Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Preview of an Unprocessed #SundaySupper

We'll Have None of This on Sunday

Processed foods have gotten an unjust bad reputation.

When I first saw the theme for this week's #SundaySupper event, I thought I knew what it was referring to just by its name, Unprocessed Foods. Then I did some research and discovered the definition more complex.

It turns out that nearly all food you purchase at the supermarket is processed on some level. For example, the milk you purchase in the dairy section is pasteurized to kill off any harmful bacteria, beef cut into individual steaks or even an apple sliced into wedges are all processed foods. For more information, I encourage you to read this article by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. For the purposes of this event, let's use the kitchen test provided by Andrew Wilder of Eating Rules. He also has issued a challenge you should consider to go an entire month without eating any processed foods.

I eagerly await foods prepared by these talented bloggers scheduled to be published on the morning of Sunday, October 5th:

Alluring Appetizers and Stunning Sides
Enticing Entreés
Decadent Desserts
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