Fight Back Friday August 27th

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).
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  1. says

    I’ve got a tasty veggie bake this week that flavours itself completely naturally. You don’t even need salt or pepper on this one. I guarantee you’ll love it!

  2. says

    I’m posting this week about making school food not only healthful, but also sustainable, chemical-free and ethical. An excerpt:

    “If we’re going to raise a nation of thinking eaters — indeed, a nation of truly healthy kids — schools need to move beyond calorie count and replacing white bread with wheat. They need to ask hard questions about how they source their food and what’s in it.”

    .-= Christina @ Spoonfed´s last blog post …School food- Beyond swapping white for wheat =-.

  3. says

    I have never been known for having a particularly green thumb, but I’ve grown so much of my own yummy produce this year, and it was much, much easier than I ever dreamed it could be. I’ve linked to my blog post “If I Can Garden, Anyone Can Garden” to encourage EVERYONE to try growing their own stuff whether they have a lot of space, or hardly any at all!

  4. says

    I’m so glad I found your blog. My last blog post was about real food and how to know if what your eating is real. Ok, it is more about questioning the validity of waht constitutes real and healthy food and the frustration I am having over this issue. I will be checking back often and reading more of your posts!
    .-= Amy´s last blog post …Real Food =-.

  5. says

    Hi Kristen,
    I adapted a creme brulee recipe from Ina Garten on my post- she uses a whole egg instead of the classic all yolk version. It also works great as a coconut milk custard.

    (I’m also doing a giveaway this week for a recipe management software for mac that I use that helps me organize all the great recipes I find online.)
    .-= Lisa @ Real Food Digest´s last blog post …Manage Your Online Recipe Collection – Plus Software GiveAway!! =-.

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