Fight Back Friday April 1st

Welcome back yet again to another Fight Back Friday! Today we are bringing together another collection of recipes, tips, anecdotes, and testimonies from members of the Real Food Revolution.

Who are they? Why, they’re the Food Renegades. You know who you are — lovers of SOLE (Sustainable, Organic, Local, and Ethical) food, traditional food, primal food, REAL food, the list goes on. I believe that by joining together, our influence can grow, and we can change the way America (and the industrialized world) eats!

So, let’s have some fun.

If you want to participate but aren’t sure how, please read these guidelines for how Fight Back Fridays will work.

Please be courteous and use your BEST blog carnival manners! In the very least, that means remember the two most important things you can do:

  1. Share a relevant post from your blog with us using the McLinky Widget below (don’t just link to your blog’s home page).
  2. In your post, be sure to link back to this post (not the Food Renegade home page) so that your readers can have access to all the information and encouragement we’ll be sharing.

Please also feel free to make use of any of the banners below by saving the image to your desktop then uploading it to your own server. (You don’t have to use them, but they’re there for you!)

If you don’t have a blog but are interested in joining the conversation, you can leave your comments below!

This week, I’m hosting a GIVEAWAY for Ghee from grass-fed cows AND sharing video testimonial about reversing food allergies.

I can’t wait to see what you all share!

Fight Back Friday Banners

PLEASE NOTE: The smaller banners are also available as badges/buttons for your sites over on my sidebar so that you can sport your Real Food Lovin’ Pride and inspire others to join us in the Real Food Revolution. Just copy the code and paste it into your sidebar. (Again, you don’t have to use them to participate in the carnival.)


    • says

      THANK YOU Katie!! I am so glad I decided to actually click on a link shared in this blog carnival. I am going to make ground beef jerky this weekend!!!!!!! This will be huge VERY SOON once I begin to travel.

      How long do you think it will last? In the fridge and if its setting out?

      I am linking to a post where I discuss 5 reasons why one should buy Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meals NOW! It is soooooooooo much better than Marks first cookbook. And, I LOVED his first cookbook!

  1. says

    Thanks for hosting! I always learn something new. I linked a post on how to cook organic dry beans fairly quickly. It is so much more frugal and less wasteful to buy organic dry beans by the pound instead of canned beans.

  2. says

    I shared my Coconut Zucchini Muffins with a video. I also shared an article about food dyes. I hope you like them. Thanks for hosting!

  3. says

    My post this week is about a Canadian doctor who’s been noticing the different diseases people get if they’re living in a “modern” setting as opposed to tribal. Sounds like a certain dentist from the past century…

  4. says

    As always, thank you, Kristen, for hosting your blog carnival! Great stuff!! This week I am back on my soapbox to (continue to) sound off about the U.S. government’s fight against raw milk. It is a subject dear to my heart, because my life has been affected greatly by milk (positively by raw milk and negatively by pasteurized milk). Thanks again! ~Karen

  5. says

    Hi! I am sharing my recipe for Pork Chops With Apples And Almonds. This meal is perfect for our soon to come hot weather because it is all done on top of your stove- no oven required!
    Thanks for hosting!

  6. says

    Thanks, Kristen. I’m posting this week about two bits of bad news: The FDA, after two days of hearings, has decided to do exactly nothing about artificial colors in our food supply. The Girl Scouts, meanwhile, keep digging a hole on palm oil, refusing to acknowledge its role in rainforest destruction.

    But the post also includes a fabulous open letter from a Scout leader who makes a compelling case for the organization to practice the values it preaches.

    Spoonfed: Raising kids to think about the food they eat

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