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618 comments to Contact

  • Hi there!

    I just wanted to say that I stopped by your blog for the first time today. WOW! Maybe someday I’ll have the rich content that you do! ;-) I am a brand new blogger and in putting it out there on my Facebook page, I had a friend ask me if I had ever read yours. Unfortunately, I never had (I’ve never really been one to read blogs, until now)!:) I have been a clean-eater for quite sometime and truly believe in the difference it makes in one’s life. You are obviously a great source of inspiration (to bloggers and to those trying to change their lifestyle)! Just wanted to say so!

    Sincerely,
    Jen M.

  • julie

    I think eating right is great I have diabetes and celiac disease. My issue is I don’t agree with having a school change there rule on going nut free. If a child has a peanut allergy they need to deal with not make all the kids in school say you cant have peanut butter and jelly because of one kid really that’s crazy.. That’s like saying you can pray because I don’t believe in it. My child has things he has to deal with but I don’t ask the school and all the kids to change for him he has to live in the real world and deal with it.. Teachers and kids should be aware of the issue and to be cautious but it really is wrong to ask a school to go peanut free.. Really

  • MICKEY

    I am on day 11 of 100 days of real foods but I am confused by a couple of things. First….alot of the recipes that I am using call for coconut oil. I have seen two types of coconut oil…the white thick kind and then the clear oily kind. Which type should I be eating? Also, in the pumpkin bread recipe it calls for a can of pumpkin puree but doesn’t refer to what size can. Can you please answer these questions? Thanks! Mickey

    • Assistant to 100 Days (Amy)

      Hello Mickey. Here is some info on cooking with coconut oil: http://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2012/02/07/how-to-cook-with-coconut-oil/. The differences in the oils you are seeing is likely just that of temperature. Right now my coconut oil is partially liquid because it is warmer in my home. It is completely solid during cooler months. That is all normal. :) As fro the pumpkin, I believe it calls for one cup of pureed pumpkin. The cans I buy are 15 ounces so I often double the recipe or make pumpkin pancakes the next day. ~Amy

  • HeidiLynn

    What is your take on the super-popular paleo diet? I can understand and appreciate the science of excluding gluten/dairy/legumes/sweetners, but is it necessary?

  • MICKEY

    HI! COULD YOU PLEASE GIVE ME YOUR THOUGHTS ON USING raw organic cane sugar/rapadura? I HAVE BEEN DILIGENT IN FOLLOWING THE 100 DAYS OF REAL FOOD BUT CROSSED OVER TO ANOTHER SITE ON HEALTHY EATING AND SAW THAT THIS WAS AN INGREDIENT USED IN ONE OF THEIR RECIPES? IS THIS AN INGREDIENT THAT YOU WOULD USE?

  • Assistant to 100 Days (Amy)

    Hi Mickey. Both in and outside of the pledge, we encourage people to consume sugar in its closest to nature forms. Rapadura is certainly better that refined white sugar. You have to decide what works best for you keeping in mind that sugar consumption, in general, should be low. ~Amy

  • LeeAnne C.

    Hi there! :) My husband and I were at the store tonight and he wanted to buy a box of Carnation Instant Breakfast. After reading the ingredients, we decided against it and put it back. He asked if I could find a recipe for a similar drink for him to make quick and take on his long commute to work. Do you know of any similar (healthier) products? Or have a recipe I can make that would be similar to this? I’ve tried getting him into smoothies but no matter what I put in them he’s just not a fan. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

    Thanks,
    LeeAnne C.

    • Assistant to 100 Days (Amy)

      Hi LeAnne. We do not have a similar recipe. Have you tried adding unsweet cocoa powder to a smoothie? That along with a banana, almond milk, and maybe a little nut butter makes a yummy nutritious start to the day. Also, sometimes it takes a little while for taste buds to adjust to a new taste and texture. ~Amy

  • MICKEY

    WOULD YOU RECOMMEND HONEY OVER THE RAPADURA OR IS HONEY CLOSER TO THE NATURAL THING?

  • MICKEY

    THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK. IT REALLY HELPS THOSE NEW TO REAL EATING. CAN YOU TELL ME HOW YOU COOK YOUR POPCORN? MY SON IS ADDICTED TO THE MICROWAVE MOVIE THEATRE BAGS. I KNOW THAT THESE CANNOT BE GOOD FOR HIM AND I WOULD LIKE TO START MAKING MY ONW. WOULD YOU SUGGEST I PURCHASE A HOT AIR POPPER OR COOK IT USING OIL IN A PAN? IF SO, WHAT IS THE BEST OIL, HOW MUCH WOULD I USE AND HOW IS IT PREPARED?

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!

  • Meredith

    Hello,

    I love your blog, thank you so much for all your info. I am trying to clean up my families diets. Only problem is my 12 yr old is use to eating little Debbie cakes. She loves Swiss rolls. Any recipes or cleaner products you can advise? Thanks so much.

    Meredith

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