Welcome 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.
If you want to participate but aren’t sure how, please read these guidelines for how Fight Back Fridays will work.
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I can’t wait to see what you all share!
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Stanley Fishman @ Tender Grassfed Meat says
Thanks for hosting! My post this week is about traditional animal fats. Contrary to food industry propaganda, animal fats from grass fed and pastured animals are some of the best foods we can eat, full of nutrients.
Great Traditional Animal Fats
Thanks for hosting again. I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Terry Wahls this week. She’s the woman who reversed her MS through diet. You may have seen the video of her TED talk, which went viral last year. In our interview, she shares the details of her personal journey, progress of her medical research, and the diet behind her healing.
kristy @ Gastronomical Sovereignty says
having moved from the West coast to Toronto, I now know how IMPORTANT it is we keep these link ups going. real, good, whole, natural, seasonal, organically local, pastured, raw food – just ain’t “normal” anymore. i miss it!!!!
i’ve linked up my recipe for oozy cheesy baked breadcrumb’d roasted butternut squash and cauliflower. that’s a mouthful! and it was. yum yum yum!
ps. my linky party, the Wednesday Fresh Foods Link Up is live and you’re invited…. very exclusive you know 😉
Kathy @ Granny's Vital Vittles says
Good Morning Kristen! This morning I’ve got three links 🙂 The first is a review of the first 5 principles of the Weston Price dietary guidelines. Next we have a a recipe for chicken nuggets for those feeding kids both small and of the grown-up variety ;-). And last, few words of praise for the humble refrigerator.
Rebekah @ Half Indian Cook says
Today I’m sharing my super tasty Spicy Spinach Dip–perfect for Game Day!
Debbie @ Easy Natural Food says
Thanks for hosting! I’m sharing my recipe for Moroccan Ground Beef – a tasty alternative way of cooking ground beef.
Foy Update says
I am three weeks into a month of eating the Wahls Diet which is all about eating the right nutrients for brain health. I’m sharing a recipe which may sound odd: Sardine Avocado and Citrus Salad. Have you ever actually tried a sardine? They are actually pretty tasty, reasonably priced and have lots of good nutrients like omega-3s, calcium and protein without the mercury that larger predator fish like tuna have. I ate them once a week while I was pregnant and I still do as a breast feeding mom.
I also linked up a post on several of the strategies I’ve developed to make sure I get all my nutritious food everyday:
Thanks for hosting!
Lori @ Our Heritage of Health says
Thanks for hosting, Kristin! This week I’ve shared a post about why I think it’s more important to focus on adding in all of the good foods rather than stressing about taking away all of the bad ones.
Perfect for Super Bowl Sunday- .
This dip uses canned salmon- preferably wild caught, with bones. Much less expensive than smoked salmon, plus the benefit of the edible bones.
Thanks for hosting Kristin!
Ha! Well I tried to italicize the words to my post, and apparently I did it wrong b/c it disappeared!
Anyway, its Creamy Smoked Salmon Dip/em>
Diana @ The Kitchen Rag says
Thanks so much for hosting! This week I am sharing a recipe for Greek yogurt. I don’t like regular yogurt it is too acidic for me. But I seem to enjoy Greek yogurt a lot more. So I have been trying to come up with a simple recipe that I could make at home with raw milk. After many trails and failures this is what has worked best for me:) Enjoy!
Hey there! I just recently started my nutrition blog and I’d love to share my thoughts with like minded people. I’m fairly new to this blog but I love the idea behind it. (I actually pondered calling my blog “the food renegade but you took it! Curses! :3)
I’ll be sure to have something ready for next Friday to join in the cause. The better we educate people, the less they’ll suffer. That’s my motivation.
Yossif @ Angrynutrition.com
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