Announcement: “100 Days of Real Food” Tips!

I’m super excited to be rolling out another “100 Days of Real Food” series! Over the past year or so I’ve blogged about quite a few topics:

I never know what I’m going to do next until it happens, and just the other day a new idea popped into my head. I’d written up a themed list of “quick real food tips” and then I immediately thought of another and another. Before I knew it I had lists coming out the wazoo, and I had to figure out some way to organize it all. So that brings me to the introduction of…

“100 Days of Real Food” Tips!

There will be enough handy tips to cover the next 100 days and then some. Each tip for a given day will be compiled into one weekly blog post. We will tackle everything from meal planning to buying “real food” at mainstream grocery stores to dealing with picky eaters. The lists will be a “quick hit” on the highlights and also welcome readers to add their own advice in the comments. I already have a bunch of ideas I plan to tackle, but if you have any suggestions that you’d like to see please let me know at the bottom of this post.

I look forward to continuing on this real food journey with all of you…who ever knew blogging could be so much fun!


PS – I am a finalist in the Today Show’s “Home Chef” Challenge, and I am currently losing so I really need your votes! Apparently some people can vote once a day and some can vote as many times as they want. All you have to do is “like” the Today Food page and vote for Lisa Leake’s “Zucchini Chips!” I truly appreciate the support:


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28 thoughts on “Announcement: “100 Days of Real Food” Tips!”

  1. I am so glad you did this budget friendly challenge. We are lucky if we get to spent $130 every 2 weeks on grocery items (and also including household items), and when I saw you say that people with a full food stamp budget can spend nearly $170 a WEEK.. I just about vomited.

    1. This is for a four person household, with young children… one shouldn’t judge the help people need, as someone who understands because of the chosen career choice and group of people that I am going to be blessed to work with that comment was very rude and hurtful for those who aren’t so lucky in the finance area.

  2. Now do a 100-day pledge where you show how people on special diets can do this with a food stamp budget: no gluten, casein, sugar, eggs, corn, apples, or peanuts.

  3. I would love some tips on yogurt. The back wall of the grocery store is overwhelming with all the different yogurts!

    1. 100 Days of Real Food

      I recommend yogurt that is organic and made with whole milk…that is plain of course (no sweeteners or added flavoring!). You can flavor it yourself.

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