Thank you to everyone who shared last week and Happy Thanksgiving to those in the US!
Here are a few highlights from some wonderful whole food blogs. I hope you’ll pay them a visit, since these highlights, as you may expect, are only the tip of the iceberg.
Also, quick reminder that The Whole Food Revelation and The Whole Food Jump Start will be on a special 24 hour Black Friday sale tomorrow, so keep your eye out for an email from us with the details!
Tessa the Domestic Diva
Tessa is brilliant when it comes to developing recipes that are mostly allergy free. Her site has dairy free, gluten free and corn. She uses egg and soy sparingly. So if you’re feeling challenged because you have some of these allergies, it’s a great place to go.
Everything Heather does is so health conscious and delicious. You’ll be bound to love this recipe.
I freakin’ love rabbit. LOVE IT. Thanks for the awesome recipe Jennifer.
Though this is not the only granola I decided to feature here, this one has a fun gingerbread flavor that is lots of fun.
If you’re new to soaking nuts, this is a great intro to why you should and how simple it really is.
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Now it’s your turn to share your whole food recipes and ideas!