Quote of the Week–– “Organic is something we can all partake of and benefit from. When we demand organic, we are demanding poison-free food. We are demanding clean air. We are demanding pure, fresh water. We are demanding soil that is free to do its job and seeds that are free of toxins. We are demanding that our children be protected from harm. We all need to bite the bullet and do what needs to be done—buy organic whenever we can, insist on organic, fight for organic and work to make it the norm. We must make organic the conventional choice and not the exception available only to the rich and educated.” ― Maria Rodale, CEO and Chairman of Rodale
Heather @ Cook It Up Paleo
Joyce @ This is Your Life
Marla @ Organic4 Greenlivings (which is ME!)
Judee @ Gluten Free With Judee — 8 Gluten Free Healthy Salads
GiGi @ GiGi Celebrities — Teenage Mutant Mint Chip Ice-cream
Bethany & Rachel @ Athletic Avocado — Banana Bread Fruit Pizza
Natalie @ Kitchen Uncorked — Blueberry Cardamom Pancakes With Lemon Whip
Andrea @ Forest & Fauna — Low Carb Crepes Pancakes Dairy-free
What is Real Food?
“Real Food” is the food that our Grandmother’s and many of our Mother’s made and ate everyday. It might seem easy and fun to make the sugary, chemically, DIY recipes out there on the internet, but I can guarantee you it’s not healthy.
to share your unprocessed, gmo-free, locally grown or even from your own garden food
If your post includes items that are processed such as:
- Genetically Modified Ingredients
- Food dye
- Non-organic packaged baking mixes
- Cool Whip
Then it WILL be deleted. This is not real food! This is just plain unhealthy, toxic, garbage ingredients that causes disease and poor-health.
Here’s a great reference from Food Myths:
Link up your Real Food posts – share – comment! Processed and “junk food” posts will be deleted. This party runs from Thursday June 9th @7 pm EST through Monday June 13th at noon.
Please follow your hosts and consider adding the Real Food Friday button.
It would be wonderful if we would all support each other by checking out at least one other blog posts, let them a comment about their post, and that you found them at the Real Food Fridays link up.
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