One of my favorite foods is also a campfire staple; the s’more is delicious. What does the Pop Tart version have in store for us?
Archive for February, 2010
Real food grades
Real food is not a binary state; rather, realness exists on a continuum. Some foods are more natural than others, which are more natural than others. As we continue to work up reviews about particular food products, Eating Real Food will also assign grades.
al fresco Spinach & Feta chicken sausage
Friday night’s dinner was a return to sausage for me. For a while, I had been avoiding link meats like hot dogs and bratwurst because I just was not in the mood.
Rudi’s Organic Bakery wheat hot dog rolls
Grocery chains like Meijer have started introducing organic alternatives to many of their popular products; unfortunately, these offerings have not trickled down to the patio grill. It is easy to find organic bread; it is surprisingly difficult to find an organic hot dog roll.
Dave Mulder wants to present at Ignite Lansing
Members of the community vote for their favorite ideas to hear about at Ignite Lansing 3.0. Here is what Eating Real Food’s Dave Mulder submitted as a topic.
Who put aluminum in my baking powder?
Head on over to your kitchen cabinet and yank out the baking powder, then find the ingredient listings. If you were not paying attention when you bought your box or can, there is a good chance you will see “sodium aluminum sulfate” listed.
Sugar beet firestorm flares up
The Center for Food Safety and Earthjustice have filed suit in federal court to ban the distribution of genetically modified sugar beet seeds.
New organic food logo for Europe
Americans are familiar with “USDA ORGANIC”. Europeans now get to look forward to the Euro-Leaf on all their organic food.