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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I can’t wait to see what you all share!
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Jo at Jo's Health Corner says
Thanks for hosting and happy Friday!
Christina @ Spoonfed says
Posting this week about the beauty of real maple syrup, the travesty of the fake stuff and how maple sugaring events connect kids with food.
Thanks for hosting!
Spoonfed: Raising kids to think about the food they eat
Another week whizzing by! Thanks for another great Fight Back –
We don’t have any totally amazing stories of weight loss here at DaiaSolgaia – certainly we have all trimmed-down and muscled up a bit from the diet change – what we ARE seeing certain other troublesome health issues start to fade –
but these pics are really something – people so transforming their physiques – it’s such a joy to see! (and to see how happy they all are ’cause of it!)
Alex at a moderate life says
Happy Friday! Linking to my foodie link love post, thoughts on friday. All the best, Alex
Wellness Mama "Katie" says
Linking to my 40-day grain free challenge. I know the transition to real food can be difficult, especially giving up grains, so I’m helping by offering this challenge with free recipes, meal ideas and tips each week (and chances to win healthy products!)
Sharing a family favorite. This one takes a little time commitment but it’s worth it! Thanks for hosting.
Primal Toad says
Today I am submitting what is a “fun” post. Challenge yourself and really think about the following question: If you could only live on 9 foods, what would they be?
3 different blogs have posted a response to this, are you next?
Sharing my Soaked Buttermilk Biscuits today! Have making 4 batches in 2 weeks, I think I have all the kinks worked out! Thanks for hosting!
LeAnne @ The Purposed Heart says
Thanks for hosting! I can’t wait to see what everybody has shared! -LeAnne
Sense of Home says
Thanks for hosting! I brought a Salted Mint Lassi to the link-up this week. A savory lassis, rather than sweet, hard to rap your head around at first, but very refreshing.
Andrea (Andreas Kitchen) says
Happy Friday! I am sharing my recipe for Beef Mushroom Soup. It tastes great the first night, but it will be even better the next day!
Thanks for hosting!
Happy Friday! Sharing my recipe for bacon-broccoli mini-quiches, or ‘quiche muffins’, as my kids call them!
Mama Kelly aka Jia says
I linked up a family favorite – curried peas and potatoes – so rich and filling that it doesn’t even need to be served over rice. So frugal that we can easily make it every week.