On the heels of October: Unprocessed, I’ve asked my friend Samantha Mills to write about processed vegetarian & vegan convenience foods.
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We made it!! I’d like to thank everyone who participated. I’m thrilled, humbled, and incredibly grateful at the outpouring of interest and support this little experiment has generated. By the end of the month, 415 people had signed the pledge and we shared 41 fantastic guest posts!
Kimberly Morales’ Honey Nut Amaranth Alegrias certainly fit the bill for an unprocessed halloween treat!
Amber Stott haunts the streets of Sacramento, California, and bedevils her readers by Living’ La Vida Locavore and blogging about it at Awake at the Whisk, which celebrates conscious eating that’s good for the planet and good for you, too! Today she shares her Halloween memories,along with a devilishly-good recipe for Data Cocoa-Nut Candy (unprocessed, of course)!
Alexandra Jamieson’s passion is helping professional women enhance their ability to excel and achieve, using healthy food as a catalyst. Today she shares three easy, healthy, delicious, and unprocessed desserts that you’re sure to love.
During October: Unprocessed, Catherine Enfield realized she could safely eat at Chipotle restaurants because their food fit the definition of unprocessed ingredients. Last week she came across their Boorito processed food costume contest and decided to talk to her friend, Nicole Rogers, who happens to be a Chipotle corporate employee.
Erin Coates, RD, LD, writes about the importance of staying healthy through the foods we eat at The Healthy Apron, sharing delicious recipes along with diet and fitness information. I’ve asked her to write about Natural and Artificial Flavors, those ubiquitous and vaguely-defined ingredients that seem to be in almost every processed food.
Irvin Lin is a writer, recipe developer, designer, photographer, and “all around pop culture guru.” He’s also an accomplished baker, sharing recipes on his blog, Eat The Love. Today he gives us his recipe for totally unprocessed Maple Spiced Pumpkin Pie, which he developed specially for October: Unprocessed!