Monday Mania 9/3/2012

by Sarah TheHealthyHomeEconomist

Welcome to the 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.


Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist


Comments (76)

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  14. Hello everyone!
    Thanks very much for hosting, Sarah!

    As a lifestyles writer and holistic health coach, I’m always on the lookout for clean REAL food that nourishes….I share with you one that deliciously fits the bill. Should you find yourself in norther Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley, be sure to stop in at Mercato Osteria and Enoteca. Local, market-fresh ingredients star in chef Francesco Buitoni’s simple, yet sophisticated osteria-style fare. Destination worthy…if you crave authentic Italian. My blog is My post and review of Mercato here:

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  26. Hi Sarah! Posted my simple and delicious turkey anytime recipe. Made a turkey this past week! Love the site, will share this one on my Facebook since there are so many amazing links!!

  27. Happy to see another wealth of posts here, as usual! Thank you, Sarah, for bringing us all together.

    As the happy mother of a ten-week old, I posted my first-time breastfeeding story. Come see how fat my baby has grown!!

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  29. thanks so much for having monday mania days! i love all the recipes, tips, and ideas shared by those who share the same philosophy. love your site and videos, too!

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  35. Good morning! I am sharing my family recipe for Creole Red Beans & Rice. This recipe is very adaptable. You can omit the rice and add additional liquid to create a delicious Red Bean Soup, or omit the meat and make a yummy veg meal. Hope you enjoy!

    Thanks for hosting, as always.

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  44. Thanks for hosting! My post this week debunks the claim that grazing animals are bad for the planet. Properly managed grazing restores grassland and increases the water supply. And grassfed meat is good for humans too!

    • Stanley, your case for grazing animals is valid and warranted but vegans have a point as well – both sides can and have put together studies, and have complied stats, and that battle can rage on ad infinitum.
      You love beef as do so many including my self – I am about to try a bacon burger that is actually half ground bacon and ground beef – as opposed to bacon strip – saw it on tv and the taste oozed through the television.
      The issue for me is that the sacrifice these animals make is wasted. We eat meat presumably not just for the taste, but for it’s nutrient value, it’s protein content. However your barbecue burgers that you spoke of in the blog don’t have any biologic protein left in them – which is fine for me (I’ll just take my BBQ burger with a slice of cheddar – and a beer!).

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