October Unprocessed is a month of healthy recipes you will love.
My recipe for Kamut with Asparagus, Peas and Roasted Lemon is the “October Unprocessed” recipe of the day on Eating Rules today. Have you taken the October Unprocessed Pledge yet? It’s not too late! October Unprocessed is an event produced by my friend, Andrew Wilder from Eating Rules. For the past six years, Andrew has influenced thousands of readers to take the October Unprocessed pledge, which commits those who take the pledge to eating real food all month long prior to the holidays that kills most diets. It’s an admirable effort. One that I believe in and applaud completely. After all, I am a fan of ingredients that contain one word on the label, like carrots.
Why eat packaged food with a long list of ingredients on the label when you can eat delicious real food. When you take the October Unprocessed pledge, you are committing your life to a new beginning that I promise you will love and want to stick with for the rest of your life. Once you eat real food, like I try to present here at Fresh Food in a Flash, your taste buds will say yes to deliciousness and it will be easy to say goodbye to the guilt trip you feel when opening up a package or box of processed food. You don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen and guess what, you’ll even save money! Once you go through a month without processed food, you won’t crave the bad stuff and you will be on your way to a healthier new you. Give yourself the gift of a diet make over with October Unprocessed.
Visit my post and recipe for Kamut with Asparagus, Peas and Roasted Lemon. If you can’t find asparagus at this time of year, switch it up with another winter vegetable like carrots, squash or broccoli. Kamut is a wheat berry that contains more fiber than brown rice and is super healthy. Other wheat berries are farro, spelt and freekah. Read my post and you will get all the details on this ancient grain that is delicious and will keep you on the “Unprocessed” journey. Visit www.eatingrules.com for more information.