Monday Mania 5/14/2012

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 (106)

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  7. Thank you for the Link Up! I linked up my personal story and quest to end my sugar addiction and battle. In addition, I want your stories as well!-Perhaps in a Linky, Ill get that started, and get a Sugar Blues Book!

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  13. Barb @ Frugal Local Kitchen May 15, 2012 at 10:21 am

    Thanks for hosting! I’m always inspired when I check out the links each week! Today, I’m posting about what I’m growing in our vegetable garden and a natural fertilizer called comfrey.

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  19. Thanks for hosting! This week I am talking about how to clean without chemicals and with stupid easy recipes and cheap cleaning supplies. Just because I am a neatnik, does not mean that I am not cheap and little lazy.

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  21. Hi! I posted my recipe for Coffee Ice Cream suitable for the SCD today (and accidentally linked the white chocolate recipe I linked last week). But since I covered the ice cream in SCD legal white chocolate and hazelnuts perhaps it’s relevant!

    Have a lovely week and thank you for hosting!

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  22. I linked to an article about a mother’s kitchen sanctuary, and how the motions and rhythms of traditional food preparation a healing and restorative. Thanks for the opportunity, Krista

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  24. Hi thanks again for hosting! This week I shared #3 in my scratch, no canned ingredient marinara series – Mighty Mushroom. I like to buy over-ripe tomatoes at my local Farmer’s Market for $1/lb. I make the sauce ahead and freeze it in a mason jar (leave room for expansion) and use it when I need it. Enjoy!

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  25. My post on the threats to health freedom and how to protect it now. I hope to have an article up soon on what cancer really is and how to prevent it.

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  28. I shared my recipe for Apricot Oat Crunchies. These cookies are pretty healthy because they contain dried apricots, dried coconut, oatmeal and cornflakes. This recipe is gluten free, but they can be made using “regular” flour if you don’t have issues with gluten.
    My next version of this cookie will be to remake it using liquid stevia and coconut sugar. I will eventually offer all of my recipes with that option as soon as I test them that way.
    Thanks for hosting!

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  39. I shared Baby Arugula with Blueberries and Walnuts, unfortunately, I copied the wrong link on #87, so please delete that one. Sorry about that! #88 is correct and will show an easy, healthy side salad for baby arugula. :)

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  40. Thanks for hosting this terrific gathering. I’ve posted an article on a truly artisanal bakery located in Marin County, California. But they do ship! It’s the only bread I’ve been able to find that is stone ground, only made with heritage or GF seed grains, no chemicals of any kind, fermented for 24 hours and hand made with love. Check out the photo essay — you can see the integrity in Mario’s face / owner, chemist, baker.
    http://cleanlivingguide.com/post/food/grindstone-bakery/

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  41. Thanks for hosting this terrific gathering. I’ve posted an article on a truly artisanal bakery located in Marin County, California. But they do ship! It’s the only bread I’ve been able to find that is stone ground, only made with heritage or GF seed grains, no chemicals of any kind, fermented for 24 hours and hand made with love. Check out the photo essay – you can see the integrity in Mario’s face / owner, chemist, baker.

    Reply
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  44. There is LOTS of good stuff up today! What a smorgasbord! I posted a recipe for a Cold Overnight Salad (http://dotalanecdotes.blogspot.com/2012/05/dinner-for-hot-day-cold-overnight-salad.html), which just hits the spot when it’s hot and heavy-humid out and you want to get dinner done early in the morning. The recipe calls for mayonnaise, please note that I make my OWN mayonnaise since there is nothing you can buy that beats homemade … especially not “best foods,” ha ha ha what a funny name for a horrid brand. I am going to hit as many posts as I can now to snag awesome recipes and tips for the week. For future reference, do you want our posts to be strictly regarding food? I was thinking about linking to a blog post about my wonderful experience practicing hot yoga every day while pregnant, but as it is not food/kitchen-tips related I didn’t.

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    • Loved your post Sherry! I am so glad you shared it!! There are lots of people besides just kids that don’t like cultured foods, too … my husband has a few friends who decline anything that smacks of “health food” (a.k.a. anything that does not come from a vending machine) and sometimes when they come over for dinner … I am at a loss as to what I can feed them!

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  46. Andrea Huehnerhoff via Facebook May 14, 2012 at 9:18 am

    I love Monday Mania!!! It’s such a splendid mash-up of awesomeness … thank you for hosting!!

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  47. Oops, I entered my name instead of “Banana Bone Broth Smoothie” as the link title. Sarah inspired me to try bone broth in a smoothie last week. My experiment and a delicious smoothie recipe followed, which I wrote a blog post about.

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  50. Thank you for a great link up!! I just added my giveaway for a totaly natural and “green” monthly feminine product that I love!! Buy once and use again and again. No waste, no monthly cost, and no chemicals inside your body are all great reasons to check it out!!

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  58. Happy Monday all!

    I’ve posted two recipes – one is a decadent (but still nutritious!) gluten/grain-free chocolate marble torte made with cream cheese, chocolate and carob powder.
    The other is a simple and tasty pork in parsley butter.

    Thanks for hosting, see you next week :)

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    • I’m super happy to find your Sugar-Free Elderbery syrup. Though after looking at your recipe, it’s more of an infusion (tea) – and freezing it is smart because it’s almost “instant” tea for any time you need it:)

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  74. Thank you for hosting this awesome link-up. Today I shared Baked Pasta Florentine with homemade whole wheat noodles, and White Borscht. The link-up party is just gettng started, so I’ll be back to “shop” for recipes later on…

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