January? ✨ But […]

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Low FODMAP Chips & Salsa
Published on January 24, 2024

Low FODMAP Chips & Salsa

Low FODMAP

Whether you’re dining out at a Mexican restaurant, or looking for a satisfying savory snack, everyone loves chips and salsa! Fortunately for those following the low FODMAP diet, chips and salsa can still be enjoyed. You will just need to make a few simple modifications to ensure diet compliance. Read on to learn how to […]

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Uncovering Hidden Gluten: 10 Surprising Products to Watch Out For
Published on January 24, 2024

Uncovering Hidden Gluten: 10 Surprising Products to Watch Out For

Gluten-free

Gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, is a common component in many foods. While it’s well-known that bread and pasta contain gluten, there are several less obvious products where gluten lurks. For those with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, or those who simply choose a gluten-free lifestyle, being aware of these hidden sources […]

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Low FODMAP Tacos
Published on January 20, 2024

Low FODMAP Tacos

Low FODMAP

Between the beans, onions, garlic, and sour cream, you may think that your days of eating tacos are over when beginning the low FODMAP diet. But don’t write off tacos entirely! With a little creativity and a few simple substitutions, you can still enjoy tacos on the low FODMAP diet. Read on to learn which […]

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Navigating Dairy-Free Choices: 45 Ingredients to Avoid
Published on January 15, 2024

Navigating Dairy-Free Choices: 45 Ingredients to Avoid

Dairy-free

Opting for a dairy-free diet, whether due to allergies, lactose intolerance, or personal choice, requires vigilance in recognizing hidden dairy ingredients in foods. Here’s a list of 45 dairy-derived ingredients to look out for: According to the FIG app there are 127 ingredients to look out for when you go dairy free. It also would […]

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