Welcome to the home page for 30 Days to a Food Revolution. Inspired by Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution to make a difference I have asked 30 different bloggers to join me in sharing how to shift from processed foods or unhealthy foods to the foods our bodies need and love.
30 days, 30 different food blogs, 30 ways to eat real food!
April 26th – June 4th
Scroll down to see each blog, their recipe and tip, and which day they posted. Click on the Day listed to see their post, click on the name of the blog to visit their blog.
Each food blogger will guest post on this site sharing their point of view and a recipe that is good for our bodies. This recipe could be a remake of a popular processed food which was originally taken from a traditional meal cooked in someone’s kitchen. So really they are taking the meal full circle.
The goal is to create a resource for people looking to make a difference after following Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. People looking for help on how to cook something they’ve always pulled from a box or maybe just reevaluating your diet.
9 Cookbooks to Win! Entries are now Closed. Winners announced soon!
Many of the guest bloggers have also written cookbooks or have services they are willing to share. In order to be entered to win one of those, here’s what you need to do to gather entries into the drawing. The more you do, the more chances you have to win!
- Leave a comment on this blog on as many of the 30 guest food bloggers as you like. Each comment is an entry.
- Sign up for The W.H.O.L.E. Gang newsletter.
- Visit that guest blogger’s site and leave a comment there too.
- Tweet about this project using both of these in your tweet so I’ll find you #30days2 #foodrevolution
When the initial 30 days of guest posts are over on June 4th, we’ll pick the winners.
Here are the prizes:
Carrie (Ginger Lemon Girl) will donate a free 30 minute gluten free baking question/answer coaching session and a fresh loaf of gluten free bread (mailed 2 day priority).
Books such as:
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef: A Love Story with 100 Tempting Recipes by Shauna James Ahern and Daniel Ahern (gluten free girl and the chef) NOTE: this book will be released in September and can be pre-ordered now on Amazon. Link can be found in my Shop.
The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook by Ali Segersten (The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen)
Make it Fast, Cook it Slow by Stephanie O’Dea (A Year of Slowcooking)
The Spunky Coconut by Kelly Brozyna (The Spunky Coconut)
Marrakesh Express by Nisrine Merzouki (dinners and dreams)
Gluten Free Almond Flour Cookbook by Elana Amsterdam (Elana’s Pantry)
The Gluten-Free Diner by Diane Eblin (The W.H.O.L.E. Gang)
Jamie’s Food Revolution by Jamie Oliver
You will also be introduced to many new blogs where you will find tons of resources so I encourage you to check them out.
Andrea’s Recipe: French Green Beans with Prosciutto and Pine Nuts
Andrea’s Tip: Grow Your Own
Heather’s Recipe: Time-Saving Chicken Kabobs
Heather’s Tip: Finding time for making a healthy meal.
Lauren’s Recipe: Pasta Bake
Lauren’s Tip: Healthy changes rather than quick fixes.
Karen’s recipe- Curried Cauliflower
Karen’s tip- How to bring more locally grown food into your lives
Beth’s Recipe: Mexican Red Lentil and Rice Soup
Beth’s Tip: Cook with Color
Nisrine’s Recipe: Falafel
Nisrine’s Tip: Simplify. Diversify. Rejoice.
Susan’s Recipe: Lemony Pasta with Fresh Peas, Ricotta, and Mint
Susan’s Tip: Make the Most Out of Your Next Farmers’ Market Trip
Carrie’s Recipe: Fresh Marinara Sauce with Meatballs
Carrie’s Tip: Eat foods that are fresh, natural, (and organic if possible), no matter what your dietary limitations are.
Jean’s Recipe: gluten free granola bars and homemade organic beef jerky
Jean’s Tip: How to eat real food when you travel
Shirley’s recipe: Garlic Lime Chicken
Shirley’s tip: make your own instant food
Erin’s Not Really A Recipe: Egg Bake Casserole
Erin’s Tip: Remember that Food is Your Fuel
Melissa’s Recipe: Leek and Potato (and maybe beet green) Soup
Melissa’s Tips: 8 steps to “revolutionary” transformation (and maybe enlightenment)
Katrina’s Recipe: Spicy Kale Salad
Katrina’s Tip: Eat in season no matter where you live
Julie’s Recipe: Cranberry Goji Bar Cookies
Julie’s Tip: Get your kids into the kitchen!
Ellen’s recipe: Buffalo Tofu with Dairy Free Ranch Dressing plus Roasted New Potatoes
Ellen’s tip: always leave the house with a snack.
Jenn’s Recipe: Mushroom & Goat Cheese Stuffed Burgers
Jenn’s Tip: Add fresh produce to spruce up classic meals
Alexa’s Recipe: Chicken Long Rice
Alexa’s Tip: Set aside one hour for a Pantry Purge Event
Anna’s Recipe: Crispy crunchy, full of nuts granola bars
Anna’s Tip: Cut back on sugar where you can
Alisa’s Recipes: Strawberry Mylk and Fruit ‘n Fiber Breakfast Shake
Alisa’s Tip: Enjoy the Seasons
Carol’s Recipe: Gluten-free Chicken Piccata
Carol’s Tip: Remove, Restore, Reinvent!
Simply Sugar and Gluten Free – Day 26
Amy’s Recipe: Apple & Carrot Breakfast Cake
Amy’s Tip: Progress, Not Perfection
Alison’s Recipe: 3-Ingredient Salad Dressing
Alison’s Tip: Serve Veggies & Salad Dressing to Kids before Dinner
Alta’s Recipe: Quinoa Salad with Spinach, Raisins and Walnuts
Alta’s Tip: Get Creative!
Iris’s Recipe: Tuna Burgers
Iris’s Tip: Double your recipes and freeze the leftovers
Linda’s recipe: Gluten-Free Foccacia Bread & Hamburger Buns
Linda’s tip: Get organized and plan
Sara’s Recipe: Caesar Salad
Sara’s Tip: How to snack at work without touching the vending machines
Kelly’s recipe: Coffee Cake
Kelly’s tip: Cook your own dry beans
Alissa’s Recipe: Rice and Nut milk Hot Cereal
Alissa’s Tip: Breakfast can be quick and nutritious
Michelle’s Recipe: Smashed Tomato and Basil Bruschetta and Pear, Honey and Quark Bruschetta
Michelle’s Tip: Cooking with Kids, a Grassroots Strategy for a Food Revolution
If you are a food blogger and are interested in participating in the continuation of this event on Tuesdays, please e-mail me directly.
And, if you like, add one of these badges to your site…