Fat Tuesday: June 5, 2012

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It’s that time of the week when real foodies come together for a food festival! Fat Tuesday is the official end of Mardi Gras and here at Real Food Forager we are having our own Fat Tuesday Forager Festival! Every Tuesday come join in this Real Food Free For All!

Link up your great real food recipes, natural remedies, posts, articles and book reviews about real food, food politics, green living and our food supply.

Special diet recipes are welcome such as SCD, GAPS, gluten free, dairy free, sugar-free, Paleo, Primal, all are welcome as long as they involve REAL FOOD. Please feel free to post your recipe in the comments section if you are not a blogger.

Giveaways are welcome as long as they involve only real food items or cool kitchen tools. Pretty much anything goes — it’s party time!

The Rules are simple:

1 — No artificial ingredients. Nothing commercially canned, packaged or processed. No fake foods. No soy or tofu, no artificial sweeteners like Splenda, no bad fats like margarine, soybean or corn oil. You get the idea.

2 — Provide a link back to this post on your site (a common courtesy).

3 — Please do not make me delete any non real food linkups. Please don’t link them here. This is a place for real food recipes and issues.

4 — Please link the URL of your actual blog post and not your blog’s home page.

5 — Be kind and come back and leave a comment after linking up. And check out some of the links. There is a wealth of knowledge here.

Be sure to visit on Sunday for Sunday Snippets, a weekly post that features recipes and articles from the previous Fat Tuesday. The next feature could be yours so be sure to check back!



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  • Danielle @ Fresh4Five June 4, 2012, 8:32 pm

    I added some Paleo, Vegan Push-Pops this week!

    Thank you for hosting!

    Reply
  • Linnae June 4, 2012, 9:04 pm

    This week I sharing a recipe for Strawberry Vinaigrette!

    http://ournourishingjourney.com/2012/06/04/recipe-strawberry-vinaigrette/

    Reply
  • Susan June 4, 2012, 9:09 pm

    I’ve shared a post about why I have not yet planted my cucumbers. http://learningandyearning.com/2012/06/04/bacterial-wilt-why-i-delay-planting-cucumber/

    Reply
  • Thanks for hosting! My post this week is about how traditional cooking methods are the best for grass fed meat. Microwaves and slow cookers are not the best for cooking traditional meat, for a variety of reasons. Besides, cast iron cookware can be so easy to use, when you know how to use it.

    Traditional Heat Is Best for Cooking Grassfed Meat

    Reply
  • Dori @ Nourishing Foodways June 4, 2012, 11:04 pm

    Hello Fat Tuesday!
    Thanks for hosting us Jill!
    This week I’m sharing gluten-free Sourdough Teff Waffles topped with Strawberry Sauce.
    Best wishes,
    Dori @ Nourishing Foodways

    Reply
  • Amanda @ Traditional Foods June 4, 2012, 11:04 pm

    I also shared a recipe for iron inhibitors in food from my iron site.

    Reply
  • Debbie @ Easy Natural Food June 4, 2012, 11:54 pm

    Hi Jill, I’ve linked up my Tangy Carrot-Apple Salad, my Energy Trail Mix and a review/giveaway of Beyond the Peel’s The Whole Food Revelation Cookbook!

    Reply
  • amber June 4, 2012, 11:58 pm

    Hello Jill,

    Hope you’re well.

    This week I am sharing…

    (1) Raw Cauliflower Apricot Curry Salad

    http://www.thetastyalternative.com/2012/05/raw-cauliflower-apricot-curry-salad-scd.html

    (2) Nutrient Dense Berry Beet Smoothie

    http://www.thetastyalternative.com/2012/06/welcome-home-beet-smoothie-scd-friendly.html

    Ginger Lemon Cookie Chews (Vegan, Grain Free, Low Glycemic)

    http://www.thetastyalternative.com/2012/05/lemon-ginger-cookie-chews-with-lemon.html

    Have a great rest of your week

    Be Well,
    –Amber

    Reply
  • Caralyn @ glutenfreehappytummy June 5, 2012, 12:10 am

    I added the Pink and Purple Pile Up! A delicious, low-fat salad with snap peas and cabbage! Yum!!

