Wholesome Whole Foods #3- June 11th

by Michelle on June 11, 2010 · 14 comments

in Blog Carnival

Welcome to the third edition of the Wholesome Whole Foods blog carnival! I’m hope you enjoy the carnival and join in the fun!

What is ‘Wholesome Whole Foods’ all about?

Wholesome Whole Foods is about coming together and sharing with the world and other readers your healthy living, recipes and food ideas! We can all learn from each other and help to provide a bit of inspiration to each other on our health journeys!

For a longer description of the carnival please read this introduction to Wholesome Whole Foods.

5 Highlights From Last Weeks Carnival

Each week I’ll be highlighting from 5 links from each carnival that really caught my eye! Last weeks Wholesome Whole Foods Carnival.

Last Weeks Highlights:

  1. Mariana’s Cauliflower-Like Fries really look very delicious and crispy (yum!) 
  2. Beth is writing a great series about Sugar that I reckon you’ll all enjoy reading. The post she submitted last week was about High Fructose Syrup.
  3. Melodie made an addictively delicious Curried Chickpea soup which I all suggest you try out! I’ve already made it once this week (and planning to make it again!
  4. Tiffany made  a Deceptively Delicious Chocolate Pudding and Carlie (A fellow Naturopathy student  & Aussie- I think she’s the first Aussie to participate in Wholesome Whole Foods? ) posted a Healthy Chocolate Mousse! 
  5. Wendy gave us a great process in How To Make Fromage Blanc. If you’re into dairy fermenting (or just cheese in general) be sure to have a read of her post!

Thank you to Everyone who has participated in the past two weeks- I’m looking forward to seeing your posts this week!

How to add your link & participate in the carnival-

Below (at the very end of this post) you should see a linky form (under ‘Submit Your Link’). To enter your link you in the form, enter:

After you have added your link please leave a comment telling us all what you’ve posted.

Carnival Guidelines

  • Please link back to the carnival in your post.
  • Please use your best carnival manners (and feel free to visit others posts)!
  • I’ve provided a few blog badges for you to put in your blog post (or sidebar) so feel free to use them! You can also grab the code for the smaller image which is located in my sidebar (and below the smaller button).

Feel free to use the html code below to place the smaller button on your blog post or site! For the larger button (at the top of the post) just save it onto your desktop then upload into your post and add a hyperlink to the button back to this weeks edition of the carnival.

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What I’m sharing:

This week I’m sharing two posts: Pumpkin & Coconut Pie (Gluten Free, Dairy Free) recipe and a Simple (But Tasty) Yoghurt recipe.


Health Food Lover is Michelle Robson-Garth. Michelle is a degree-qualified Naturopath (BHSc) and Massage Therapist. She is also a passionate writer, recipe-creator and all-round foodie from Melbourne, Australia. © Copyright: 2009-2012 Michelle Robson-Garth. Please ask permission first when using any text or images on healthfoodlover.com. Read the disclaimer here. Have a look at the recipe index for more health food lovin’ recipes. Join the Facebook page & follow Health Food Lover on twitter.

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Striving Bean June 11, 2010 at 3:26 am

Hi Michelle – This week I’m sharing “Pasta Salade Niçoise”. Protein is provided in an economical way by beans and canned salmon. Add veggies and turn up the nutrition using whole grain pasta. Very budget friendly!


Cheftometrist June 11, 2010 at 3:57 am

Hi Michelle, I arrived at your carnival via Striving Bean. I’ve submitted my recipe Golden Basmati Rice Pilaf with Currants and Pistachios. It features a whole grain and includes turmeric, a very healthy and pretty spice!


Heather@Crystalline Green June 11, 2010 at 5:49 am

Hello! I added my Fruity French Lentils recipe :)


alex@amoderatelife June 11, 2010 at 6:06 am

Hi Chele! So happy to share your space with you on this wholesome whole foods friday! Thanks so much for the opportunity! First, BEST of luck on your finals! My article is another great Mark Bittman recipe for baked eggs and spinach, both prefectly wonderful whole foods! Take care and have a great weekend! :) Alex


Satakieli June 11, 2010 at 6:20 am

I popped in here from breastfeeding moms unite, thanks for hosting! I posted a recipe for homemade spinach and basil pesto that I made with goodies from my veggie garden.


Bethany June 11, 2010 at 10:01 am

Michelle, thanks for highlighting my post on HFCS today I’m continuing the series on sweeteners with an entry about refined sugar. Thanks again for hosting this great carnival!


Epicuriosa June 11, 2010 at 10:28 am

I’m so glad you liked my Cauliflower Like French Fries recipe! This week I’m sharing my story of how I went from a kid who picked garlic out of her rice and washed sauce out of her chicken (really!) to an omnivorous real-food lover. Hope you like it!


Tiffany@ The Coconut Mama June 11, 2010 at 2:58 pm

Hi Michelle, this week I’m sharing a recipe for homemade coconut oil mayonnaise. Thanks for highlighting my chocolate pudding =)

~Coconut Mama


Kim@GFRealFood June 11, 2010 at 7:37 pm

Hi Michelle
Thanks for hosting this great carnival. I am loving your site and am finding lots of others that I enjoy also. I have added my recipe for Almond Coconut Cookies. These are guilt free, and not too sweet, along with being free of gluten, dairy, refined sugar, soy, grain or eggs. I dare you to have just one!


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