Real Food Wednesday: February 3, 2010

by Ann Marie Michaels on February 3, 2010

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Welcome to Real Food Wednesday!

Head over to Kelly the Kitchen Kop — I LOVE her post about What the Weston Price Foundation Means to Me. I’m right there with you, Kel! (Literally and figuratively — there I am in the pic, reading the Wise Traditions quarterly journal on the beach. Fun times!)

My post this week is a link to my podcast (internet radio) interview with former Fox News reporter, Holly Hickman, author of the new guide book to American restaurants that are local/sustainable/organic/grass-fed, Healthy Eats Here!

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

Please share your posts about healthy, real food below.

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1. Kelly the Kitchen Kop (WHAT THE WESTON PRICE FOUNDATION MEANS TO ME)
2. CHEESESLAVE – Finding Healthy Restaurants (PODCAST)
3. Butterpoweredbike @ Rendering Lard (have you tried shrimp paste?)
4. Kimberly Hartke -Apple Cider Kombucha
5. Health Food Lover- Spelt Essene Bread and Elderberry & Blueberry Jam
6. Joyful Mama~30 meals in a day, for GAPS, recipes, shopping list, and tips
7. Ellen@BodyEarth (BPA and Canned Tomatoes)
8. Hallee the Homemaker – Maple Snow Ice Cream
9. Soli @ I Believe in Butter (Dirty Little Secrets)
10. Sonja @ LaPasteleraCulpable (I’m new! nutella advert)
11. Sonja@LaPasteleraCulpable
12. Our 1st Real Food Cellulite Success Story (Melissa @CI)
13. Ben (A Fruit Fly Trap)
14. Donielle @ Naturally Knocked Up (The Living Kitchen)
15. Local Nourishment (Coconut Greens)
16. Tara – Keep it Real
17. Health Home & Happiness (Keeping Breastmilk Supply Up)
18. Sarah’s Musings – The Well Dressed Salad, 5 homemade dressing recipes
19. Moms For Safe Food – Organic Blueberry Muffins
20. Chanelle @ Simply Real (Soaked Whole Wheat Bread)
21. Mindy@NourishYourChildren-Mozzarella Cheese FAIL
22. Agri Society – Water A Natural Way to Get More Minerals
23. Millie @ Real Food for Less Money (Duck Dishes)
24. Elizabeth @ The Nourished Life (Coconut Oil and Weight Loss)
26. Real Food Mama (Starting Kefir from Kefir Grains)
27. Kitchen Stewardship (Real Food Reverse Engineered Chili)
28. Avivah @ Oceans of Joy (an addition to supercharge your broth!)
29. Heidi @ Flicker’s Lair (Cottage pie)
30. Food with Kid Appeal (newish)how to Get Kids to Eat Real Food
31. My Heart My Home (Taco Meat)
32. Psychic Lunch – The Supply of Restaurants
33. Jenna
34. Newlyweds (Chicken Corn Chowder)
35. Paula Runyan(raw versus pasturized)
36. sage
37. Amanda @ the Rebuild blog: PHYTIC ACID IN OATMEAL
38. Kara @ Taste is Trump (Soaking 101 Teaser)
39. Michelle @ Find Your Balance (Time for a pantry raid)
40. mare@just-making-noise (BREAD & CHOCOLATE)
41. Esperanza Rossi (I’m New!)
42. Virginia @ Living the Local Life GARLIC SOUP
43. Kristen (homemade wheat thins)

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Butterpoweredbike February 3, 2010 at 4:55 AM

This far into winter, I’m always looking for ways to boost my family’s vitamin D. Shrimp paste, which can be purchased inexpensively at asian markets, is a great option. It adds a wonderful savory flavor to dishes. Just tonight, I used it in a stir-fry with elk and bok choy, and have included a recipe for the sauce.
.-= Butterpoweredbike´s last blog ..Stealth Ingredient – Shrimp Paste =-.

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Ellen@BodyEarth February 3, 2010 at 8:27 AM

Since we’ve always relied heavily on canned organic tomatoes, I was dismayed to learn about BPA in can liners. So, I’ve been trying to track down sources of canned tomatoes (preferably organic) that don’t contain BPA. My post shows the results of my search!
.-= Ellen@BodyEarth´s last blog ..BPA and Canned Tomatoes =-.

