Fight Back Friday June 25th

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Welcome back to yet 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.

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

Today, I’m sharing about the Proposed 2010 USDA Dietary Guidelines. Just when you thought they couldn’t get any worse, they do!

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While I adore hats & happy skirts, nothing inspires me quite like geeking out over nutrition & sustainable agriculture.
My name is Kristen Michaelis, author extraordinaire and rebel with a cause.

Comments

  1. says

    I got mustard greens this week in my CSA and needed to cook them in a way that was palatable (I find them overly peppery for my taste, usually). I came across a fat free vegan recipe for mustard greens and chickpeas, and converted it to something much more healthy and nourishing! It turned out great! I even ate it with a couple of fried pastured eggs the next day and it was a fabulous lunch dish. Thanks again for hosting this carnival, Kristen!
    .-= Meg´s last blog post …Balsamic-Glazed Chickpeas and Mustard Greens =-.

  2. says

    Hello, thank you for hosting this week again Kristen! This week, I’m posting a potato salad with a lemon dressing which is really refreshing. If you want more ‘zing’ to the flavor, just add more lemon juice.

    have a blessed weekend!
    carmen

  3. says

    Chickens are ace! We’ve got a flock of 11 and I love observing them go about their buisness of pecking, preening and sunbathing (what a life!) We just had four new baby chicks hatch out last week and I’m sure there’s no better entertainment! And you’re definitely right about the eggs :)

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  4. liz says

    going out on a limb here, hoping some one can help me..

    I’m a really poor 24 year old full time college and fast food worker. I’ve always been more health conscious than my peers, but I’m experiencing a lot of trouble taking it to the next level.

    I’ve tried attending some lectures and classes given by the local ‘nutrition’ groups, but they all end up being vegan-ish, and the amount of soy and fake food they eat doesn’t sit well with me.

    I’ve planted my own garden, but I don’t expect it to yield anything for a few months. Local farmers markets won’t pop up for a few weeks. All of the natural animal farms are over an hour away, and I honestly can’t afford to drive there regularly enough to provide just myself with milk, eggs, and dairy (I’ve tried).

    If anyone is willing to get a few more details and help guide me, please email me at [email protected] or [email protected].

  5. says

    I think that this post will make everyone want chickens :)
    My sister has chicken and I just think that they are so neat. My parents are getting some soon and my 3 year old and I cant wait.
    Last night for dinner I cooked up some of mt sisters chicken eggs for dinner and the hubby looked at me and said something is different. Good different. They were bright yellow and had great flavor.
    Yeah for chickens!!!

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  6. says

    a $1 dozen?

    What a horrible price for the hardships that those poor commercial raised birds have to endure….we should all be paying more in money for the forgiveness of the torturous life they live.

    Backyard chickens are awesome to have. They are happy as they scavenge and chase bugs. I know I feel better knowing that some of the food I eat is treated with respect, too.

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  7. says

    I can’t believe that you only charge $2 a dozen! To get farm fresh eggs out here (in Colorado) (they are organic though) is $4.50 a dozen! All the more reasons I want chickens, though we are limited to 4 hens, in our city :( I know once I get 4, I’m going to want a bunch more… I guess we just don’t belong in suburbia! thanks for the post- very informative!

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  8. says

    Hi. I saw your post on Fight Back Friday. I absolutely LOVE raising chickens. Having fresh, real eggs available is pure joy. Its a great place to start if you want to eat healthier, support humane animal husbandry and grow your own food. I’m glad to know I’m in good company!

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  9. says

    Thanks so much for the great information about backyard chickens. I have been thinking about getting some and I’ll be going to your blog for references. I love your blog and have really enjoyed reading it. I look forward to every new post!

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