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 sharing THE FINAL sneak peek video into my Real Food Nutrition & Health E-Course. The topic: A History of Fats. Come join the discussion!
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Katie @ Riddlelove says
Ahhh, this is such a great blog hop. I’m writing my grocery list so I can make some of these recipes next week, and the info posts are spurring me on to continue to fight the good fight for real food. Thanks for hosting!
.-= Katie @ Riddlelove´s last blog post …A New Chapter Stepping Into A Dream =-.
Christina @ Spoonfed says
My blog, Spoonfed, which is about raising food-literate kids, is celebrating six months with two giveaways: “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” young readers edition, and an organic-cotton set of fruit/veg jammies. Thanks, Kristen!
.-= Christina @ Spoonfed´s last blog post …Giveaways- “Omnivore’s Dilemma” for kids And veggie jammies =-.
[email protected] says
Kristen, I have shared my recipe for Senegalese Chicken Peanut Soup. It uses lots of good coconut and chicken stock. Thanks for hosting!
.-= [email protected]´s last blog post …Recipe- Senegalese Chicken Peanut Soup =-.
[email protected] 21st Century Housewife says
I always enjoy this blog hop for its great recipes and great information! I’ve posted a recipe for tofu pesto pasta. I’m learning so much about how healthy tofu can be and it really is delicious. The key, of course, is to ensure that your brand is made with soy that has NOT been genetically modified. Most are, these days, but you really do have to check!! Also I was so interested in your post about Monsanto. Once, when I wrote an anti GMO post which was featured on another blog, I had a very strong response from Dan, a supposedly independent person – but a little investigation revealed he had connections with a company that was involved in GMOs! If you want to, you can see my post, and his comments (and my reply!) if you click on this link:-
Thanks for a great blog hop and have a great weekend!
City Share says
Thanks for hosting the blog hop. I am sharing a recipe for scalloped potatoes.
.-= City Share´s last blog post …Potato and Leek Frittata =-.
Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist says
I watched Dr. Oz’s pathetic show on overcoming obesity this past Wednesday night. My blog link for today chronicles the nutritional principles Dr. Oz got totally wrong in 10 short minutes.
.-= Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist´s last blog post …Dr Oz is Clueless about REAL Nutrition =-.
carmen vidal says
Hello Kristen, thank you for hosting again this week. This week I’m sharing a real simple nut butter recipe for those who are interested in making it themselves. I’m sharing Almond Butter/Spread using Roasted Almonds.
.-= carmen vidal´s last blog post …Almond Butter-Spread Using Roasted Almonds =-.
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Tiffany@ The Coconut Mama says
Hello Kristin. I always love joining this blog hop every week and really do appreciate the information that is shared here. Today’s post is about why I eat the way I do and how to speak to others about real food without overwhelming them with information.
.-= Tiffany@ The Coconut Mama´s last blog post …Why do you eat the way you do =-.
I missed the official San Francisco Food Bank Hunger Challenge, but I decided to take it on anyway – a whole month of eating healthy, local foods on a food stamp budget.
.-= Chandelle´s last blog post …introducing- the hunger challenge =-.
Hi Kristen ~ Thanks again for another Fight Back Fridays! Joining a little late this week, but my post shares 2 of my recipes using kefir.
.-= lydia´s last blog post …Fitness Fridays- Rebounding =-.
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