Real Food Wednesday 7/7/10


It’s that crazy time of the week where you entice us with your links and comments to go check out your blogs and your great REAL FOOD tips and ideas!

What to remember:

  1. A link back to this post please. (Blog carnival etiquette you know!)
  2. Retweet and stumble this post and also any sites you visit – this will get more exposure to all of us, thank you!
  3. Don’t have a blog?  We still want to hear from you!  Please leave your tips or recipes in the comments.

You’re up, and we can’t wait to see your stuff!



  1. says

    I’ve done enough roasting and toasting in this summer heat, I don’t need to do any more in the kitchen, and that’s how my chilled coconut green curry soup came to be.

    Thank you for hosting, Kelly. This is such a fun gathering place.

  2. says

    Posting on one of my favorite topics – coconut! Sorry about the double link. The first one I put my name instead of the name of the post. Thanks for hosting.

  3. says

    Kelly, your “butter fight” story is amazing! Kids need good fats! Coincidentally, my post this week is about how Europeans and Americans used to eat traditional bread and pastured butter at every meal for their health.

  4. says

    I was afraid of kohlrabi until I came across two simple and delicious recipes. Now I can’t get enough of this green bulb vegetable! Recipes and step by step photos for those of you who are also new to kohlrabi.

  5. says

    Hi there!! This is my first time posting on Real Food Wednesdays and I think I messed up, ha!! Anyway, I am Lydia #19 and I am contributing a recipe for an awesome chocolate cake roll, gluten free, low carb, low sugar and pretty nourishing!!! Let me know how I can edit my entry to say what my contribution is, Thanks!!!

  6. says

    I posted about the food I brought for camping this past weekend. Except for sweet potato, this follows the SCD and GAPS grain-free diets.

  7. says

    My post is all about nuts. Over the past few weeks I have been going nuts about nuts nutrition (ha! really though…) and decided to layout then nutrition and release my thoughts on it all. This is part 1 and part 2 will be released in the near future.

    What is your favorite nut? Why?

  8. says

    How many of you have counted calories at some point or another? And how many have done a Google search to find a calculator that would tell them how many calories they need every day? My bet is everyone. Why? Because I’ve done the same thing! But the fact is all those numbers are pointless, and that’s what I’m discussing in today’s post.

  9. says

    I posted one of my favorite last minute meals when I don’t have time to prepare in advance- crispy pizza. (Gluten-free, though not SCD or GAPS). I am also doing a 4 cheese sampler giveaway from 5 Spoke Creamery. Just leave a comment on my blog to enter.

  10. says

    Hi Kelly! I just got back from being away and trying to catch up today, so sorry my link is a bit late! Writing about the wealth of information in the sidebar of the Nourishing Traditions cookbook this week! Thanks for sharing your awesome space with us! :) Alex

  11. says

    Thanks for hosting again Kelly. I enjoy being able to read and other people’s posts. So much to try and so much to learn.

    This week’s post: Crustless Quiche, maybe i should have called it something else, we love eating it for lunch or dinner, its such a flexible recipe.


  12. says

    Better late than never? Even with a title like “Karen?” Okay, I don’t much know what I’m doing in the blogosphere, but I’m learning. Next time I’ll know to put more than just my name! Anyway, I blogged about my frugal sourdough starter that is ready to use in 7 days and doesn’t require throwing out half the starter every day. Thanks for letting me participate in Real Food Wednesday. :)

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