30 Days to a Food Revolution Day 1-10

30 Days to a Food Revolution Day 13- Gluten Free For Good It’s been an amazing 10 days at the start of the 30 Days to a Food Revolution.  Have you been following along?  Did you learn some new recipes and gather new tips?  Have you been commenting and tweeting about the event?  If you have you’re in good company.  Even Jamie Oliver himself RT (re-tweeted) about this event.  Thank you Jamie!!!

So in case you missed out you’ll want to go back and check out what everyone is talking about.  Here are some quick links:

Day 1gluten free easily

Shirley’s recipe:  Garlic Lime Chicken

Shirley’s tip:  make your own instant food

Day 2The Spunky Coconut

Kelly’s recipe:  Coffee Cake

Kelly’s tip:  Cook your own dry beans

Day 3I am Gluten Free

Ellen’s recipe:  Buffalo Tofu with Dairy Free Ranch Dressing plus Roasted New Potatoes

Ellen’s tip:  always leave the house with a snack

Day 4The Gluten-Free Homemaker

Linda’s recipe:  Gluten-Free Foccacia Bread & Hamburger Buns

Linda’s tip:  Get organized and plan

Day 5–  Delectably Free

Beth’s Recipe: Mexican Red Lentil and Rice Soup

Beth’s Tip: Cook with Color

Day 6Jenn Cuisine

Recipe: Mushroom & Goat Cheese Stuffed Burgers

Tip: Add fresh produce to spruce up classic meals

Day 7Sure Foods Living

Alison’s Recipe: 3-Ingredient Salad Dressing

Alison’s Tip: Serve Veggies & Salad Dressing to Kids before Dinner

Day 8dinners and dreams

Nisrine’s Recipe: Falafel

Nisrine’s Tip: Simplify. Diversify. Rejoice.

Day 9Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen

Alissa’s Recipe: Rice and Nut milk Hot Cereal

Alissa’s Tip:  Breakfast can be quick and nutritious

Day 10The Messy Chef

Sara’s Recipe: Caesar Salad

Sara’s Tip: How to snack at work without touching the vending machines

Which recipes are you going to try?  Have you found something here that is helping you make the shift to eating real food?  Jump on board and join in.  It’s a lot of fun!

If you are interested in showing the world you either cook or blog real food, check out the Zazzle Store with aprons, mugs, grocery bags, magnets and more to come.  Remember 50% of any profit goes to the Huntington Kitchen, formerly Jamie’s Kitchen in Huntington, West Virginia.

Don’t forget:

In order to be entered to win one of 7 cookbooks, here’s what you need to do to gather entries into the drawing.  The more you do, the more chances you have to win!

  1. Leave a comment on this blog on as many of the 30 guest food bloggers as you like.  Each comment is an entry.
  2. Sign up for The W.H.O.L.E. Gang newsletter.
  3. Visit that guest blogger’s site and leave a comment there too.
  4. 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.

3 Responses to 30 Days to a Food Revolution Day 1-10

  1. amy May 8, 2010 at 4:52 pm #

    very nice list of links! am looking at them all right now.

  2. Kelli May 17, 2010 at 9:25 pm #

    I didn't know if we should leave a comment on this page for an entery. So here it is!


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