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.
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This week, I’m inviting you all to join me in a 30-Day Caffeine-Free Challenge starting January 1st. I hope you’ll join me!
I can’t wait to see what you all share!
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Thank you so much for hosting!
I submitted a recipe for French Onion Soup with a Parmesan Herb Crisp. Made with homemade bone broth this soup is out of this world good!
Spicy Palseo says
Yay for Fridays! Thanks for having this blog share.
Today I shared a Buffalo Sauce Beef Chili. Hope you enjoy.
Local Nourishment says
I found a cool new (well, new to me) winter squash! It’s a Red Kuri, beautiful and tasty! My post includes a delicious recipe and info about the squash.
This week I am sharing some Edible Homemade Present
Ideas. I have everything from lacto-fermented carrot sticks, raw milk eggnog and yummy cookies.
Thanks for hosting and have a great Holiday Season!
Thank you for this opportunity to share. I linked to my opinion piece called Nature’s Most Nearly Perfect Food. http://www.parentingforless.com/2010/12/16/natures-most-nearly-perfect-food/
I hope it’s ok that I also say here that I am hosting a Green Pasture’s CLO giveaway on my site. Would love some more entries!!
[email protected] says
This week’s submission is a venison roast! Thanks for hosting!!
Lisa @ Real Food Digest says
Thanks for hosting!
I’m sharing a great last minute butter sauce recipe, great for hectic meal preparations, plus why butter is a superfood and all its health benefits.
Christina @ Spoonfed says
Posting about a tricky/sticky situation at a neighborhood coffee shop.
I submitted my recipe for <a href="http://www.lifeasaplate.com/2010/12/16/the-best-grain-free-gluten-free-sandwichThe Best Grain-free Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread (In the History of Man) .
It took a great many fails but I finally won the day!
Thanks for hosting!
Dang, sorry. The link was broken.
You know where it says, “Your post is next” above? I always feel like it should tell me, “Your post is last.” Ah, well…better late than never. 🙂
This week I shared my recipe for cacao nib – walnut cookies that my little granddaughter and I made. They are yummy!
As always, thank you for hosting, Kristen!
I’m sharing my gluten free grain free muffins with coconut flour – enjoy, thanks for hosting Kristen!!
Kimberly Hartke says
I missed this blog carnival but since you didn’t do one last week, I wanted to still contribute this important story of how a sustainable food voice has been silenced! Maybe your readers would like to call and ask for Mark Keating to be reinstated, to add balance and the true organic perspective back into public policy dialog!