10/28/13

Ten Real Food Recipes

Fast food, convenience food, vending machine food. Ugh, fake food is everywhere! It is full of artificial colors, flavors, and well, is mostly just artificial food. Our bodies do not recognize it as fuel. They slurp up no vitamins and minerals from it as they are simply not present. Making your own takes more time and certainly more forethought but is almost necessary if you want a healthy gut, healthy body, and healthy mind.

Here are ten foods you can make very easily to replace processed junk that comes in a jar, can, box, or bag. They are all made with real food items and are a great beginning to tossing the dead foods that offer no nutrient value. They are delicious, easy, healthy and really, really, real!

 
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23 comments:

  1. Love your post!

    Robyn @ simply fresh dinners

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  2. Great list! We shared with our FB readers at homesteadlady.com.

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  3. Definitely checking out some of those recipes. :)

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  4. Thank you! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  5. Great article! It's time we kick the can and all the process foods. Fed our kids healthy organic foods that aren't filled with toxic ingredients. Love your ideas -coconut oil, raw yogurt. Thanks for posting. Visiting from Tuesday with a Twist!

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  6. Recently at the local farmer's market I had some spinach dip (raw food) that I absolutely loved. I mention this because the part that would normally be mayonnaise was created with cashew milk and other ingredients. My daughter gave me a raw foods cook book that has the recipe along with for other condiments. Great post pinning to my healthy eating board.

    Please share on Real Food Fridays extended til Nov 4, 2013.
    http://yourlife7.blogspot.com/2013/10/real-food-fridays-11-link-up.html

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    1. I always appreciate a pin Joyce!! Thanks so much!

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  7. Great post! I too believe it's important to eat "real" food! :)

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  8. Pinning for later! I want to try it all! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Tips and Tricks Tuesday, Janine!

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  9. Great post. I think we'd see a lot less sickness if we all ate better.

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  10. Great post! It just amazes me how much food is really not food at all. I can't understand how our society let this happen. I was sick for over a year with flu-like symptoms and not one doctor asked me what I was eating. It was only when I switched to a real food diet that I started to feel better. Just look at your list here. So easy to make these changes, but advertising has us so confused. I have a lot of friends who still think they are better off eating chemicals than real food. Crazy!

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    1. It makes me laugh that we now have to distinguish between real food and other food. Shouldn't everything be real? So glad that real food helped you. I tend to believe it is the miracle cure for everything.

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  11. What a great resource! I feel like my life started over the day I realized that I could MAKE much of what came premade in boxes and jars all by MYSELF! It blew my mind! It's normal for me nowdays, but there are still a couple of things on this list that I haven't tried tackling yet! Thanks for linking up to Wellness Wednesday at RaisingtheBarrs.com!

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    1. Me too! Although my mom rarely, if ever, cooked out of a box, I quickly jumped on the spaghetti sauce from a jar and mac and cheese from a box bandwagon. Since I kicked that stuff to the curb, I feel empowered and love having a skill!

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  12. I love coming up with new ways to replace "convenience foods" I buy. Congrats on being featured on Wildcrafting Wednesdays! I hope you’ll join us again and share more of your awesome posts in the future.
    http://www.herbanmomma.com/2013/11/wildcrafting-wednesday-11-6-13

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  14. Thanks for sharing this post. I like your food guide list.Great post.

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