Monday Mania – 1/24/2011

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist

Welcome to the 26th edition of Monday Mania, a carnival where Real Food bloggers 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 amazing 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. REAL FOOD recipes only please! This means no processed food ingredients!

* Please use 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.



Comments (40)

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  2. Hi!

    I posted an article about fighting community water fluoridation. It’s an important fight to have, and I believe we should be basing our arguments on principle, rather than on science.

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  7. I kinda made this recipe up and then realized it was GAPS and- probably one of the best dinners I’ve ever made! Spaghetti squash with meat sauce- a GAPS version of spaghetti. Enjoy!

  8. I really look forward to Monday Mania and always find something interesting and useful. Today I especially enjoyed the Herbal Medicine Chest! Thanks for making so much information available.

  9. Hey Sarah, thanks for all your great articles! Love ’em! I’m in another video contest at Natural News TV (the one you won last time) and hope that people might be inspired enough by my story of struggling to get a diagnosis for almost two decades and then struggling to treat Lyme naturally– without antibiotics. Like you, I’m going to donate a portion of any winnings to a non profit. In my case, a Lyme non profit. All my best. Are you coming to CA for the WAPF conference?

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  11. Spicy Green Beans!

    Steam or sautee 1 lb. of green beans and a thumb sized piece of ginger root, cut up into pieces

    Top with sauce made from 1 part dijon mustard and 3 parts cultured raw cream–you can also cut up scallions to put in sauce and used garlic salt.

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  13. Hi Sarah, I wanted to share this fabulous recipe for Eggplant. Not the most popular vegetable, but made like this it would be! It is also a fabulous vegetarian recipe that is definitely worthy of guests. Thanks for hosting Sarah. I look forward to everyone’s post.

  14. Hi Sarah- I am posting my lard rendering recipe today, which I’ve been meaning to do since last fall. Better late than never! My recipe includes information about rendering on the stovetop, crockpot , the health benefits and historical use of pastured lard.

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  16. I posted a recipe for coconut cream blender pie. I used xylitol in my recipe since I am eating low carb but you could easily and yummily use honey or maple syrup in the same amount.

  17. Hi Sarah, thanks for hosting!
    I posted about the great vendors at my favorite Farmer’s Market in Santa Monica and some of the delectable foods I bought last week.
    I would love to hear about what others are finding in their farmer’s markets around the country.

    • Hi Stanley!

      I read your post but the commenting was turned off, so thought I would share my thoughts here.

      It was very encouraging to me to read how your WAP diet not only promoted healing in your knee, but protected it from further injury. Osteoporosis is rampant among the women in my family, and I have been so afraid my entire life of getting that familiar “humpback.” It’s good to know that with my steady diet full of grass-fed animal products, raw dairy, and healthy fats, I have hope of escaping that same fate!

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  19. Hi Sarah,

    I linked up a book review of “Special-Needs Kids Go Pharm-Free” by Judy Converse. This is a wonderful resource for parents who do not want to medicate their children with prescription drugs, and who need help with various health issues. She covers ADHD, depression, anxiety, autism spectrum disorders, growth problems, asthma, sleep problems, kids with frequent infections, eczema, etc. It’s easy to read and packed with practical information.


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