Monday Mania 1/16/2012

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist

Welcome to Monday Mania, a health and wellness carnival where Real Foodies who blog come together to link up their popular posts.

These posts might be Real Food recipes, Book Reviews, Natural Remedies, or Green Home Tips. They might even be a blogger’s take on a media health report, a videoblog, podcast, or an exciting giveaway!

In short, these Awesome Posts are a complete free for all of incredible Real Foodie Wisdom! So, roll up your sleeves, link up and show us your stuff! Can’t wait to see what your Real Foodie brains have turned out recently!

Guidelines for Participating

* Please link up your blog post using the Linky widget below. If you are posting a recipe, only REAL FOOD recipes are permitted please! This means no processed food ingredients.

Hint: Tofu and textured vegetable protein are not Real Food. Neither are Splenda, soy milk, protein powder, or white sugar/white flour. Posts that do not qualify as Real Food will be deleted.

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

* Remember to link this post back to your blog and leave a comment.  Thanks!

Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist


Comments (82)


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  7. Thanks for the chance to link my blog, The National Fork. I included my recent post titled Monsanto Destroys World Agriculture. I posted twice because the first time I entered my name in the “your name” field. Sorry, I’ll know better next time.

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  9. I linked up my Pork Roast Croquettes, inspired by my Mom’s Salmon Patty Croquettes. This is a great way to use meat that has a dry texture (I think boiled chicken would work great!). Thanks for hosting!

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  11. #81 – fat free cottage cheese, fat free sour cream, low/reduced fat cheddar cheese, LEAN ground beef (and at the bottom of the page she “explains” why the beef without much fat is better for you).


    The recipe sounds good, but I’ll not be using her fat free, low fat, lean beef ingredient list, to be sure. If I make it I’ll be using my homemade cottage cheese and sour cream (from HIGH fat raw cow milk) and our grass-fed beef isn’t lean and we add coconut oil or butter when we fry it!

    The lady who writes that blog needs a lesson in good fats/bad fats.

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  16. Heba @ My Life in a Pyramid January 16, 2012 at 1:24 pm

    Hi Sarah! Thanks for hosting again :) I posted two this week – one about Egyptian-Style Preserved Lemons (from my Middle-Eastern focused site, and a recipe for Scalloped Potatoes au Gratin, a marriage of Scalloped Potatoes and Potatoes au Gratin – absolute creamy deliciousness for a cold winter’s day. Have a great day!

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  21. Thanks for hosting! This week on my blog I am highlighting other peoples blogs with some links to the great things that have inspired me over the last week. I have been trying to post a good foodie link a day on my new Facebook page and decided to compile them together into a single post for my blog. I also linked to post of my own about free or cheap (like one buck books) for self-publishing. You don’t need to spend a lot to get your book out there. Hope you can all stop by!

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  26. Octavian @ Full Fat Nutrition January 16, 2012 at 9:58 am

    I put a link to a review of the Vibram FiveFingers shoes. However, I put “my name” in the “your name” box, not the name of my post. Hope you can fix that Sarah :)

    Thanks for hosting this.


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  31. Hi Sarah! Happy Monday and thanks for hosting! I’ve linked up recipes for Shrimp and Dill soup, Beef and Carrot Stew with Parsnip and Potato Mash and a menu of traditional Scandinavian dishes to go with the movie Queen Christina.

    Thanks again,

  32. Heya everybody, happy Monday!

    This week I did a “day in the life” post of a real food day during my pregnancy. I’m still on my real food journey, and keeping track has helped to motivate me to stay on track. Hope some of you can stop by and give me some tips about what you ate during your pregnancy (or just some real food quick snack tips in general!).


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  34. I posted 4 this week – review of an ebook- simply clean, easy rice spaghetti with a good jarred sauce, a coconut flour giveaway, and a guest post about real food examples of cured diseases.

  35. Why pay retail or “whole paycheck” prices for grass-fed beef, natural toothpaste and coconut oil? Starting or joining a food buying club can not only get you better prices, but a connection to your local farmers and your neighbors too. My post is about how to start one in your community…

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  37. Thanks for hosting! My post this week is about a simple alternative to weight loss surgery, which used to be common before World War II–a low-carb, high-fat diet for weight loss. This diet would have been full of nutrients from the fat of grassfed animals. A low-carb, high-fat diet made with real food is satisfying and very nutritious.

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