I’m so thrilled to be a contributor for the October Unprocessed challenge by food blogger, Andrew Wilder. Here’s a bit of my post:
Imagine this: You sit down to lunch over a big heaping bowl of salad. Every color in the rainbow is represented, all your favorite goodies from sun-dried tomatoes, some artichoke hearts, maybe an olive or two. Tender greens, fresh herbs, juicy tomatoes. Maybe some leftover wild salmon from last night’s dinner.
Your mouth is watering as you tuck into your delicious, unprocessed lunch and you reach for the bottle of salad dressing.
Just as you’re about to pour, you remember it’s October Unprocessed and maybe you better check out that ingredients. You’re pretty confident it’s got only the good stuff because after all, it’s screaming its health benefits from the label. Low fat! Low sodium! Organic!
What a disappointment to find the list filled with artificial crap you can’t pronounce.
It’s sad but true. I’ve seen many gorgeous, nutritious, absolutely amazing salads get destroyed by this stuff . . . Read the rest of my guest post here!
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