Real Food Wednesday 3/17/2010

Real Food Wednesdays

Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Real Food Wednesday everyone!

I have a couple new posts to share:

  • st. patricks day snack One is a bit about St. Patrick at my other blog and a neat St. Patrick’s day recipe, too.  (Aren’t these cute?)
  • I also put up a post with a link to the fermented cranberry relish recipe that everyone is always asking me about.  (Now it will be easier to find.)

Your turn!

Please read here if you are new to Real Food Wednesdays and wonder about blog carnival etiquette.  Thanks!

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Comments

  1. says

    Thank you for hosting, Kelly. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In honor of the holiday, I’ve linked to a very green recipe – Parslied Potato Soup. It’s a light and flavorful soup for springtime, which is also very inexpensive to make.

  2. says

    Hi, Kelly! This week I’m sharing my thoughts about why I decided to make liver part of our diet; in short, I’m considering it an early (and inexpensive) investment in avoiding orthodontics at a later age. :)

    (Thanks for linking my fermented cranberry relish – I’m glad you liked it!)

  3. says

    ok, i’m kicking myself for not already knowing about the bell pepper rings as shamrocks. awesome real green food for st. patty’s day! i posted a round of up real food green recipes, give me a buzz if you want me to include this in the round up.
    http://foodwithkidappeal.blogspot.com/2010/03/green-food-st-patricks-day-recipe.html

    this week i’m sharing quinoa breakfast cereal, and i’m hoping some real foodies will come let me know what NT says about soaking quinoa. according to WHFoods.org it is not a grain, but a relative to leafy greens. does that mean it contains less phytic acid, thus does not require soaking?

  4. says

    In his March 16, 2010 “Breakpoint” radio broadcast, Charles Colson slams the anti-GMO movement as being the result of an anti-human worldview. In “An Open Letter to Chuck Colson on the lost hope of GMO” I present a very pro-human Christian response.

  5. Alex says

    Kelly, i dont know how to send you an email directly–or if there is a real food/traditional foods forum where people discuss things–but my friend just sent me a link to a HUGE hydrolyzed vegetable protien recall and she was all scared–and i was like–sorry you are scared but i havent touched a single product like that in years…here is a link to some information…http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/05/health/policy/05food.html

    have a good real food wednesday!

  6. says

    Kelly, You inspired my post today by sharing Ocean of Joy’s pickled cranberries! I decided to share my pickled cucumbers and links to other cool recipes and facts about fermenting foods!

    Kimberly

  7. says

    I finally got around to posting my favorite vegetable recipes (all follow GAPS and SCD diets) including making butternut squash in the crockpot!

  8. says

    Those of you that either buy or raise you rown farm fresh eggs, will understand the frustration of trying to peel hard boiled eggs that are very fresh and have extra thick and hard shells.
    I found a simple solution to the problem!

  9. says

    Hi, I’ve got a new blog & shared about making blender pancakes. You can make them using a variety of whole grains (not flour). I love it!

  10. says

    This is the first time I’ve participated in Real Food Wednesday! I got curious about all the different bacteria and such in yogurt, kefir, and kombucha, so I read up and wrote a post about it.

    Happy Real Food Wednesday!

  11. says

    Thanks for all the great links for real food :-)

    We made the green pepper shamrock toasties this morning. They were a hit – even with Madeline!

    I’m making a big batch of butterpoweredbike’s soup right now and went a step further, adding organic spinach and chard for more nutrients and more green!
    It’s cooking now, so we’ll see how it turns out for tonight with everyone.

    May the road rise up to meet you.
    May the wind always be at your back.
    May the sun shine warm upon your face,
    and rains fall soft upon your fields.
    And until we meet again,
    May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

  12. says

    Hi. This my first time participating in the blog carnival. Thank you for hosting, Kelly. I do enjoy reading and thought it was time to start participating. This week, I made my first successful batch of homemade yogurt. It refers back to Chanelle’s site, but sometimes people need to know it can be done. I have a lot of friends reading my site to just get started on this journey. Let me know if I linked okay.

  13. says

    I’m sharing a post from a couple of days ago about my glee in finding Real Food principles promoted in Cooking Light, of all places! Thanks for hosting!

  14. Sally says

    I just wanted to share that I prepared the Moroccan Chicken from Nourishing Traditions the other night and it was one of the best chicken dishes I have ever had! I loved the sauce so much that when the chicken was gone, I ate the remaining sauce as if it were soup!

  15. says

    This week I am excited to share a recipe using some green stuff! Spring is arriving slowly and I have been craving things like salad and spinach and all those delicious spring tonic foods.

    – RFM

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