Fight Back Fridays — May 29th

Happy 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. The two most important things you can remember to do are:

  1. Share a relevant post from your blog with us using the Mr. Linky Widget below.
  2. In your post, be sure to link back to this post (not the 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!

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

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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.)

Come on, people. Let’s change the way America (and the industrialized world) eats!



1. RAW MILK OR NO MILK? OXIDIZED CHOLESTEROL ANSWERS – Kelly the Kitchen Kop
2. ElizabethG (grilled foods)
3. Every Kitchen Table (Community Supported Restaurant)
4. Edible Aria
5. Hugging the Coast (Gourmet Salad Recipes)
6. Mindful Eats (where to shop)
7. Local Nourishment (Victory is Sweet, indeed)
8. Kristin Wartman (first one)
9. Organic and Thrifty (10 ways to make your meals more nutrient-dense)
10. Uno’s Gluten Free Pizza (Vin – NaturalBias.com)
11. Killing kids with carbs
12. Eating Simply (Health Benefits of Tea)
13. Nourished Kitchen: Win a Sauerkraut / Kimchi Maker
14. Sarah’s Musings (crispy roasted chickpeas)
15. Aimee Gallo, CHHC (Dandelion Salad with Anchovy Vinaigrette)
16. Agriculture Society – Is Reactive Medicine Cheaper Than Prevention?
17. MomsforsafeFood – Paul Hawken
18. Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS (Convvenient Frozen Lemon and Lime Juice Cubes)
19. Completely Edible – Water Kefir Tips
20. Completely Edible – More Wild Eats
21. Joel Salatin, Dan Barber, Will Allen Discussion (Farm To Table)
22. Kyle (Peanut Butter Chocolate Chips Cookies)
23. Girl Gone Domestic (healthy teriyaki like chicken)
24. Michelle @ Find Your Balance (Panel discussion with stars of FRESH)
25. Traveling with Baby – raw peach cobbler & raw bananaberry cobbler
26. Kimberly Hartke — Lancaster Farming
27. Not Dabbling
28. Guide to Good Food (Shop Sustainable – Money, pt2)
29. Simple, Good, and Tasty (“fast food makes you stupid”)
30. vehementflame(indian style fast food)
31. Zeke- Basic Yogurt Making

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Comments

  1. says

    Seeing first hand the success of Claire’s Restaurant in Hardwick, VT is truly inspirational. Not only have they created a “third place” for community members to gather and enjoy incredibly tasty food experiences, they have also been recognized by several publications.

    Enjoy the read. Better yet, next time your in Vermont, plan to make a stop at Claire’s.

    Cheers,

    Rob Smart

    Rob Smart

  2. says

    Today I have updated my recipe for lacto-fermented ketchup, eliminating the maple syrup in favor of molasses and adding a spoonful of walnut oil. I’ve included the original 1881 recipe that I based this on.

    No HFCS or BPA-leeching here, just traditional Old South flavors meets Nourishing Traditions.

    Ren

  3. says

    The post I’ve share this week features 10 delicious gourmet salad recipes.

    It’s already pretty warm here in South Carolina so it’s always nice when I don’t have to heat up the kitchen too much.

    Hugging the Coast

  4. says

    Thanks for hosting! I shared a post that gives 10 simple ways to transform the meals you already love into more nutrient-dense, sustainable, healthy ones. My post includes links to several recipes, tips, and resources as well! Thanks again!

    Organic and Thrifty

  5. says

    Thank you for hosting such a great carnival! No new post this week (well, unless you count the pictures of my little ones . . . gratuitous cuteness! :) but I linked to a previous post on how to make crispy, roasted chickpeas – one of our favorite snacks (especially when Cajun-flavored! :)

    Have a great Friday!

    Best,
    Sarah

    Sarah

  6. says

    Ack! The new one tripped me up! It should say “completely edible – more wild eats”

    Anyway, I posted about eating wild foraged food (or food your local farmer foraged on their land, if you are like me and live in NYC where even dandelions can be hard to find!). I listed some wild foods I recently ate and gave some tips on what they taste like and some ideas for preparation. But since it was my first time for some of them, I’m looking forward to tips and feedback from readers who may have been eating these foods for a long time!

    Stacy

  7. says

    I’m so happy that today is Friday and I was able to share about my exciting night last night at the FRESH screening. I have to say, I am seriously considering an internship at Polyface Farm!

    Michelle @ Find Your Balance

  8. says

    Thanks so much for finding me at Traveling with Baby. I just posted my raw peach cobbler and raw bananaberry cobbler recipes on the linky. This looks like a great community which I’ll be certain to frequent again and again!

  9. says

    The post I would like to share with the group is a the outcome of a lot of Americans not being “Food Renegades.” Nutritional deficiencies are a result of a nutrient deficient , standard Western diet. I hope this will be helpful to some of your readers.

    “The 5 most common nutritional deficiencies I see in my Orange, chiropractic and holistic practice.”

    http://www.advancedhealing.com/blog/2009/05/27/most-common-nutritional-deficiencies-in-my-orange-chiropractic-holistic-practice/

  10. says

    Well, its technically not Friday anymore, but I keep weird hours and its still Friday night to me.

    I posted a blog about making homemade yogurt. check it out.

    Zeke

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