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Soli @ I Believe in Butter February 3, 2010 at 8:33 AM

My post is something pointed out to me last week, an article about handling laundry. So happy I am finally putting up material to add to RFW.
.-= Soli @ I Believe in Butter´s last blog ..Why I am an omnivore =-.

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Sonja February 3, 2010 at 8:38 AM

hello… no, my post is not about nutella again (I’m taking a while to get the hang of blog techniques…!)… it’s about Food as Sustainer; why food is great but we must treat it well.

Also; thanks for having up the banner for the Wise Traditions visit to London; thanks to the link, I have bought my ticket and am super excited!

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Melissa @CelluliteInvestigation February 3, 2010 at 9:22 AM

I’m so excited to have received our first Real Food cellulite success story at the Cellulite Investigation! She wasn’t even trying to treat her cellulite at the time. She made dietary changes for a different symptom, and losing the cellulite was just a side effect! Don’t you love REAL healing!
.-= Melissa @CelluliteInvestigation´s last blog ..Is Cellulite Just Part of Being a Woman? That’s What Cherry Maslen and Linda Bird Say in Cellulite Solutions =-.

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Peggy February 3, 2010 at 10:09 AM

January was tough for us. I broke a toe and the kids came down with chicken pox! But, the nutritional answer for both includes lots of dark, leafy greens. My post is a recipe for kale made with coconut milk that I could eat just about every day.
.-= Peggy´s last blog ..Coconut Greens =-.

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Holly from HollyHickman.com February 3, 2010 at 11:27 AM

I had so much fun with you, Cheeseslave!

And yes, the good news is that there ARE restaurants serving REAL FOOD! ;)

I can finally put down my spatula every now and again. Phew!

xoxo
h
.-= Holly from HollyHickman.com´s last blog ..Hope for the Type A =-.

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Kate February 3, 2010 at 11:36 AM

I don’t see My. Linky! Oh well. http://modernalternativemama.blogspot.com/2010/01/beef-with-tomato-and-zucchini.html We’re grain-free, so I had to come up with something to eat. This works well as a pasta sauce if you’re not grain free.

I also have a guest post on making over chili today at Kitchen Stewardship’s blog! :)

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Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS February 3, 2010 at 12:03 PM

I don’t see the Mr. Linky? I disabled the AdBlocker for your blog, but still can’t see it. I’ll check back – but in the meantime, here’s what I’m sharing in Real Food Wednesday.

This has to do with real food organization – my recipe binders needed some desperate attention. Since I set the first one up in 2001, I’ve accumulated some definitely not-so-traditional-and-real food recipes, which I’m a bit chagrined to admit. Everything’s fresh and pure now. :) All are welcome to share how you organize your real food recipes.
.-= Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS´s last blog ..Recipe Binder =-.

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Avivah @ Oceans of Joy February 3, 2010 at 12:04 PM

(Am I missing the obvious, or is anyone else also not seeing the Mr. Linky?)

Today I shared about an powerful real food ingredient I’ve been adding to our broth this winter to boost our immunity – inexpensive, easy, but so powerful!
.-= Avivah @ Oceans of Joy´s last blog ..More sleep for your baby (and you!) =-.

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Raine Saunders February 3, 2010 at 12:10 PM

Hi Ann Marie – I couldn’t find Mr. Linky either, but here’s the post I’m contributing to RFW – Water, Our Lifeline to Health and one easy idea to add minerals to your diet naturally – unsweetened cranberry juice in water – full of minerals! I will come back later and see if it has been fixed. Thanks for Real Food Wednesdays!
.-= Raine Saunders´s last blog ..Water – Our Lifeline to Health…And A Great Solution to Adding Minerals to Your Water! =-.

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Psychic Lunch February 3, 2010 at 12:11 PM

What happened to Mr. Linky? I don’t see the form OR any of the posts…?

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chanelle February 3, 2010 at 12:54 PM

My post this week is a delicious soaked wheat bread recipe. Enjoy!

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cheeseslave February 3, 2010 at 1:15 PM

Looks like it’s working now

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Elizabeth @ The Nourished Life February 3, 2010 at 1:23 PM

This week I’m taking a look at how coconut oil aids weight loss. It’s a natural metabolism booster and so much more! Gosh, I wish I’d been around a few years around to invest in coconut oil shares. ;)

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Real Food Mama February 3, 2010 at 1:35 PM

This week I have been working on acclimating my new kefir grains to my raw goats milk. I am really looking forward to having a regular supply of this healthy and tasty treat!

