Monday Mania 1/2/2012

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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  11. Hi Sarah, just finished watching a video showing how to render pork.

    The other lady mentioned where she had gotten her pastured fed fat, but i was not able to hear the name. Would it be possible for you to tell me where she gets her fat. I am having a hard time finding any. I want to make sure it is from pastured pigs.

    Thanks for you help


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  13. Hello,

    This week I sharing a super easy dinner that takes not time to prepare and extremely delicious: Roasted leek and mushroom pork chops with homemade applesauce. :-)

    Happy New Year!

    Be Well,

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  20. Dang, posted my name next to “Your Name” when I should have posted the blog title. Reposting. Sorry for the duplicate link.

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  27. Hey Sarah, great idea! Thanks for all your great info. I posted a link to a post on non-toxic household cleaning products and I accidentally linked the wrong name. Shoot. Anyway, hope everybody learns something!

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  31. Hi Sarah,
    I just found your blog and I’m loving it! This is my first Monday Mania and I’ve linked up my recipe for Escalopes de porc à la normande, a traditional recipe from Normandy.

    Thanks for helping with my resolution to just eat real food!

    Happy New Year!

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  34. Hi Sarah,
    Today I posted an assessment of Alton Brown’s (star of Good Eats) dietary advice as presented on the Dr. Oz show (a painful show to watch, I might add) as well as a recipe.

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  39. Happy New Year Sarah,

    Today I share why I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions in #17 Bathroom Exercises. Confused? Check it out to know what I mean :)

    I also shared some of my favorite tips for working with sourdough in #18 Starting A Sourdough Starter and #19 Troubleshooting Sourdough.

    Have a great week!

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  43. Melissa Gutierrez January 1, 2012 at 11:59 pm

    Hi Sarah,

    Love your blog! We just had it on our blogroll last month. Our post is a review of a new book that advocates that women stop being afraid of saturated fats and that they are in fact essential for our well-being.

    Here’s to a great 2012!

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  46. Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable January 1, 2012 at 11:52 pm

    Thank you for hosting another great carnival and Happy New Year:) Today I have shared a recipe for homemade freezer breakfast burritos along with a post highlighting 10 ways to repurpose old t-shirts.

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  49. Sarah, hope you have a very Happy New Year! For Christmas dinner, we had a traditional goose. The goose was rich and satisfying, with crisp skin. My post is about how I used the whole goose. This included using nutrient-dense innards in my stuffing and saving the glorious goose fat.

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