Real Food Wednesday: March 3, 2010

by Ann Marie Michaels on March 3, 2010

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Welcome to Real Food Wednesday!

Kelly’s post this week is about Fats and Low-Carb Diets with Jimmy Moore and Dr. Andrew Weil. I love Jimmy Moore!

My post is a link to my podcast (internet radio) interview with Matt Stone, traditional food blogger at 180 Degree Health. We talked about omega 3s and omega 6s, extreme paleo diets, thyroid health, metabolism and weight loss, and various other stuff related to nutrition and traditional food.

While you’re at it, go check out the two giveaways Kelly is currently running on her blog:

Enter to win fermented cod liver oil from GAPSDiet.com

Enter to win organic grass-fed ghee from Pure Indian Foods

And 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!

Help Spread the Real Food Message

Please stumble and tweet the posts. Kelly & I will stumble and tweet as many as we can. 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.

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

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Butterpoweredbike March 3, 2010 at 10:16 AM

Happy RFW, everyone. I’m sharing a recipe which came about because I’ve been cleaning out the freezer and pantry – a butternut squash soup accented with green chiles, and topped with a crispy pumpkin seed garnish.
.-= Butterpoweredbike´s last blog ..Chile-Queso Squash Soup =-.

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Melissa @CelluliteInvestigation March 3, 2010 at 10:22 AM

My post this week is a heart-breaking “Cellulite Story” from a vegetarian woman living in Germany. I’ve been emailing her more about her vegetarian philosophy and hopefully we’ll figure out a way to add more nutrient-dense food to her diet.
.-= Melissa @CelluliteInvestigation´s last blog ..Tales from a Lymph Drainage Therapist =-.

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Soli @ I Believe in Butter March 3, 2010 at 10:51 AM

Oh I wish I had time to contribute this week, maybe instead I’ll be able to read more of what is posted here.
.-= Soli @ I Believe in Butter´s last blog ..Non-update =-.

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jenna Food WIth Kid Appeal March 3, 2010 at 10:53 AM

This week I’m sharing health benefits of 16 herbs and spices you should be including in you meal plans even for your youngest eaters. You’ll want to add fresh herbs, most of which have either antibacterial or antiviral properties to home – made baby food and the family meal after reading this article. Thanks for hosting!
.-= jenna Food WIth Kid Appeal´s last blog ..Super Herbs for Super Baby, Toddler & Family =-.

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Janice @ SAHMville March 3, 2010 at 10:54 AM

My post this week shows how our family slowly transitioned from Froot Loops and Sunny D Smoothies to our healthier way of eating now. I didn’t realize all the baby steps we took until I wrote it all out!
.-= Janice @ SAHMville´s last blog ..The Gradual Change =-.

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Ellen March 3, 2010 at 10:56 AM

I wrote about resources I give people who want to learn more about Real Food. Since people are very busy, I’ve chosen 2 books, 2 movies, 2 blogs (including this one!) and 2 websites people can use to get started learning about the way I try to eat!
.-= Ellen´s last blog ..Why Do I Eat That Way? =-.

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Peggy March 3, 2010 at 11:26 AM

I don my pith helmet and score some wild burdock root. Should have brought my machete…
.-= Peggy´s last blog ..In Season: Burdock Root =-.

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Stanley Fishman March 3, 2010 at 11:44 AM

This week’s post is about the importance of the most important task anyone can learn—cooking real food.
.-= Stanley Fishman´s last blog ..Cooking Real Food — The Most Important Task =-.

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Earthgrlie March 3, 2010 at 12:08 PM

I”m a newbie here! This week I wrote about a new treat that we’ll be including in our diet on a weekly basis now. I was impressed to find it was a nutrient dense food, my kids love it!!
.-= Earthgrlie´s last blog ..Quail Eggs for you and your Cutie too! =-.

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LeahS July 20, 2011 at 11:02 AM

quail eggs are so cute!! What a good idea!

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Amy March 3, 2010 at 12:13 PM

Thanks for hosting! I’m sharing the recipe for an amazing, quick to put together salad — Indonesian tofu, bean sprout, and cucumber salad with spicy peanut dressing. It’s made with roasted tofu, but if you’re a meat-eater, I’m told it’s awesome with chicken instead. Also vegan and gluten-free!

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Wendy (The Local Cook) March 3, 2010 at 12:31 PM

Hi everyone, my post today is looking for advice about eating healthy, real food when traveling for work.
.-= Wendy (The Local Cook)´s last blog ..Introducing the Food & Faith Challenge =-.

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Chiot's Run March 3, 2010 at 12:59 PM

We’re having a Real Food Challenge for the whole month of March on one of the blogs I write for. So great to encourage people to eat real food instead of the fake stuff that comes in a plastic package.

http://notdabblinginnormal.wordpress.com/2010/03/03/making-the-most-of-time-in-the-kitchen/

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Laurie N March 3, 2010 at 1:11 PM

Hi all! I’m sharing a recent post on my experiences with flavoring kombucha. It’s so much more fun when you start experimenting. :-)
.-= Laurie N´s last blog ..More Label Reading – MSG =-.

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Raine Saunders March 3, 2010 at 1:42 PM

Hi Ann Marie – my post this week is a grain-free recipe for a wonderful savory bread with sundried tomatoes, garlic, and parmesan cheese. Thanks for hosting RFW! :)
.-= Raine Saunders´s last blog ..Savory Bread Made With Sundried Tomatoes and Ground Almonds – Egg and Flour Free! =-.

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Dawn @ Farm to Table March 3, 2010 at 1:52 PM

This week, I’m publishing an article all about mustard greens at my new gig: Farm to Table!

Thanks for hosting!!
.-= Dawn @ Farm to Table´s last blog ..Could You Go A Year Without A Grocery Store? =-.

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Mindy March 3, 2010 at 2:05 PM

I went to a friends house and saw her kefir grains. They were huge! How are your grains growing?
.-= Mindy´s last blog ..Mega Kefir Grains =-.

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Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS March 3, 2010 at 2:26 PM

I shared photos today from a Fat Rendering Event hosted by my local WAPF chapter!

Thanks for hosting, Ann Marie!
.-= Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS´s last blog ..Fat Rendering Event =-.

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Kim @ the Nourishing Cook March 3, 2010 at 2:55 PM

Hi… I have shared a great recipe for lemon bread (or muffins) using sprouted flour, and a basic recipe for muffins using soaked flour. So yummy!

Ann Marie… I think I posted duplicate links, the first link was accidentally to my home page not the post, sorry!
.-= Kim @ the Nourishing Cook´s last blog ..Lemon Bread & Muffins – with soaked or sprouted flour =-.

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Kim March 4, 2010 at 12:44 AM

Hi! You teased me with an easy sourdough bread recipe as well as sourdough pizza crusts a few weeks ago… Have I missed it??? Enjoy your blog!!!

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Unplanned Cooking March 4, 2010 at 1:37 AM

Hi! My post was about how abundance is not a birth right; we cannot guarantee it. And we need to show gratitude for our food through compassion and justice.
.-= Unplanned Cooking´s last blog ..What Jesus Taught Us About Gratitude =-.

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