Fight Back Friday March 12th

Welcome to yet another Fight Back Friday! Today we’re 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:

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

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Fight Back Fridays Participants

1. Mindful Eats (Is Soy/Tofu Good or Bad for You?)
2. Caveman Sam
3. Dawn @ Farm to Table – S.510 Could Kill the Real Food Movement
4. Small Footprint Mama
5. frugalcrunchychristy(super easy dinner rolls)
6. Kitchen Stewardship (What’s the latest on Sprouting vs. Soaking for PHYTATES)
7. Earth Friendly Goodies (BPA Free Kid Dishes)
8. Local Nourishment (NYC schools ban food at bake sales)
9. The Kathleen Show (VIDEO: Green Tea Taste Test)
10. NOW I LOVE FERMENTED VEGETABLES! Kelly the Kitchen Kop
11. lacto ferments from Cori @ Starting the Farm
12. Stan @ Tender Grassfed Meat (Stop S.510: Save Organic Food)
13. The Local Cook (Sprout Hummus)
14. Ellen@BodyEarth (Sprouted Wheat Pumpkin Raisin Muffins)
15. Ben (Deoiling Afghanistan)
16. The Elusive Anti-Cellulite Diet (Melissa @Cellulite Investigation)
17. Kali Lilla (Why I’m No Longer Vegan)
18. Kids Make Beet Salad
19. Winnie@Healthy Green Kitchen (Homemade Chicken Stock)
20. Dr. Ayala (Misleading health claims finally under fire)
21. Katy@ThoughtForFood (Fighting the Food Pyramid)
22. Shelley @ Authentic Homemade/MAHM (Food safety act s510, again)
23. Steve @ Flicker’s Lair (Bread Baking Adventures)
24. Inspired Homemaking (Soaked Oats w/ Tasty Variations!)
25. Hallie @ Daily Bites (Zesty Coconut Cookies)
26. Sara Hatch [I’m New] (Brandied Chicken Drumsticks)
27. Health Home and Happiness (Real Food Fails)
28. Psychic Lunch (What’s On My Food? Pesticides? Eating Locally, part 3)
29. Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS (AMAZING Cast Iron Seasoning!)
30. Emily@mpls real food lover: Sprouted Lentil and Chorizo Soup
31. Moms For Safe Food – Organic Sweet Potato Custard
32. Chandelle @ peaceful sedition (my approach to local food [first timer!])
33. Chanelle @ Simply Real (Becoming a Locavore)
34. Kim – The Nourishing Cook (NT meal planning for vacation, car trips)
35. Jenna @ Food with Kid Appeal Green Mac N Cheese – natural food coloring
36. Jenna @ Food with Kid Appeal Green Mac N Cheese – natural food coloring
37. Simple, Good, and Tasty (an open letter to our kids: sorry about school lunch!)
38. Laurie @ Domestic Productions (Orange Pecan Whole Wheat French Toast)
39. Melissa – Beautiful Bok Choy
40. Jennifer @ Converted Kitchen (My First Ever Attemp At Real Cooking)
41. Elizabeth @ The Nourished Life (How I Did the Milk Diet)
42. Anna @ Sacred Appetite (Why Healthy Always = Yummy)
43. Small Footprint Mama – Cutting the Mustard Greens
44. Cathy @prairiewindknits (Nutrition Rubbish)
45. Greenearth: Local Organic Market
46. Lori @ Encouraging Nourishment (frugal family food)

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  1. says

    My post is on how the Senate bill (S. 510) will do nothing to improve food safety, as it promotes burdensome paperwork, not inspections. The paperwork and record keeping it will require is so extensive that many small farmers may be forced out of business. Worse yet, S. 510 would give the FDA complete control over how food is raised, allowing them to require anything they want in the name of “safety.” This bill must be modified to exempt the small farmer, or defeated.
    .-= Stanley Fishman´s last blog post …A Sample of Tender Grassfed Meat =-.

  2. says

    I’ve posted a recipe for pumpkin raisin muffins made with sprouted wheat flour. They are sweetened with maple syrup, but they aren’t too sweet. I’m always trying to find snacks I can send with our son to school. These muffins use lots of good butter and eggs and the sprouted wheat helps us absorb more nutrients.
    .-= Ellen´s last blog post …Cooking with Sprouted Wheat: Pumpkin Raisin Muffins =-.

  3. says

    I finally tackling the D-word. Writing about diet has been such a challenge for me, but I know it is the most essential piece of the cellulite puzzle. So I’m starting with baby steps. After reading Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, this post is about the two themes from the book that tie into cellulite.
    .-= Melissa @Cellulite Investigation´s last blog post …Cellulite Secrets, Declassified (Codename: StrideRight) =-.

  4. says

    Hey! This is my first time here! Thank you for hosting this and I’m sorry but I realized afterward that my entry should’ve been 4 names or less. I’ll do that next time and I look forward to seeing all the blogs and perusing them. :)

    DomesticProductions15.com

  5. says

    I would like to shout out my praises for your Sunshine Sauce…YUM!!! I used it on my salmon wraps and am in love. This sauce will play big role in my meals this Spring and Summer. Thank you!!!

    BTW…I have never seen a head of bok choy that large!

    This comment was originally posted on The Clothes Make the Girl

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