– RFM
.-= Real Food Mama´s last blog ..Goat Milk Kefir =-.

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Psychic Lunch February 3, 2010 at 2:45 PM

I’d like to share a reminder about restaurants. Having stumbled into visiting a local restaurant supply depot and been disgusted by the offerings, I took a bunch of photos and put up some details about it! I’d go so far as to say nearly all restaurants out there use some kind of supply chain like this, whether delivered on a huge truck or picked up in person.
.-= Psychic Lunch´s last blog ..City Blendz Definition of Nutrition =-.

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Jenna from Yogurt-Everyday.com February 3, 2010 at 2:56 PM

Since we make a lot of homemade yogurt and strained yogurt cheese, we have a ton of whey. I’ve got about 4 huge mason jars full of it right now in the fridge and I end up throwing a lot of it away. So, I’m getting serious about using it more. We’ve been using it to soak whole grains, lacto-ferment veggies and we even tried adding some the the dog’s food (he didn’t mind).
.-= Jenna from Yogurt-Everyday.com´s last blog ..Yogurt and Whey For Soaking Whole Grains =-.

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Aggie February 3, 2010 at 3:23 PM

Here’s an easy RFW recipe (that is gluten- and dairy-free) sausage, greens & beans:

http://www.nourishdc.com/?p=336

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LeahS July 20, 2011 at 10:58 AM

yummy, that sounds simple and good!

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Paula Runyan February 3, 2010 at 3:26 PM

A few facts about pastured versus commercial milk, that most of us may not know about.
.-= Paula Runyan´s last blog ..Banana Bread =-.

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Sage February 3, 2010 at 3:51 PM

So many of my dishes this New Year have been the same colors…which is what eating locally in winter will get you. I talk about the idea of getting variety all year and whether or not eating locally really means you get what your body needs at that particular time of year.
.-= Sage´s last blog ..Waste Not, Want Not =-.

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Sage February 3, 2010 at 3:56 PM

My latest post is not the post on the colors of eating seasonally that is here:

A Dinner of a Different Color? Not Until Spring

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Michelle @ Find Your Balance February 3, 2010 at 5:37 PM

This week’s post is about having our pantries stocked and loaded! I’m amazed at how little food some of my friends have in their house sometimes!
.-= Michelle @ Find Your Balance´s last blog ..Gaiam DVD winner announcement =-.

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Marillyn @ just-making-noise February 3, 2010 at 5:57 PM

Check out my review of this awesome little place in Puerto Viejo called BREAD & CHOCOLATE… so good!
.-= Marillyn @ just-making-noise´s last blog ..South Caribbean Adventures: Bread & Chocolate =-.

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Esperanza Rossi February 4, 2010 at 1:25 AM

Hi, I’m new to posting on Real Food Wednesday, though not new to reading the posts. Today I’m posting on what it means to be a food citizen & a recipe for black-eyed pea & kale soup with lemon & sage. Hope you enjoy!
.-= Esperanza Rossi´s last blog ..What Is a Food Citizen? and Black-Eyed Pea & Kale Soup with Lemon & Sage =-.

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Sheree February 4, 2010 at 7:20 PM

Gardening Carnival Kick-Off
http://nourishingsteps.blogspot.com/2010/02/gardening-carnival-kick-off.html

Guess I’m a little too late to use Mr. Linky.

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newRDcook February 6, 2010 at 5:45 PM

This is a great idea! I posted a recipe for Rainbow Chard and Leek Saute, topped with a hard boiled egg. I try to incorporate as many local, seasonal foods (i.e. “Real Food”) in my diet throughout the week – using foods from a CSA share and local Farmer’s Market. Take a peak at the recipe: http://coldcerealandtoast.wordpress.com/2010/02/01/egg-topped-rainbow-chard-and-leek-saute/
.-= newRDcook´s last blog ..The Rebel with a Clue: Meet the Purple Potato =-.

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Lucas Watson October 1, 2010 at 1:35 AM

i really hate chicken pox coz it can mess your skin”:.

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