    It’s gluten free, vegan, and Body Ecology Diet friendly! Thanks for hosting!

    Reply
  • Tiffany @ The Coconut Mama June 5, 2012, 12:12 am

    Hey Jill! I’ve linked my recipe for simple coconut flour muffins!
    Thanks for hosting 🙂

    http://thecoconutmama.com/2012/06/simple-coconut-flour-muffins/

    ~ Tiffany

    Reply
  • Laura @ Gluten Free Pantry June 5, 2012, 12:44 am

    Howdy Jill,

    Thank you for hosting this fabulous event every week. I shared 3 recipes today:
    -Luscious Lime “Cream” Bars
    -Chickpea Salad with a Kick
    -Black Forest Smoothie

    I am looking forward to checking out all the yummy recipes that have been posted!

    Reply
  • shaheen June 5, 2012, 5:22 am

    As always thank you for hosting. I’ve submitted Leafy Beetroot Bites – very moreish. I am hoping to make some more very soon.

    Reply
  • Leslie @ Real Food Freaks June 5, 2012, 6:17 am

    Hi Jill!

    This week I shared a tutorial for making your own beef jerky using a dehydrator or an oven.

    Thanks, Leslie

    Reply
  • Mary @ Homemade Dutch Apple Pie June 5, 2012, 7:12 am

    I’m sharing my daughter’s recipe for apple honey crunch – made 3 different ways. There are GAPS versions, and they are super easy for kids to make!

    http://voogtrecipes.blogspot.com/2012/06/apple-honey-crunch-three-ways.html

    Reply
  • Rebecca @ Natural Mothers Network June 5, 2012, 7:47 am

    Hi Jill! I have linked a post on natural antibiotics for your family’s medicine cabinet. A post on healthy popsicles and some strawberry jam without using processed sugar or pectin..Thanks for hosting:-)Have a wonderful week! Rebecca @ Natural Mothers Network ( Seasonal Celebration Sunday) x

    Reply
  • Kathy (aka Mrs Dull) June 5, 2012, 8:33 am

    Thanks for Hosting! This week I’m continuing my Real Food Economics 101 series with The Real Food Lifestyle Costs Less, an overview of ways we save money just by eating real food. Also, Are Whole Grain Flours Traditional? Click thru to find out 🙂

    Reply
  • The Intentional Minimalist June 5, 2012, 8:35 am

    Thank you for hosting! This week I have shared the following seasonal farm-to-table recipes that promote the benefits of good health through nutrition from eating fresh unprocessed seasonal produce:

    Spring Greens Soup
    http://www.theintentionalminimalist.com/2012/06/spring-greens-soup.html

    Asparagus and Poached Egg with Verjus Hollandaise Sauce
    http://www.theintentionalminimalist.com/2012/05/asparagus-and-poached-egg-with-verjus.html

    Rhubarb and Asparagus Ribbon Salad with Maple Leek Dressing
    http://www.theintentionalminimalist.com/2012/05/rhubarb-asparagus-ribbon-salad-with.html

    Asparagus, Wild Leeks and Prosciutto Pizza
    http://www.theintentionalminimalist.com/2012/05/asparagus-wild-leeks-prosciutto-pizza.html

    Peashoot, Spinach & Honeydew Salad with Verjus Vinaigrette
    http://www.theintentionalminimalist.com/2012/05/peashoot-spinach-honeydew-salad-with.html

    Happy cooking!
    The Intentional Minimalist

    Reply
  • Stacy @Stacy Makes Cents June 5, 2012, 9:05 am

    Thanks for hosting, Jill!
    I’ve linked up Brownie Pie….sooooooooooooooooo good.

