The October Unprocessed 2012 Guest Posts

Index of the October Unprocessed 2012 Posts

The guest posts for October Unprocessed 2012 – 93 in all – are an impressive body of work. Many thanks again to the authors who shared their skills, expertise, experience, insights, and creativity with us! If you missed any of the posts throughout the month, or just want to revisit any of them, they’re all here, sorted by date and grouped by the three tracks.



D.I.Y., Ingredients, and How-To


Food For Thought

A photo of Andrew Wilder leaning into the frame and smiling, hovering over mixing bowls in the kitchen.

Welcome to Eating Rules!

Hi! My name is Andrew Wilder, and I think healthy eating doesn’t have to suck. With just three simple eating rules, we'll kickstart your journey into the delicious and vibrant world of unprocessed food.

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November 27, 2012 1:00 pm

We love the idea of eating unprocessed foods for a month! An attainable goal and it simply is delicious. Thanks for posting this wonderful foodie idea.

November 6, 2012 1:58 pm

Congratulations Andrew and Hannah! What a fantastic experience. Thank you for sharing such great posts and recipes. I learned a lot about real food and how it makes me feel soooo much better than that processed stuff! Cheers!

November 4, 2012 4:45 pm

This is such a wonderful resource! Thank you so much for putting together! The DIY section is particularly impressive. There is certainly some amazing talent out there. Thank you for all the efforts. Love it! Lisa.

Barbara Brindley
November 2, 2012 4:45 pm

I’m so pleased I chose to join the unprocessed for October group, and I must say a big thank you for all the wonderful emails, recipes etc. I also decided earlier (August) to go vegetarian and now I’m eating a much healthier diet every day, with occasional walking as exercise, and I’m happy to report that I’ve lost half a stone (ie approx 3 kilograms) in 4 weeks, and I’ve also discovered new sugar-free meals and I don’t find myself craving the “bad” foods that I used to enjoy because I still eat a delicious dessert (frozen berries and natural Greek yoghurt) most evenings to alleviate my sweet tooth. So many many thanks for helping me achieve a new way of life at my age (never too old to change), I’m 67.

November 2, 2012 3:11 pm

Well I managed it ….found out my Husband cheated tho sadly (I know how much gas costs and it didnt match up with debits from the bank account!)Im a pretty ‘good eater’ anyway …but doing the challenge made me read labels even more closely than I already did ! Nov here…I can now have some Worcestershire Sauce !!! Thanks all for widening the opening of my eyes 🙂

November 2, 2012 9:14 am

A Keeper! Thanks for gathering all the posts in one place- my reading for the next couple of weeks…

November 2, 2012 8:03 am

Ditto, @LiztheChef. Thanks, again, Andrew for this month of learning and fun. It was nice to hear a bit of the “behind the scenes” travails, too (Bless Matty!) because we all know it was a lot of organizing. So when is the 2012 compendium/e-book due out, hmm? 😉

November 2, 2012 7:57 am

Great idea – I’m saving this post to reread many posts that need more attention than I gave them first glance…