Fight Back Friday October 9th


Welcome to yet another Fight Back Friday! Today we’re bringing together a 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 Mr. Linky 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!

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

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Fight Back Fridays Participants

1. Local Nourishment (Local Spotlight on the Turnip Truck)
2. fresh, real ranch
3. Lindsay Young ( The Happy Dish): We Leave Behind Deserts The Myth of Agriculture
4. Bonnie–Happy Food is Healthier Food
5. Dawn @ Small Footprint Family – The Skinny on Fat, Part 3
6. Laryssa @Heaven In The Home (How To Make Sauerkraut)
7. Keep it Real- crustless quiche
8. ElizabethG (Frugal Fall Veggies)
9. The Kathleen Show (Fat cat)
10. INTERVIEW WITH CONFERENCE SPEAKER – Kelly the Kitchen Kop
11. hippygirl (monkey brains meal idea)
12. Kara @ Home With Purpose (Super Simple & Flavorful Brown Rice)
13. Troy @ I Refuse to Recede — Herb of the Week –Marjoram
14. Hugging the Coast (Beer Onion Soup)
15. EKT – HappyChickens ProFood Post
16. 20 Food “Rules” For Happy, Healthy Eating (Melissa)
17. Dr. Ayala (Whole wheat banana bread with mint sauce)
18. Michelle (Health Food Lover)- Congee (Rice Porridge)
19. Kids Make Burgers & Chimichurri
20. Health Home & Happiness (Eat to avoid illness this winter)
21. Simple, Good, and Tasty (recipe for a fall cleanse)
22. Heidi @ Flicker’s Lair (Food, Inc)
23. 1938 Birth of Real Food Mvmt (Cellulite Investigation)
24. Daily Bites (Sundried Tomato Burgers)
25. what I buy at the market- real food with pics!
26. Allison @ Adventures in Container Gardening: Applesauce
27. Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS (Make Your Choice)
28. Antiquity Oaks — Mexican casserole with black beans
29. Earth Friendly Goodies (Organic Natural Halloween Lollipops)
30. Moms For Safe Food – Remedies for Flu
31. Breastfeeding Moms Unite! (Winter Squash Soup)
32. Breastfeeding Moms Unite! (Vegan Pumpkin Pie)
33. HealthyFitMom (Battling Seasonal Depression (S.A.D) with Vitamins)
34. A Green Spell (Raw Mango Tartlets)
35. Bethany
36. 7 reasons to eat MORE saturated fat
37. Daily Diner (Pumpkin Muffins with Milled Barley
38. Alicia Ghio: Tomatillos!
39. Elizabeth(Saving Money On Real Foods)
40. Ren @ Edible Aria (Simple Truths)
41. Jenn Givler – Warm Yummy Autumn Snacks
42. Eating Simply (Pumpkin Pear Muffins and How Much Fat Do We Need?)
43. Lisa – Omnivore NO dilemma!
44. Newlyweds (Pumpkin Yumkins)
45. TwirlandTaste-Easy Yeast Rolls &Jane Seymour

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Comments

  1. says

    This week’s post is from 12 year old Orren Fox (HappyChickens on Twitter). He discusses what ProFood means from a young person’s perspective. Definitely great to see how he (and hopefully other young people) are embracing a different approach to food.
    .-= Rob Smart´s last blog post …Mr. Smith Plays the Farm Card =-.

  2. says

    My post today is a pointer to a thoroughly enjoyable round-up for 20 food “rules” sent to Michael Pollan, the author of the Omnivore’s Dilemma. There are some fun, inspiring ideas in those little nuggets, and it’s really great to see people’s advice in their own words. Sweet, touching, nourishing…
    .-= Melissa´s last blog post …Don’t Eat Egg Salad From A Vending Machine =-.

  3. says

    Hey everyone. This week I post a recipe for Congee (Rice Porrdige). It is a savoury rice dish that can be adapted as many ways as you can think of, plus its extremely frugal! This dish is quite similar in a way to risotto, so I have a question for you all, if/ when you have made risotto in the past what have been your favourite things to cook with it?
    Hope you enjoy my post.

    Michelle (Health Food Lover)
    .-= Michelle´s last blog post …Congee (Rice Porridge) =-.

  4. says

    Inspired by apple picking this past weekend, I posted a recipe for applesauce that turned out really well for me and was enjoyed by lots of friends I shared with! I love reading what you all share.
    .-= Allison´s last blog post …Ratatouille Alternative =-.

  5. says

    Today for Fight Back Friday I share two of my “The Natural Princess” videos about tomatillos. I had them at a restaurant and went on a quest to find a farm growing them locally. In the end, I found a wonderful farm with a rich family history that grows tomatillos and tons of amazing produce.
    .-= Alicia Ghio´s last blog post …The Natural Princess: Tomatillos =-.

  6. says

    Ethically-raised cattle spend their entire lives eating quality forage, not the byproducts of industrial ethanol production. Free from hormones, pesticides and antibiotics, traditional ranching is a sustainable, environmentally friendly practice, as is intended by God and nature.

    Evidence is very strong that grass-fed, grass-finished beef is lower in total fat and calories and significantly higher in vitamin E, beta-carotene, omega-3 fatty acid and CLA’s than animals raised in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs).

    Far superior in taste, grass-fed beef is at its best when simply prepared using just a few ingredients..
    .-= Ren´s last blog post …Keep it Simple =-.

  7. says

    I DO feel bad for animals who are raised and slaughtered in factory farms. But when I discovered traditional foods I became at peace with the cycle of life. Animals on the farm where I get my meat and dairy really ARE the happy cows you see in farm coloring books! Everything is born, lives and dies. At my farm they do all three with dignity.
    .-= Lisa Sargese´s last blog post …Happiness starts in the gut =-.

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