Real Food 101: April

Welcome. Real Food 101 is the place to share:

* easy recipes a real food beginner can tackle
* tips on learning to cook with real food

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Here’s my featured post from last week:

Roasted cauliflower, coconut milk, green curry paste, garlic… this is a cauliflower soup after my own heart. The Tasty Alternative posted what does indeed look like a tasty alternative to my regular cauliflower soup. I’m going to have to try this one soon. I wonder if there will be cauliflower in today’s CSA box.

Thanks, Amber!

Real Food 101: Dec. 5

Welcome! Real Food 101 is the place to share:

* easy recipes a real food beginner can tackle
* tips on learning to cook with real food

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Here’s my featured post from last week:

Jill, of Real Food Forager has posted about these beautiful coconut date linzer cookies. They’re grain free – made with coconut flour. There’s also a video so you can see exactly how to make it.

Thanks, Jill!

Real Food 101: March 5

Welcome. Real Food 101 is the place to share:

* easy recipes a real food beginner can tackle
* tips on learning to cook with real food

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Here’s my featured post from last week:

Amber from The Tasty Alternative has shared a delicious looking marinara sauce. This sauce isn’t made with tomato paste or canned tomatoes, but with actual, real live tomatoes. It makes all the difference.

Thanks, Amber!

Real Food 101 Nov. 13

Welcome. Real Food 101 is the place to share:
* easy recipes a real food beginner can tackle
* tips on learning to cook with real food

Here’s my featured post from last week:

Pam from Ramblings of a Happy Homemaker has done it again! She shows how you can grow your own bean sprouts. This seems like a great project to do with young kids.

Thanks, Pam!

Real Food 101

Real Food 101

Welcome. Real Food 101 is the place to share:
* easy recipes a real food beginner can tackle
* tips on learning to cook with real food
Note: If you’re reading this through a feed, click to view all the great posts other bloggers have shared.
Here’s my featured post from last week:

I’d never heard of fermented mustard, but I’d love to try it. Jessica from Natural Health and Prevention shows us how it’s done.

mustard

Thanks, Jessica!