Announcing the new October Unprocessed Logo!

Holy cow! As of this morning, 389 people have already signed the October Unprocessed pledge!!

If you haven’t committed yet, now’s the time — and then stay tuned for more updates and terrific guest posts throughout the month! (Don’t miss a single guest post: Subscribe via Email.)

And now…The new logo!

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Huge thanks go to Sabrina from The Tomato Tart for generously creating this fabulous new logo! (I asked her to do something “old-timey,” since it hearkens back to an earlier day, before so much industrial processing of our food. She totally hit it out of the park!)

Please download whatever size suits your needs, and use it on your blog, website, Facebook profile picture, in your email signature, and tied to your carrier pigeons to help spread the word!

To be sure we’re all staying consistent:

  1. Please do not “hotlink” the images.  Instead, right-click and choose “Save As…” to download them, and then upload them to your server (or Facebook page!)
  2. Please link the image to: https://eatingrules.com/october-unprocessed
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Thanks again to Sabrina from The Tomato Tart. She’s awesome.

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Sheila
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Sheila
September 22, 2011 4:55 pm

That’s great!

I can’t figure out how to link from my facebook profile pic to your site. It’s probably pretty obvious, but have never done it before and can’t see a way to do this.

Sheila
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Sheila
September 22, 2011 5:28 pm

Thanks, Andrew

Becky
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September 23, 2011 10:06 am

I’m preparing for October and was wondering what your take on Indian food is. I figure naan is a no-go and based on previous comments, paneer is a yes-go. What about shahi sauce or tikka masala? Any knowledge about how restaurants prepare their sauce and what processing is involved?

Thanks so much in advance to you and the other readers who might know. A local Indian restaurant serves food where I work and I’m trying to work out when I can eat at work and when I’m going to have to prepare on my own!

Lisa
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September 26, 2011 5:30 am

I’m in. We already eat unprocessed food at home. The only time we get processed food is when we are out and eat at restaurants or buy snacks like chips. At Celebrate the Rhythm of Life with Children Through the Year, we are focusing on the Rhythm of Food, how to bring healthy rhythms to meal planning and nourishment in the home.

Over at The Slow Cook Blog today, there is an exciting article on school lunches in Sweden with the story of a chef Dad who took over the school food preparation and serves whole food.

Happy eating everyone!

ginny grimes
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ginny grimes
September 26, 2011 10:48 pm

This is AMAZING!! Thank you so much for giving to people! You are a blessing!!!! I sent your website to all the ladies in family 🙂

Marlou
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Marlou
September 27, 2011 10:21 am

Is the 2011 Oct Unprocessed logo available on a t-shirt?

Gretchen@HealthfulMama
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September 27, 2011 9:02 pm

I love this challenge and I’m so glad I found your site! I’ll be following you from now on; love the vibe (and, of course, the message) here!

Laurie Realmuto
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October 1, 2011 5:37 pm

I’m excited to see another quality kitchenaid product. How does it compare to the Cuisinart elite?

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