    Reply
  • Sarah @ One Sweet Heat June 5, 2012, 9:52 am

    Okay, obviously this is my first time doing this because I thought it was asking for MY name, not the recipe name! D’oy! I feel a little silly now, but I promise I’ll get it right from now on 🙂 My recipe is actually called Guilt-Free BBQ Chicken Sandwiches 😉

    Thanks for doing this!

    Reply
  • Jessica June 5, 2012, 10:17 am

    Thanks for hosting! I posted about a new raw whole food supplement that can replace a multivitamin and so much more…

    http://naturallivingsocal.blogspot.com/2012/05/sealogica.html

    Reply
  • Barb @ Frugal Local Kitchen June 5, 2012, 11:22 am

    Thanks for hosting! I needed some fresh inspiration this month!

    Reply
  • Laurie June 5, 2012, 11:49 am

    Hey Jill! thanks for hosting!

    I’ve been busy out in the garden. (Still planting!) I put together this post last weekend and I think you’ll really enjoy this one. It’s all about the health benefits of gardening, including several that I haven’t seen mentioned very frequently.

    http://www.commonsensehome.com/8-health-benefits-of-gardening/

    Have a great week!

    Reply
  • Vicky June 5, 2012, 12:05 pm

    Hi Jill! I wrote a post about Vanilla this week as part of my herb and spice series. The simple recipe accompanying the post is Vanilla Ice Cream suitable for the SCD.

    Thank you for hosting!

    Reply
  • France @ Beyond The Peel June 5, 2012, 12:11 pm

    Happy Tuesday Jill!

    I’m sharing a delicious Zucchini Salad with Mint, Feta & a Parsley Vinaigrette, the perfect appetizer: Spring Pea and Avocado Crostinis, and an Easy Breezy Trick To Make Polenta That You’d Never Believe Would Work.

    http://www.beyondthepeel.net/2012/06/easy-breezy-no-stir-polenta.htmll

    Have a great day!

    Reply
  • Kendahl @ Our Nourishing Roots June 5, 2012, 12:44 pm

    This week I’m sharing my Linky Links for May, as well as a recipe for Herb Roasted Potatoes & Parmesan Cheese. Yum!

    I also have two posts: one about Ethical Omnivorism and how we overlap with veganism in some ways.

    But my favorite post is my explanation of how Saturated Fat and Cholesterol will NOT give you Heart Disease. Enjoy!

    Reply
  • Athena June 5, 2012, 12:47 pm

    Thanks for hosting!! Loved the Kale Chips Post!

    Reply
  • Gabriela @ Renaissance Woman June 5, 2012, 12:47 pm

    Ooo I’m so excited to check out the recipes this week – so many healthy and delicious options! I shared my Fountain of Youth Smoothie – it’s a great drink to slurp up during summer, while replenishing those enzyme stores. Have a great week!

    Reply
  • Kim June 5, 2012, 2:11 pm

    My first link here! I posted a very simple, but very yummy chicken dinner. I love all the posts, there is always something new to learn!

    Reply
  • Dawn @ Small Footprint Family June 5, 2012, 3:03 pm

    Hi! I’ve had gardening on the brain at Small Footprint Family this week, and posted on organic disease control and 100 things you can (and should) compost.

    Hope you have a great week!!

    http://www.smallfootprintfamily.com/100-things-you-can-compost

    Reply
  • Bianca @ Wholesome In The City June 5, 2012, 5:41 pm

    I am new to posting and sharing but love this sense of community that I am finding amongst the Real Food bloggers. I shared my simple strawberries and cream post and would love to add a trackback but don’t know how to do that. Can someone guide me in the right direction? Warmest Regards to you all.

    Reply
  • Melissa @ Dyno-mom June 5, 2012, 5:45 pm

    I have a pretty funny post this week, all about a reprehensible food choice that came back to haunt me. Check it out!

    Reply
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