Real Food Wednesday 4/28/10

Real Food Wednesdays

Happy Real Food Wednesday! You know what to do, add your links or comments and continue the Real Food Revolution – think of it as Jamie Oliver PLUS saturated fats!  :)

Just in case this is your first time, please read the Real Food Wednesday rules and brush up on your blog carnival etiquette before adding your link. Remember if you don’t have a blog, leave your tips or recipes or whatever is on your mind in the comments.

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Comments

  1. says

    I shared a recipe for mustard greens with one of my favorite treats: lacto-fermented garlic. It’s so yummy, I eat it right out of the jar, and it was perfect with these beautiful greens from the farmer’s market.

  2. says

    Hi, Kelly! This week I’m sharing something I learned from Julie at Cultures for Health — how to dehydrate dairy kefir grains. I’m sharing grains with my eCourse members, and also putting up grains for the future “just in case.”

  3. says

    I’ve been blogging about butter (and the importance of good fats) for almost two years now. Finally mainstream media/science is catching up.

  4. says

    “Grassfed meat is so expensive!” But, with my Grassfed Steak Salad recipe I serve some really delicious steak to 7 of us (with leftovers) for only $3.75 a serving!

  5. says

    Hi, Kelly!
    I wrote about struggling with the “reality” of Real Foods this week. I don’t know how many other people have had trouble eating more whole foods that we can recognize, but it has been a learning experience for me!

  6. says

    I am by no means a kefir-making pro (I killed my last batch of grains!) but I wanted to introduce the idea of homemade kefir to my fellow cellulite investigators because digestion is such an important part of treating cellulite. Plus, many of them haven’t heard of kefir before and they’re still relying on fiber supplements or colon cleanse products to keep things running smoothly. If you have any tips on making your own kefir, I’d love to hear them!

  7. says

    I linked up a post about making mayonnaise using a stick blender. This method is so easy, I really wanted to share it! Takes about 1 minute to make mayonnaise and no fussing with dribbling the oil in.

  8. says

    I submitted a recipe for “New Mama Cookies” (aka lactation cookies). My baby isn’t due for a few weeks but I put them away in the freezer so they will be ready if I need them. (Well, of course I had to sample a few and they are pretty tasty!)

  9. says

    Today I’m hosting a weight loss grammar session, so to speak. Lesson 1: D-I-E-T spelling FAMINE. This is something I’ve really been convinced about over the last several months, and I now believe conventional dieting is the last thing anyone should do to lose weight.

  10. says

    Hi! In the middle of raising two lovely teenaged daughters and doing my best to help them balance “social” food with good building blocks–so my article today is about healthy foods for teens and what to avoid so they can grow healthy and strong!

  11. says

    Sausage, Biscuits and Eggs – a great meal for anytime of the day – updated with pictures. These really are deliciously light and fluffy soaked whole grain biscuits.

    Blessings,
    Connie

  12. says

    I’ve started planning my meals for the week, so that I can guarantee I’ll be eating the way I want, which is full of nourishing, real food! I’m running again (training for a short race in 3 months), so the food I put in my body has heightened importance as far as nutrition goes. So far, so good! I’ve also included a recipe for delicious garlic lemon greens, yum!

  13. says

    I had to shut down my blog rather suddenly, so maybe it would be best if my link was removed (the mustard green recipe). If anyone visits my blog they’ll just get an error message. Sorry!

  14. says

    I’ve been “stalking” your site for a while. It’s my new fav nutrition site, next to the Weston Price Foundation site! I really appreciate the service you provide with the recipes and the organization of all this information — thank you! I’m participating in Real Food Wednesday for the first time this week.

  15. says

    Hi everyone!

    This is my first RFW too, and I am linking up my first post on Real Food that I’ve done. It’s basically the beginning of my journey to real food that we’ve recently begun in our family. Hopefully this is the right sort of thing to be adding to this carnival! (My link is #54 – redandhoney).

    Cheers :)

  16. says

    This is my first linking here for my new blog about GF lifestyle. I blogged about a class I’m going to for GF cooking at a five star restaurant. The chef gave me permission to post his recipes in the blog. Enjoy!

  17. says

    Exploring cooking as a transformational act, drawing the parallel between how we approach cooking and how we approach life. And a recipe for fermented nut ‘cheese’.

    Enjoy!

  18. says

    Posting late, but this week’s entry is about the “Retire Ronald” (as in McDonald) campaign and how food marketing and parental responsibility intersect.

    Spoonfed: Raising kids to think about the food they eat

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