Real Food Link Love: September 2011

by Ann Marie Michaels on September 9, 2011

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It’s time to share some love with my fellow bloggers. Here are just a few of the blog posts that I’ve loved lately.

It’s not your usual clam chowder — this one has a savory kick! Kristen of Food Renegade spices up a kitchen staple in Clam Chowder with Bacon and Green Chiles.

Acne breakout? Don’t panic! The best face mask could very well be just in your pantry. Elizabeth of The Nourished Life shows you why raw honey has long been prized for it’s healing properties since ancient times.

Health, Home and Happiness answers the most frequently asked question about GAPS Diet by pregnant women: Can I do GAPS if I’m Breastfeeding?

Running out of breakfast ideas? Here’s a must-read post at Kelly The Kitchen Kop: 10 Healthy Breakfast Ideas.

Share Your Real Food Links!

Got any favorites you’ve read recently? Share them in the comments below.

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Emmy (Wine and Butter) September 9, 2011 at 6:54 AM

Can I be totally shamelessly self promoting and ask anyone that has the time to check on my blog – is that allowed …:) ??
Ive just started a real food blog that is aimed at young women caught in traps of dieting and trying to be too thin for their bodies (that was me for YEARS). Ive written a really indepth history of it all …. and from now on I’m just journaling some of our foodie experiments using the Nourishing Traditions book, as well as other info I gain from my Nutrition course. Im really trying to help and reach as many as people as possible (harder than I thought – I have even more respect for all u bloggers now!) so if anyone wants to check out and comment I would appreaicte it super duper much! Happy Friday! xoxox

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cheeseslave September 9, 2011 at 11:33 AM

It takes time to grow an audience

Check out my other blog: http://www.socialmediastrategyblog.com

I don’t have time to post often but that’s where I share all my tips

You should also approach the Real Food Media bloggers about doing guest posts

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