Real Food Wednesday 11/11/09 – Please Facebook, Stumble & Tweet (More Conference Scoop, too…)

November 11, 2009 · 34 comments

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NEED YOUR HELP…PRETTY PLEASE

Real Foodie Readers: please talk about this on FACEBOOK, give it a STUMBLE (it’s easy when you download the toolbar) & RETWEET this post using the button to the right – it will draw more readers to all our posts.  Also, as many of the posts below that you can Tweet about and Stumble would be greatly appreciatedIt will really help me out, because I’m crazy busy getting ready to leave tomorrow for four days (going to Chicago for the WAP conference!) and I don’t know how many of your posts I’ll be able to get to this week.  Thank you for your help and understanding.  :)

WISE TRADITIONS CONFERENCE EXCITEMENT

By the way, read more about all the upcoming excitement at the Weston A. Price/Wise Traditions conference that begins on Friday!  Jenny lays it all out for you so you know what to expect from all of us Real Food Media bloggers who will be there this weekend.  You can find out how to “virtually” attend the conference if you can’t be there yourself and how to jump into the fun on Twitter right along with us.  Jenny explains how.

OUR NEW POSTS TODAY:

  • Ann Marie/CHEESESLAVE has some super exciting news this week.  If you didn’t read about it already, be sure to check it out.  Don’t forget:  she’ll be hosting Real Food Wednesday next week.
  • My new post today is announcing the WINNER of the $99.95 Tub of Beef Tallow .  Also, for those who didn’t win, U.S. Wellness Meats has provided a 15% off coupon, which I’ll be using for my own honking pail of fat, woohoo!  :)
  • Hopefully you have some REAL FOOD posts with recipes or comments to share today!Don’t have a blog?

    We still want to hear from you in the comments below!  :)

    Now add your link to spread the word about REAL FOOD!  Please remember your blog carnival manners: always link back to this post in your post.

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    1 Deborah November 11, 2009 at 12:54 am

    In this week’s post, I link back to several of my favorite breakfast recipes! Enjoy!

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    2 Dawn @ SmallFootprintFamily November 11, 2009 at 2:58 am

    The winter of greens and roots is just beginning, and we have an abundance of kale and bok choi we put to good use in this delicious end-of-autumn slaw.

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    3 leah November 11, 2009 at 6:53 am

    I posted about an article on Yahoo health that actually had some good things to say!

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    4 Melissa @CelluliteInvestigation November 11, 2009 at 7:15 am

    My post is an interview with Connie Leas, the author of “Fat: It’s Not What You Think.” You can tell from the interview why her book is so “commonsensical,” as she would say.

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    5 JC November 11, 2009 at 9:08 am

    Mennonite Fried Apples

    This is an old Mennonite recipe from my great-grandmother, Sarah F. Swartzendruber (1879-1962) who lived in Kalona, Iowa. Fried apples are a real comfort food and a wonderful change from

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    6 Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free November 11, 2009 at 9:16 am

    This week I have a post about peeling & preparing a butternut squash. I didn’t know how many people were unfamiliar with squash until I started posting squash recipes. I thought everyone used them. So, I prepared an illustrated, step-by-step guide to peeling squash.

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    7 Local Nourishment November 11, 2009 at 10:06 am

    Scientists have decided it’s time to enhance ice cream with the big three: antioxidants, dietary fiber and probiotics. You don’t need that. All you need is a good recipe. I have one.

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    8 Winkyboy November 11, 2009 at 10:17 am

    “Guiding you toward raw and organic food with Chocolate Crunch Salad”

    I went looking for an old recipe I’d found, modified, and loved – but had a really hard time finding it again, and since it’s an inspiringly-delicious one, it’s a good starting point for your friends who might still be stuck on processed foods.

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    9 Pamela @ Seeds of Nutrition November 11, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Today’s post I am sharing about ” Making our Cupboards more Healthy! MSG and more………”.

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    10 Andrea/True Nourishment November 11, 2009 at 12:12 pm

    Today I make a case for NOT counting calories. Enjoy :-).

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    11 Sheri @ Moms for Safe Food November 11, 2009 at 12:27 pm

    Today’s article is about how organic & commercial flax is getting contaminated by gmo flax.

    Sheri
    http://momsforsafefood.org/Blog/Entries/2009/11/9_Entry_1.html

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    12 Millie November 11, 2009 at 12:48 pm

    I do alot of creative cooking here. Which means I don’t really follow recipes just ideas or formulas. Today I’m sharing a formula for casseroles. Casseroles are a great way to use up leftovers and one of our Comfort Foods. The casserole formula allows you to use the ingredients you have on hand. Less waste and less money in the end.

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    13 Mindy November 11, 2009 at 1:46 pm

    Sourdough breaks down the phytic acid on grains to make it easier to digest. I soak as many grains as I can to improve digestion and absorbsion of nutirents. Check out the recipes!

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    14 Iris November 11, 2009 at 5:55 pm

    My link this week is about the importance of breakfast, and some of my favorite breakfast ideas

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    15 Ren November 11, 2009 at 9:32 pm

    Chili con Calabaza Asada (Roasted Pumpkin Chili), oven-roasted pumpkin, fried pork belly, fresh & dried chiles, onions, toasted corn, cumin and oregano..

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    16 Greenearth November 11, 2009 at 11:30 pm

    Some great posts here. Heading off now to read as many as able.

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    17 kc @ Living it up Corn Free November 12, 2009 at 2:37 am

    My new post is about our love affair with fresh ginger featuring a ginger tea recipe. This ginger tea recipe is a great cold/flu medicine alternative for anyone who avoids polysyllabic corn derivatives.

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    18 JC November 12, 2009 at 10:43 am

    WAPF Conference Internet sale is going on right now at Green Pasture’s.

    I’m not affiliated with Green Pasture’s, but love their products and have been hoping they’d have a sale soon — like NOW! See below from their website:

    Our sales office will be closed Wed the 11th through Mon the 16th. This is a great opportunity for all customers to realized big savings. The prices reflected on the order/checkout screen are the sale prices. This Internet sale offers typical savings of 25-45% off the standard retail price on many selected items. Our system does not display the regular and sale price. The display price is the sale price.

    Product catigories where BIG savings can be found include: Butter oil, Fermented Cod Liver Oil, Coconut Oil and Coconut Ghee.

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    19 Elizabeth from The Nourished Life November 12, 2009 at 1:09 pm

    Today I made a post about one of the easiest real food tips you can try (if you haven’t already): switch to butter! I’m surprised how many people haven’t made the switch to real butter, yet. There’s still a lot of misinformation out there about how healthy butter really is! I don’t know about you, but using butter as the fat in almost any recipe improves the flavor tenfold!

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    20 Brenda December 27, 2009 at 9:28 am

    I am thrilled that I found my way here!!!!!

    I’m a newbie attending the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

    Not too sure how this works so forgive me if I goof:)

    Please see me article – its my free 7 Tips on How to Awaken from Your Sugar Coma.
    http://womenonwellness.com/

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