I’ve listed the less common ingredients here:
Brown rice syrup – a great mild replacement for a thick sweetener like honey, it’s made 100% of brown rice, so totally RP approved. You can find it on amazon, and at most “healthy” grocery stores, in the baking aisle.
Whole grain pastry flour, spelt flour – whole grain flours, can be found at most “healthy” grocery stores and online.
Beet sugar, coconut sugar – sugar alternatives – can be found at most “healthy” grocery stores, and online. (Admittedly, plenty of debate as to whether or not these alternatives are better than cane sugar. Certainly not an RP approved ingredient, which is why these recipes aren’t meant for every day fat loss, but while maintaining or muscle gain!)
Date sugar – very interesting ingredient as it can be used as an alternative to sugar, but it is actually just ground up dates. It’s lower in carbs, but you can’t just swap it 1:1 for any recipe for sugar. You’ll need to experiment with it as it does have, in my opinion, a pretty strong and “earthy” flavor profile, not a good match in all recipes.
Coconut oil – Please note that coconut oil is high in saturated fats, so it’s not recommended by RP for frequent consumption. You'll see that I use it in a lot of the recipes in this book, because, well, it’s a really tasty fat, and a lot of these recipes aren’t meant for every day!
Lakanto – monkfruit sweetener – comes in white/brown dried and a liquid version. I buy mine online. It’s another sugar replacement.
Flavor emulsions – highly concentrated flavorings. Some are designed specifically for cold or frozen dishes, while others are okay being heated in a recipe. You can find these online.
SF syrups – there are a few brands out there, I tend to use Torani the most.
SF pancake syrup – different from SF syrup in my recipes! I usually use whatever I find in my main grocery store.
Avocado mayo (regular and spicy versions) – store bought.
Cacao and cacao nibs – healthier, but less sweet chocolate alternatives – can be found at most “healthy” grocery stores, in the baking aisle.
I don’t use:
Butter, cane sugar, straight Stevia, white flour, honey, chocolate or chocolate chips