Quote: “I see you put apple cider vinegar mustard in the allowed foods list. Was this supposed to mean apple cider vinegar and mustard are allowed or is there such a thing as ACV mustard?”
Reply: Yes, there is such a thing as ACV mustard. http://www.edenfoods.com/store/product_info.php?cPath=26_49&products_id=102350
Regular distilled white vinegar should not be consumed on the diet.
Quote: “Does the coconut flour have a ton of carbs or is it comparable to regular flour? I’m also a type II diabetic and have to watch the carbs. So far on this diet that hasn’t been a problem. I haven’t taken any of my medication while on the diet and my blood sugars have been perfect.”
Reply: That sounds fantastic. Being a diabetic you probably know that there are basically two types of carbohydrates; digestible and non-digestible. There are only three grams of digestible carbohydrates in one cup of coconut, the remainder being non-digestible. Both coconut and coconut flour are natural low-carb, high-fiber foods suitable for low-carbohydrate diets such as a diabetic diet.