Real Food Wednesday June 24th, 2009

June 24, 2009 · 36 comments

kk_rfw.jpg Wonder why you should bother joining in on a blog carnival?

A few of us Real Food Media bloggers Stumble (and often Tweet, too) all the participants in our Real Food Wednesday and Fight Back Friday carnivals.  This means that if you add your post to one of these carnivals (use Mr. Linky below), you’ll get some great traffic days there! 

Read the cute comment from Charles in the comments at Monday’s post: 

“About your offer to stumble, tweet, etc. Kristen did that for me this past Friday and let me tell you: the response has been OVERWHELMING! And it has not died down yet! You gals at Real Food Media ROCK! Have a great week and happy blogging!”

Not a blogger?  No worries!

If you don’t have a blog, just leave your Real Food tips and ideas in the comments!

Remember your blog carnival etiquette and always link back to this post so your readers can learn more, too!

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    1 Kimberly Hartke June 24, 2009 at 12:27 am

    Thanks for another great blog carnival, Kelly! This weeks entry is an article about Spelt flour, a healthy wheat alternative for baking!

    Kimberly

    Kimberly Hartke

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    2 Stacy June 24, 2009 at 7:05 am

    I’ve been looking forward to this week’s carnival! I posted my strawberry rhubarb crisp recipe. YUM!

    Stacy

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    3 Sustainable Suppers June 24, 2009 at 10:12 am

    Thank you for hosting, Kelly! I’m a bit late to the party but hope to contribute to the conversation, especially about NAIS.

    Sustainable Suppers

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    4 Michelene Fitzgerald June 24, 2009 at 11:12 am

    I love reading your blog Kelly. It is great to find others of like mind. I often feeling like a nutritional outcast in my daily life. We substitute lots of “good stuff”into recipes. I appreciate all of your input. Thanks for sharing your expertise.

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    5 Raine Saunders June 24, 2009 at 11:30 am

    My post is about the dangers of antibiotics in the foods we eat – meat and produce alike. There are some statistics about antibiotic use(both for medical and raising food) to illustrate how widespread this phenomenon is, as well as tips to avoid foods containing antibiotics. Thanks for Real Food Wednesdays, Kelly!

    Raine Saunders

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    6 Zachary Cohen June 24, 2009 at 11:33 am

    In this weeks post I identify several ways in which the progressive food movement is beginning to coalesce and gain strength. Recent developments such the release of 2 movies, more frequent health scares, and progress on the idea of Big Agriculture as working in opposition to America’s best interersts. Thanks for the carnival. I so appreciate it!

    Zachary Cohen

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    7 Catherine June 24, 2009 at 11:44 am

    This week I made a yummy liver recipe. This recipe could possibly be kid friendly. ;)

    Catherine

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    8 Lee June 24, 2009 at 12:24 pm

    Thanks for the carnival! My post this week is about the joys of garlic scapes. Enjoy!

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    9 Millie June 24, 2009 at 1:18 pm

    I’m very excited to participate for the first time this week! My family is in the process of changing over to a more traditional diet. My post talks about the baby steps that we have made this week. Thanks for the carnival!

    Millie

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    10 Jennifer Joyner June 24, 2009 at 3:43 pm

    Love this carnival! My post this week is about the joys of cooking potatoes in bacon fat :) Yummy!

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    11 Maureen Jeanson June 24, 2009 at 7:08 pm

    Long time reader, first time poster ;)
    I love the added tips in this carnival–you don’t even notice there are no rides! :)
    I added in my new found favorite picnic or party bring along that is gluten free, whole foods and healthy–oh yeah and it tastes awesome!

    Maureen Jeanson

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    12 Ren June 24, 2009 at 7:32 pm

    Thanks for hosting another great carnival, Kelly!

    Today I’ve made a Southwest version of one of our oldest traditional foods, Three Sisters Succotash.

    Ren

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    13 Alyss June 24, 2009 at 8:07 pm

    I wrote up my pickle method the way I wrote up sauerkraut a few months ago. Go check it out, and come back tomorrow for photos! :)
    http://realfoodmyway.blogspot.com/2009/06/of-probiotics-and-pickles.html

    Alyss

    Alyss

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    14 Kelly June 24, 2009 at 8:09 pm

    I just stumbled all of you and thoroughly enjoyed checking all your posts out!!! Thanks everyone. :)

    Kelly p.s. I’ll stumble any new ones, too, so if you haven’t posted yet, feel free to jump in!

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    15 Sheri June 24, 2009 at 8:11 pm

    A recipe for our favorite summer cake.

    Thanks for hosting!
    :-)
    Sheri

    http://momsforsafefood.org/Blog/Entries/2009/6/8_Entry_1.html

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    16 Caroline June 24, 2009 at 9:26 pm

    Thanks :D I posted some recipes and tips for eating TF on a budget. (they’re also good life on a budget for newbie tips in general, as well as for TF).

    Caroline

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