October Unprocessed: The Superfood Secret to Making your Homemade Condiments Last for Weeks

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October Unprocessed logoHave you checked out Andrew Wilder’s awesome challenge for the month of October? An entire month of eating exclusively unprocessed foods. If you haven’t checked it out yet, there’s still time. Join the thousands – yes thousands – of people who’ve committed to eating unprocessed foods only this month.

Andrew invited a group of us real-food bloggers to chime in and offer some tips, recipes, and strategies for making this month a fully-supported experience for those undertaking the challenge. My focus? Condiments. Perhaps the biggest culprits when it comes to mystery ingredients and over-processing.

In my post I share a superfood secret for how to make your homemade condiments last for weeks. Cause hey, if you’re going to go to all that effort to make them yourself (and it’s not really that much effort, but it does take some extra work), then you might as well get some real use out of them, right?

Check out my post here. And while you’re at it, sign up for this awesome initiative. There are still 11 days in the month left, and 11 days of unprocessed food could change your life.

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