Welcome to Whole Food Wednesdays! You’re invited to come and share your real food recipes using the Linky below. We’re excited to see what yummy things you’ve been creating and what great informational posts and videos you’ve got for us!
I normally share a recipe on Whole Food Wednesday. It has usually been a salad because, lets face it, when it comes to hump day, we want something fast. Chances are you haven’t had as many veggies as you set out to at the beginning of the week, so there’s a little catching up to do. But no salad recipes today. Instead…how about a film?
This week I was at Delicious Obsessions, who shared this trailer and a link to watch a Free Worldwide Online Premiere of Hungry for Change. If you’ve never been to Jessica’s site, you should definitely check it out. Her site is packed with fun facts, videos, how to’s and a year long series on Bad Ass Bacteria – a series on fermented food. I decided to help Jessica spread the word.
This Free Worldwide Online Premiere of Hungry For Change is a documentary that is free to view online until March 31st. This documentary might interest you if you liked films such as Food Inc, or are interested in health and wellness, nutrition, weight loss, curing disease through food, learning about the dangers of processed foods and trying to lead a healthier lifestyle. If none of these topics interest you, you just might be on the wrong website. Just saying.
There are plenty of familiar faced experts in the film and it’s also backed by some of my favorite inspirational speakers, such as Anthony Robbins and Jack Canfield. Remember, it’s only free until March 31st.
Here’s the trailer
Want to watch the full flick? Click here.
After you’ve seen the documentary you may be interested in the Food Matters Project as well.
Whole Food Wednesdays
To come and play, use the linky tool below to add your link. Add up to 3 links and tell us what you’ve been up to all week. Only link to the specific post and not your home page or else we won’t be able to find all that juicy information you’ve left us with. Make sure to link back to this post from your post.
- 1. Follow Beyond The Peel on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. It’s very easy to do and there are also buttons at the bottom of this page to do so.
- 2. Introduce yourself, your blog, and what you’re about in the comment section and a small blurb about what you’re sharing. This way people can get to know you a little bit right off the hop and hopefully follow you as well.
- 3. Be sure to add a link in your post back to this post. Simple linky etiquette. This allows your readers to find other posts that may help them on their journey.
- 4. If you’re sharing recipes, the only requirement is that the ingredient list be comprised of real food only, that means non-processed food items. That being said, we are all in different places on our real food journey, some more advanced than others. I invite all of you to share, no matter where you are on your journey, but I ask you to stay mindful when sharing your recipes that this is a whole (real) food blog. This means, no ingredient lists that include edible oil products (velveeta, frozen whip topping), unfermented tofu, protein powders, ketchup, white flour or white and brown sugar.
- 5. Less of a rule but more a suggestion: Retweet, Stumble, or Pin this post so EVERYONE gets more exposure and traffic. It’s win-win for everyone.
- 6. Don’t have a blog? That’s ok, we’d still love to hear from you. Write your recipes or tips in the comment section so we can get to know you too!
- 7. Please visit some of the links below. After all, that’s how we’ll get to know each other!
Now it’s your turn to share your whole food recipes and ideas!
I’m sharing this with These Chicks Cook, Allergy Free Wednesday, Tasty Alternative, What’s Cooking Wednesday, Real Food Wednesday, Pennywise Platter Thursday, Simple Lives Thursday, and Full Plate Thursday.