Thursday, September 4, 2014

Real Food Fridays #54 Link Up

DO NOT LINK UP UNTIL YOU HAVE READ THE RULES.
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.

Notice
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 host are Mary from Back to the Basics, and Mary's Kitchen.
                     Your co-hosts are

Thanks to all the awesome real food bloggers who link up each week. Let's support each other by checking out at least one other blog posts, and let them know you found them at the Real Food link up.

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.

My features.

Traveling the Road of Healthy Eating from Organic 4 Greenlivings.







Allergy free Tropical Banana Recipes from Jennifer Weinberg.






Chewy Peanut Butter & Coconut Cookies from Raia's Recipes.




Moist, Rich and Delicious Coconut Flour Zucchini Brownies from Mommy Lives Clean. 




10 comments:

  1. Hi Joyce, thank you so much for featuring my coconut flour zucchini brownies! I didn't even get a ping back yet, I was just stopping by to check things out and was surprised to see it. Thanks for hosting this great link-up!

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    1. I do some freelancing and other businesses. I got caught up in that and actually viewed the posts from last week later than I planned. So, trying those zucchini brownies, thanks again for sharing.

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  2. Granted I don't have recipes like this, but I am sure my readers would like to see some too. Won't you sign my linky with one of your great recipes? I have a friend that that's all she can eat is recipes like yours. I shall give her your link. Thanks and hope to see you! Following you. Nice to meet you.

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  3. Hi Joyce, it's my first time linking up here and thanks so much for hosting. Have a nice weekend.
    Julie

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  4. Hello cute lady! I love stopping by your party each week. Thanks for hosting. I hope you get a chance to come by our party. We would love to see what you have been working on! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
    Happy Friday! Lou Lou Girls

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    1. Thanks for the invite I'll be right over.

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  5. Mmm! Everything looks so delicious! I know how I am spending the rest of my afternoon! ha ha!

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  6. Hi Joyce,
    Thanks so much for featuring my article "Traveling the Road to Healthy Eating" I believe it is so important that we take great care in what we eat wherever we are or travel. Have a healthy happy weekend.

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    1. Yes, it is we pack as much as we can then look for stores that carry organic. This worked real well our last trip.

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