October #Unprocessed 2012: Healthy Fast Food

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For the third year in a row, I am proud to be a guest blogger for Eating Rules October #Unprocessed 2012 Food Challenge. As I mentioned in my Sept 24 post, this year I am providing an easy recipe for make-at-home unprocessed fast food using eggs and grains. No need for the drive-thru breakfast sandwich when it’s this easy to prepare delicious and nutritious food at home.

Unprocessed Fast Food - grain and eggs for breakfast

Head over to Andrew Wilder’s blog EatingRules to read the full post and spend some time browsing the rest of the site to learn all about the difference between processed and unprocessed food. You’ll find so many yummy and healthy choices even for families on a frantic, fast-paced schedule. And if you missed my previous posts for October Unprocessed 2010 and 2011, you can find them here: Family-Friendly Healthy Snacks and the Healing Properties of Food.

Remember yummy, healthy, easy, and fast are not mutually exclusive adjectives in your kitchen!

 

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4 Responses to October #Unprocessed 2012: Healthy Fast Food

  1. Hannah October 8, 2012 at 5:09 pm #

    I love your post for Oct Unprocessed today, Beth! Eggs and grains (usually with greens) are my go-to fast foods…so delicious and wonderful. So far it’s been a terrific group of guest posts – I’m saving lots of recipes to try.

    • Beth October 9, 2012 at 9:26 am #

      Thanks Hannah! Adding greens is a great idea. The posts are wonderful this year. Can’t wait to see yours – I find your cooking inspiring!

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