Monday Mania 4/9/2012

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist April 8, 2012

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

 

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  19. Happy Monday,

    This week I am sharing 3 healthy, fun recipes:

    (1) Strawberry Almond Ice Cream (SCD friendly, cane-sugar free, dairy free, soy free)

    http://www.thetastyalternative.com/2012/04/strawberry-almond-ice-cream-scd.html

    (2) Baked Apple and Cranberry Breakfast Crumble (SCD friendly, grain free, dairy free, cane-sugar free)

    http://www.thetastyalternative.com/2012/04/baked-apple-with-cranberries-crisp-my.html

    (3) Allergy-Friendly Coconut Pineapple Cupcakes (common tree nut free, dairy free, gluten free, egg free, soy free, gum free, cane-sugar free)

    Have a great week!
    –Amber
    Amber\’s last post: Strawberry Almond Ice Cream (SCD Friendly)

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  21. Buy a 50 ft. roll of turkey wire 4 ft. high with 2″ x 4″ spacing. Cut it in three 15 ft. lengths with 2″ extra wire sticking out at one end to hook onto the other end. Bring the ends together to form a large cage about 4 ft. in diameter. Use the 2″ piece to hook the ends together from top to bottom. Now weave vertical blind slats in the fence wire horizontally all the way around from top to bottom to make a large basket. This 50 ft. roll will make you three baskets. Be sure you locate each basket on level ground. Fill each basket with leaves,any kind except pine needles, and keep adding leaves for at least 2 weeks as they settle. This is very, very important because the leaves will pack down like a sponge. At the end of 2 weeks put at least 6 inches of planting soil on top covering the entire surface over the leaves. You must plant now because the weight of the soil will press the leaves down further and it will be hard to plant reaching over the fence wire after it settles. It will continue to settle for about 2 to 6 weeks depending on the type of leaves and the amount of rain. It should stop settling at about a 3 ft. height or waist height, ideal for those using wheelchairs. After the soil has settled to this point cut the top 10 inches of the fence wire off leaving 2 inch pieces sticking up all the way around, about 90 pieces. Bend these down inside to avoid being cut by the sharp ends. Save the part you cut off for use later. In 2 to 3 years it will have settled to about 2 ft. or less. This is slow composting also known as anaerobic digestion. In the end you end up with good humus. When you are ready to start over just lift the wire cage off leaving a large cake of humus, set the cage in a new location, put the 10 inch piece back on top, fill it with leaves, keep adding leaves for 2 weeks, add 6 inches of soil and you’ve started all over again. Plant

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  22. Use oatmeal cookie receipe adding shredded carrots and pecan pieces. You end up with what I call “Oaties”. They are just like brownies. The moisture in the carrots makes them swell up just right. Enjoy!

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  23. After much work and editing, I have posted the treatise I wrote years ago on why we don’t vaccinate. Sarah, one of your recent vaccine posts appears in my list of vaccine awareness links. Thanks for your work and effort in this realm!!

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  26. Thanks for hosting! I’ve been gaga about making mushroom sauce/soup since Thanksgiving, and I finally found my favorite! So I shared my Cream of Mushroom for Two :-)
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  30. Isn’t it nice to wake up to breakfast already made? To have something to eat that will sustain you and doesn’t make you feel cruddy? Especially when you have to get kids out the door early?

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  33. Anyone out there confused by all the different types of oats? From groats to quick-cooking, my latest post explains the degrees of processing and provides some great tips for preparing your perfect bowl of nutritious and tasty morning oatmeal.

    Thanks for hosting!

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  41. Hi (and happy Easter Monday!)

    I’ve posted a grain-free, gluten-free version of oreo cookies made with a coconut flour biscuit and a cream cheese filling. It’s weird but it works.

    Thanks, as ever, for hosting – this is such a great resource!

    Cat

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  67. Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable April 8, 2012 at 11:10 pm

    Thanks so much for hosting Sarah! I always enjoy networking and reading the other posts! Thank you for all you do :)

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