Happy Fight Back Friday! Today we’re bringing together a 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 a family favorite: Bacon And Avocado Egg Salad. I can’t wait to see what you all share.
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I’m doing my first giveaway, a copy of my favorite Dishes from the Wild Horse Desert, Norte
Hugging the Coast says
I’m sharing a post about drinking and making delicious yerbe mate, an alternative to coffee which is high in antioxidents.
Hugging the Coast
I’ve just finished listening to Animal, Vegetable, Miracle on CD (bought the pb too, for the recipes), and I posted a review.
Sustainable Eats says
We started eating only local food on January 1. It’s halfway through the year and I have a few confessions but we made it to summer!
Local Nourishment says
I’ve written an ode to butter for this week’s post. How I loved it as a child, abandoned it as a teen, and have come home again.
Michelle @ Find Your Balance says
I hope Mr. Linky is working up there! If not, here’s my URL
It’s all about my path from ‘0 grams of fat per serving’ to eating butter again and loving it!
Michelle @ Find Your Balance
This week’s post is about what goes on at the farmers market in the hours before it opens.
Thanks for the chance to play.
Crystal @ Cafe Cyan says
Growing Swiss chard at home in a container is easy and produces great tasting meals!
Crystal @ Cafe Cyan
I found this great recipe for James Beard’s “Mother’s Beach Hashed Brown Potatoes in Cream” and have made it my own! Talk about yummy stuff!
Zachary Cohen says
I am so excited to debut my new website in this week’s carnival. I’ve been hard at work on the new Farm To Table, that hopefully will carry me and the site to the next level. This week’s post is all about the importance of listening to the people around us, as, in my own life, I have learned more from listening to people than all the reading, blogging, watching and thinking could ever have got me.
Raine Saunders says
Hi Kristen –
My post this week is about the controversy surrounding Codex and whether or not its presence is a threat to our food. Thanks for Fight Back Fridays!
Real Food Mama says
I just finished In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan and have provided a review. Looking forward to reading everyone’s post this week!
Real Food Mama
I went with my kids to a local, organic u-pick strawberry orchard and am sharing pics of our harvest and pics of my garden harvest!
Kimberly Hartke says
Hey all, I have a cool farmer doing a series of posts on Fight Back Fridays, today’s article is about Spies in the Connecticut Farmers Markets! Very interesting read, especially considering we celebrate freedom and independence day tomorrow!
God bless our farmers and God bless the USA!
Happy 4th, Everybody!
Dawn @ SmallFootprintFamily.com says
The cabbage is ready for harvest in my garden and at the farm markets here in San Diego. So I included my basic sauerkraut recipe as well as a brief discussion on digestive health and fermented foods.
Dawn @ SmallFootprintFamily.com
Fast Food Recipes says
This website is awesome. I just found it today but I’m overwhelmed by all the info.