Real Food Wednesday: August 12, 2009

by Ann Marie Michaels on August 11, 2009

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Real Food Wednesdays

It’s that time again — the Real Food Wednesday blog carnival.

Welcome to Real Food Wednesday!

I don’t have a post up yet — but I will post it as soon as I do. I was busy getting my little girl’s first Big Girl Bed set up, and the post I’m working on requires a lot of research… Anyway, I’ll have my post up by tomorrow morning Pacific time.

Meanwhile, Kelly posted about a giveaway for Cultures For Health — they’re giving away 3 free starter cultures (kombucha, kefir, sourdough, yogurt). Visit Kelly the Kitchen Kop to enter to win!

Don’t forget — Kelly is hosting Real Food Wednesday next week!

Please share your posts about healthy, real food below.

How to Share Your Post:

1. Post on your blog and be sure to link back to this post. (not just the site, but this post)
2. Add your name (or the name of your blog) and your URL to Mr. Linky below.
3. Non-bloggers – post in the comments!

Get Stumbled and Tweeted!

Also, Kelly the Kitchen Kop, Food Renegade and I are stumbling all the Real Food Wednesday posts using Stumble Upon!

YAY! This means even more traffic to your blog! So post your link and we’ll stumble and tweet you.

Help Spread the Real Food Message

And please, feel free to stumble and tweet the posts, too. It just takes a second and the more people who do it, the more powerful it is. Help us get the word out about real food!

For all the details on Real Food Wednesday, please see this page.

UPDATE: Here’s my post (OK not exactly morning but only an hour past noon here in California): Announcing the Winners of the Zukay Salad Dressing Giveaway

If you didn’t win the giveaway, no worries — for the next week, you can get 10% off these raw, fermented salad dressings rich in enzymes and live cultures. Just go to my post to get the discount coupon code.

Now it’s your turn! Add your link to Mr. Linky below.

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Raine Saunders August 11, 2009 at 10:13 PM

Hi Ann Marie -

My post is about the American Dietetic Association’s refusal to acknowledge the importance of organic foods in our diet. One of my pet peeves happens to be the philosophy held by registered dietitians about nutrition. I’ve gone head to head with a whole number of them in trying to clean up student lunches in Boise, Idaho and it is endlessly frustrating. Thanks for your web site and Real Food Wednesdays!

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stephanie August 11, 2009 at 11:39 PM

Hi Can you tell me what the topic is for this week. I have no idea how to find out that info?? I looked last week and then just gave up. Id like to post something but not sure find out the topic thanks

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Dawn @ Small Footprint Family August 12, 2009 at 12:36 AM

This weeks post is about the relatively unregulated, high levels of mercury in mainstream brands of tuna, how to find minimal-mercury tuna, and how to make a darned-tasty marinated, raw tuna delight!

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Tara August 12, 2009 at 3:25 AM

Hi! Just thought I’d share our recent visit to Organic Pastures dairy.

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emily- mpls real food lover August 12, 2009 at 5:28 AM

I am sharing my weekly meal plan which includes as much seasonal produce as possible, grass-fed meat, and of course… beautiful seasonal grass fed, local butter. with pics!

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Local Nourishment August 12, 2009 at 5:32 AM

I’ve posted a recipe for “Blue Parrot Chicken”: food inspired by an internet recipe, name inspired by Casablanca. Please come see the amazing piece of art gracing my post!

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Earth Friendly Goodies August 12, 2009 at 5:40 AM

Hey gang, we were on vacation last weekend but we stopped for a quick snack on the road and discovered a new (well new to us) Probiotic drink that was super yummy, our last post shares the fun fruity magic of the land of flora.

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Amy Green - Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free August 12, 2009 at 5:53 AM

Greek yogurt on top of a decadent blueberry tiramisu….this dish is one of my favorites. I even have a gluten & sugar-free ladyfinger recipe if you want to make your own and it doesn’t require any piping at all.

Thanks so much for hosting!

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Real Food Mama August 12, 2009 at 6:26 AM

This week I tried my hand at making mayonnaise with mixed results! Second attempts will commence this weekend :)

– RFM

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Sheri August 12, 2009 at 6:51 AM

Today’s post is a review of the movie Food Matters.
:-)
Sheri

http://momsforsafefood.org/Blog/Entries/2009/8/10_Entry_1.html

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Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS August 12, 2009 at 7:24 AM

Hi, Anne Marie – congrats on your little girl graduating to a Big Girl Bed! What fun days!

My post this week is my reflection on why we embrace Real Food. People love our food – and little kids who visit hop up to our table and ask for it. That melts my heart, but also confirms that we’re on the right track.

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LeahS July 20, 2011 at 9:56 AM

that’s really awesome. I worry about kids being weirded out by our food choices but so far they are very receptive.

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Edible Aria August 12, 2009 at 9:54 AM

The more distance we put between ourselves and the profoundly broken industrial commercial food system the better. The better for our health, for the local economy, the environment and our own pocketbooks.

Do what you can to become more self-reliant. Turn off the TV, plant some herbs and vegetables, take a class about food preservation. Learn to cook. With practice, these things become second nature.

Consider today’s lunch.. homemade sauerkraut frittered in pastured butter, onions and peppers from the garden, locally made sausage, homemade fermented mustard..

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Caroline August 12, 2009 at 10:27 AM

This week, I posted a recipe for Chicken Fry bread salads. It has lots of good for you fats, the sourdough cornbread frybreads are limed as well as sourdough, uses lactofermented sourkraut, isn’t hard to make, pretty inexpensive (I didn’t do the math but I know I didn’t spend much), utilises stock and leftovers, and is perfect for all the bountiful produce of summer. Plus, its totally delicious. It’s my new jackpot meal.

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Michelle @ Find Your Balance August 12, 2009 at 10:31 AM

My post this week is about turning gorgeous local purple potatoes into an impressive summer meal. Thanks for hosting as usual!

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Melissa August 12, 2009 at 2:48 PM

Hi Ann Marie – this is completely unrelated but I thought about you while listening to an npr interview with Nora Ephron about Julie & Julia. The interviewer asked, Do you think this will bring back butter? I thought, since when did butter go anywhere!?

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Lisa Sargese August 12, 2009 at 4:29 PM

I notice these blog carnivals are getting bigger and bigger! That’s awesome. That means consumers are wising up to the benefits of nourishing traditions and grass-fed meat. Guess who’s helping? Yep. Oprah. Last week I missed the article where the link to EatWild dot com was given! I hope this means wise, traditional eating is becoming more mainstream.

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Kimberly Hatke August 12, 2009 at 6:04 PM

My blog story today is about a local couple who provide a real food delivery service from a group of farms to drop sites all over the community. A great green business idea that helps more people “buy local.”

Kimberly

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