Sunday Snippets: October 2, 2011

Sunday

Welcome to Sunday Snippets. This is a weekly feature that allows you to take a quick peek at posts that I loved from my FAT TUESDAY carnival this past week. I’ll also summarize some posts from my blog from the past week. If you missed some or didn’t have time to read the whole post this “snippet” will give you the gist of it.

Here are some articles and recipes that I picked from FAT TUESDAY that really stood out for me. Each week I’ll be featuring some links from FAT TUESDAY so be sure to link up your best posts! If you are not a blogger, this is a place to connect with fascinating writings from all over the blogosphere!

This week we had so many wonderful selections it was really hard to choose… but here are a few of my favorites!

The Autoimmune Epidemic, Can Detox Treatments Help? by Common Sense Homesteading. This is a very interesting post about all the toxins in our environment and how we can deal with them.

Is Cereal Good For You? by Real Food Freaks. This is  a comprehensive post about the dangers of eating the typical American breakfast and why.

Mango Ice Cream by Ruth’s Real Food. This is the easiest ice cream recipe you will ever see! And it looks delisch!

Primal Non Dairy Coffee Creamer by Following my Nose. This actually solves the problem of drinking coffee (which is really not healthy but many people still do…) and being dairy-free.

Recipe: Easy Pear Sauce by Scratch Tree House. This is something I do a lot and it is a great easy snack!

Bone Broths 101 by Jaded Mama. It’s always good to see how others make their bone broths. These are very good directions for such an important staple!

In addition, here are some posts from my blog this week that you may want to take a peek at…

5 Reasons for my 28 day Real Food Grain-Free Challenge – This outlines some reasons for eliminating grains from your diet. It is also a heads up for the coming 28 day challenge starting October 5. Join up for some support, a prize and fun!

Video/Recipe:Coconut Cream Icing or Filling – short video/recipe for this solution to the dairy-free problem of replacing cream.

From Subsidies to Junk Food – Subsidy tax dollars go to 4 major crop products that feed the junk food industry.

Video/Recipe: Pecan Crusted Apple Crisp – delicious recipe with an amazing grain-free crust.

Fat Tuesday Sept 27, 2011 – A fabulous collection of the wisdom and great eats in the real food world this week.

 

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  • Ilana Grostern October 2, 2011, 2:57 am

    Thank you, Jill, for the feature! Very much appreciated :)

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  • Rebeccabeekeeper October 2, 2011, 12:09 pm

    I love this Sunday snippet idea!  I used to miss way too much of the great stuff you have each week just due to lack of time.  Thank you!

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  • chowstalker October 2, 2011, 5:49 pm

    Thanks so much Jill!  I really appreciate the opportunity to share with your readers and would love it if you (and any others) accepted the invitation to share on Chowstalker.com or Desertstalker.com – both sites are gluten-free and real food recipes only.!! Thanks again! Patty

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  • Laurie Neverman October 3, 2011, 3:43 am

    Thanks for the feature, Jill.  What a pretty photo you have with this post, and so much excellent information on your site.  I haven’t gone grain free yet, but have significantly reduced my grain intake.  It’s a tough transition, as I come from a family of bakers.

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    • Jill October 3, 2011, 10:40 am

      Hi Laurie,
      That would be hard — in a family of bakers — on the other hand they may be able to help you convert conventional recipes to grain-free!

      Reply
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