Thursday, April 17, 2014

Real Food Fridays #34 Link Up

Rule #1  If your ingredients do not have the following labels on it, or the ingredients are not listed as organic, filtered water, or cane sugar, you are using genetically mutant ingredients, sorry to burst your bubble.

Rule #2 However, if you list your ingredients as just sugar, pepper, flour that is exceptable.  Images that include non-organic brands will be deleted. That means if you have a picture of what you used, and I see Kraft, McCormick, etc the post will be deleted.

Rule #3 Bloggers only.

By submitting your email address you give your permission to receive emails informing you the link up is live. 

The purpose of this link up is to help others change from genetically mutant foods to real foods. If you are not eating organic, you are consuming GMOs that are void of vitamins and minerals.

It’s Your Life

Your hosts are Mary from Back to the Basics, and Mary's Kitchen along with Joyce from It's Your Life.

                     Your co-hosts are

I love that we are growing, and thanks to those who post every week. There continues to be amazing posts which is making it real hard to pick two or three.

Love inventive people like Gurvy Green's idea of How to Grow Herbs in a Shoe Rack.

Grain Free Flat Bread in 20 Minutes is my kind of recipe from Gluten Free A-Z.

I admire those who can identify herbs in the wild, then create food 12+ Ways to Use Ramps by Almost Bananas.

Check out the new Facebook group for Real Food Bloggers, join us and share your posts. If you have been featured on any of the blogs hosting/co-hosting this link up your post will be shared on the Facebook group, shared on g+, and pinned to the Real Food Fridays board on Pintrest.

Feel free to link up your real food posts, bloggers only please, family friendly posts pertaining to anything related to real food, or health related link ups/blog hops.

Party runs Thursday night through Sunday at midnight.

Please grab the button, and put it somewhere on your blog so others can find us.


  1. Hi Joyce! Thanks for hosting! I'm sharing my Cashew Cranberry Quinoa Salad with Maple Citrus Dressing. I hope you have a blessed Easter!

    1. Thanks for sharing sounds great, interesting dressing must see.

  2. Thank you for the feature!!!! Have a beautiful weekend.

  3. Thanks for hosting! I’ve shared my cooked mayonnaise recipe that easy and free of most allergens. I also shared my sweet and health breakfast treat—Sweet Potato French Toast Custard. It’s great for kids that don’t like eggs.

    1. Both sound great, been looking for a homemade mayonnaise recipe I'll have to be sure to read that.