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  1. Addie Wieland |

    Hi Lisa,

    We recently just starting our meat from local organic farms. We also have a small farm with cattle on it. They do not eat organic hay but are definately free range and grass fed. We were thinking it might be cheaper to go in with friends and have one of our cows processed. We think this could fill our freezer for a while. Do you know anything about this process of how we could find out more information on how to do this?? I want to find a reputable processor who handles the animals with dignity. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!!

    • 100 Days of Real Food |

      I’ve heard of people “splitting a cow” and such, but have never done anything like it myself so unfortunately I don’t have any tips to share!

  2. Stacey |

    I have to tell you that I love your site. I have been trying to go nonprocessed/ whole foods for a little while and your site makes it so much easier. Fantastic recipes and ideas. Especially for my 2yr old. So many people think that nonprocessed means bland,boring foods. You showcase how to make these whole foods taste so good. (Even for kids)
    These foods just taste better than the lousy, processed foods that we are constantly exposed to.
    Thank you. I look forward to more and more recipes.

    • 100 Days of Real Food |

      Thank you…so glad the site is helpful!

  3. |

    Hi Lisa. I was wondering what type of jelly is safe during the 10 day pledge. We are going to do a 30 day pledge starting June 1st, and I started a breakfast “revolution” on May 1st. I cannot seem to find a jelly that fits the rules:)
    Thank you so very much for your site. I found it by accident and cannot believe my good fortune!!!

    Kara Story

    P.S. I was (yes I am a dork) so excited to use coconut oil for the first time!!

    • 100 Days of Real Food |

      Welcome to the blog! For jelly you want to look for more of a fruit spread that is sweetened with fruit juice concentrate. Ideally the fruit will be the first ingredient rather than the concentrate. Both Crofter’s and Dalfour’s are brands we purchase. Good luck!

    • |

      Polaner makes an all-fruit spread that is sweetened with fruit juice. But the “extra fiber” part might disqualify it as a real food.
      I’ve been experimenting with making my own jam. Earlier this week I did a stovetop jam with just blackberries and grated apple. It isn’t thick or gel-ish but I’m not terribly picky. I’ve heard of people using chia seeds to thicken their jams.

  4. Nicole |

    Hi there! I love your website. I am a new mom and I’m making my daughter’s baby food. So far it’s going good, preparation is key. I wanted to share a yummy finding!

    Pureed apricots a great for babies for iron and also makes for a delicous topping on plain yogurt.

    To prepare: I bought unsulphured dried apricots, put them in a pot with water just covering them, boiled them for some time, than then pureed them with an immersion blender. My daughter loves the puree and I do too!

  5. Olivia |

    Hi! I also love your site! Just went to real food a month ago. We are realllllly confused though, on who to believe on a big issue: You (and many others) believe that as long as it is WHOLE GRAIN, it is good for you. Others, such as Wheat Belly author Dr. Davis say that whole grains, ESPESIALLY WHEAT, are one of the killers of our generation. Have you looked into Wheat Belly? I would appreciate any thoughts you have on the subject!

    • 100 Days of Real Food |

      Hi there and thanks! Yes, I am familiar with Wheat Belly and our belief (as well as Michael Pollan’s) is that unless you have an allergy or intolerance to wheat there is no reason to avoid it. I hope that helps.

  6. Amanda |

    Hi there! What are your thoughts on coconut flour? Is it ok to use during the 10 day challenge? I’ve been searching for some additional recipes and I’ve come across it a couple of times.

    • 100 Days of Real Food |

      Yes, coconut flour is just fine!

  7. deb seidel |

    Hi Lisa!
    Ok, here’s one for ya! I have been wondering about tampons and if they are GMO? nobody seems to know. i was at Whole Foods last night and 2 women employees had no idea if their brand was organic and had no chlorine bleach/GMO. So i bought the organic Natura. so since cotton is now GMO can we assume that tampons are GMO? If so, then it’s kinda scary that we are putting pesticides in our you know what’s! :-) thanks.

  8. Crystal |

    I’ve been trying to cut refined sugar and flour from my diet for a while now, and came across your recipe for whole-wheat biscuits (to accompany a delicious pot of homemade chili, of course) … which led me to so many other pages on your site, and I can’t thank you enough! This is like the perfect collection of everything I need to make this lifestyle change work. Thanks so much!

  9. Nichole |

    This may be a silly question but my family and I just started eating clean. I was just wondering when a recipe calls for honey, are you supposed to use Raw honey or the other type? Thanks!

    • 100 Days of Real Food |

      We use raw honey, but other types might work.

      • |

        Lisa, do you consider heat treated honey (the kinda that squeezes easily from the bear bottle) to be a processed food and therefore not real?

        • 100 Days of Real Food |

          I honestly haven’t researched all the different types of honey in detail, but I can tell you that we only buy/use raw honey ourselves!

  10. Jen |

    Hi Lisa! I love your website and following you on Facebook. I have learned so much. I was curious if there was something I could substitute the honey for in the pancakes and waffles so my son, who is not yet 1, could have it. Thanks, Jen

    • 100 Days of Real Food |

      Thank you! I think pure maple syrup should work…good luck!

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