Real Food Wednesday: May 6, 2009

by Ann Marie Michaels on May 5, 2009

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Real Food Wednesdays

It’s that time again — Real Food Wednesday!

What’s Real Food Wednesday, you ask? What’s “real food”? Click here for those answers and more.

This week, I’m sharing the following entry: Easy Homemade Hummus.

I love hummus. It’s so flavorful and makes a very healthy dip or spread. You can buy it premade but the homemade hummus is a thousand times better, and you don’t have to worry about unhealthy GMO oils like canola oil or soybean oil. We love to eat it for dinner, and I like to keep it in the fridge as a healthful, tasty snack.

I can’t wait to see what you all have to share this week!

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

Now it’s your turn!

 

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Sage May 5, 2009 at 11:16 PM

My Wednesday post is an update on my effort to get the hang of a great artisan multi-grain sourdough bread. I have been making it every week for three weeks and am really enjoying the ritual and the lessons. Not to mention the waffles I make from the extra starter. Please leave a note if you have baking experience to share.

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Organic and Thrifty May 6, 2009 at 12:16 AM

OK, it’s late. please forgive my spelling blunder!!! It should say : Real Food Sunscreen! LOL!

Organic and Thrifty’s last blog post..Natural Sunscreen Protection with Real Food

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Stacy at Completely Edible May 6, 2009 at 3:15 AM

I made a gratin with nettles, raw dairy products, and purple potatoes and posted it as part of Real Food Wednesday. No GMO, no processed ingredients, just wildcrafted or organic greens, heirloom potatoes, raw dairy, and pastured eggs. That is definately Real Food!

Stacy at Completely Edible’s last blog post..Nettles in a Soured Milk and Cottage Cheese Gratin

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coconutfreek July 20, 2011 at 4:12 PM

yes and it sounds so good.

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Marsha Hudnall May 6, 2009 at 3:41 AM

For Real Food Wednesday, I linked a post I did a few weeks ago talking about how real food is just a better idea for health and healthy weights. No news there for folks who read this blog. But just wanted to let everyone know I’m here and reading. Love the blog!

Marsha Hudnall’s last blog post..Raising Healthy Eaters: A Mother’s Day Tale of Sugar &, Finally, Spice

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Lisa Sargese May 6, 2009 at 4:05 AM

I find that commercial foods give me all kinds of negative reactions from rashes to mouth sores…ugh! The more traditional I eat the better I feel! Also, it’s calving season, right? I should be able to try real colostrum very soon :-) Cures what ails ya, I hear.

Lisa Sargese’s last blog post..

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coconutfreek July 20, 2011 at 4:13 PM

commercial foods are so bad… I don’t feel good eating them either. Our bodies must be telling us something.

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Raine Saunders May 6, 2009 at 5:01 AM

Rock on real foods! Thanks Ann Marie, love this web site and all the contributors. Mine is from last week (doh!) – an accident recipe which my family keeps asking for, but I have other new posts on my site since then, both Agriculture Society (main) and Health Tip of the Day (http://astotd.blogspot.com/). Happy Wednesday and cheers!

Raine Saunders’s last blog post..National Animal Identification System – How it Will Affect Our Sustainability

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Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS May 6, 2009 at 5:39 AM

I’m excited to join in your carnival this week ~ have been enjoying your website and all you do to share good health and traditional foods with the food world!

~Wardeh

Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS’s last blog post..Sprouted Spelt Crackers

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coconutfreek July 20, 2011 at 4:14 PM

I tried your spelt crackers……..very good.

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Kimberly Hartke May 6, 2009 at 5:57 AM

Hi there, I have added a great video on how to make fermented foods. Enjoy!

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Julie May 6, 2009 at 9:28 AM

Getting away from sugary drinks is a huge step for many families trying to move towards Real Foods. Check out water kefir for a great alternative. It’s very easy to make and there are many flavor options. My blog post today is how to make Water Kefir Lemonade–my personal favorite!

Julie’s last blog post..Water Kefir Lemonade

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justine raphael May 6, 2009 at 9:55 AM

A bit late in the day, but I am glad to finally be joining (read yesterday’s post to see what’s been taking me so long . . .) I hope to add more posts like mine today that show how we can make real food in small spaces and with limited resources. If I can cook for a family on a boat, you can make real food anywhere. I am excited to show it really can be done!

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Zachary Cohen May 6, 2009 at 1:10 PM

My post is counterintuive: how celebrity chefs saved food for the rest of us. A lot of derision and anger is directed at certain high profile chefs for not always promoting the most sustainable practices, or encouraging viewers to take shortcuts. But the larger picture is that they demystified cooking and called attention to good ingredients which is like prepping the battlefield before the troops arrive! Hope everyone enjoys! So thrilled to participate!

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Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet May 6, 2009 at 1:44 PM

So I had to just enter my old post, because my planned post for today never came about!

Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet’s last blog post..Coming up! Nourishing and Simple Carnival

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peg May 6, 2009 at 3:46 PM

Real Food is the key to staying healthy. I have a link to an article about the swine flu and three natural product groups who joined with the FDA in an surprising (or maybe not so surprising) announcement.

peg’s last blog post..Swine Flu News…………..

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coconutfreek July 20, 2011 at 4:16 PM

was the swine flu a real thing or a scare tactic? I am going to have to read your blog. thanks.

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Annie - Hip Organic Mama May 6, 2009 at 4:56 PM

Gosh these links here, the blogs, they are just fantastic, so wonderful to find so many like-minded caring people who love real food and a real life. Thank you!

Annie – Hip Organic Mama’s last blog post..Carrots, Chlorine, & Kids, Oh My!

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Jennifer Joyner May 6, 2009 at 5:01 PM

Hi and thanks so much for the invite to participate in today’s carnival! I’ve submitted my most recent post.

Thanks again!

Jennifer Joyner’s last blog post..My Top 10 Traditional Foods

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Alyss May 6, 2009 at 5:39 PM

I posted today about wild greens, specifically comfrey. Nothing better than free food, right?!?! :)

Alyss’s last blog post..Greens, Greens, All the Meadow is Greens!

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Stacy at Completely Edible May 6, 2009 at 6:41 PM

I got your comment requesting me to link back to your page – I did, I said I’m submitting it to Real Food Wednesday with a link back to this specific post. I linked before the jump, or if you are viewing the entry in its entirety, in about the middle of the post. Please check back and let me know if I did it right or if I’m missing something! Thank you!

Stacy at Completely Edible’s last blog post..Nettles in a Soured Milk and Cottage Cheese Gratin

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LeahS July 20, 2011 at 9:09 AM

I have not been thrilled with my hummus the last few times I’ve made it. I’ll try yours next.

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