Speedy wrote:#1 tool to get fit and stay fit is consistency!
When I read the word "functional" I do this --->
jennifer wrote:hey gang, i asked ross if he would let me compile & organize the RT recipe section, and he gave me the go-ahead. i'm going to do it in blog format which will be linked to the forum, and it will be mad quick searchable using labels like "breakfast" "lunch" "dinner" "entree" "sidedish" "snack" "soup" "dressings & marinades" "desserts" "healthy eating tip" "low fat" "high protein" "high carb" "grain free" "low carb" "paleo" "meat" "fish" "vegetarian" "smoothies" "juice" "fruits" "vegetables" "preworkout" "postworkout" and whatever other tags you think you might be interested in. (if someone could provide me with a good list of paleo exclusions/inclusions, i would appreciate it...)
i'm also going to do a list of key ingredients, so if you're wondering, say "what should i do with all this zucchini my neighbor just gave me?" you can go to the link, click on zucchini, and voila all recipes that feature zucchini will show up.
the other cool thing about a blog format apart from organization/searchability is that, if you try the recipe and like it, you can leave a comment so other people know its tested and true!
if you have any ideas for me, let me know. but i'm gonna get cracking using all the recipes that are posted in the recipe sticky to start with. it would be great going forward as you add recipes to the recipe sticky if you could include any tags you would like to see (i.e. paleo). it would also be crazy good if you could take a photo of your recipe so we have a really high quality product that everyone here enjoys using. also, if you are submitting a recipe from a book or online recipe, provide a link or reference the source and i will include that too.
people early on in this thread mentioned they would like to see certain ingredients BANNED from these "healthy" recipes. do you think we can agree on a (super short) list of things that should be excluded, or should we just let everyone use their best judgement? it seems to me that the vast majority of the recipes posted are pretty much free of things like white flour, sugar, artificial colors/flavors/preservatives, so maybe just let it be up to the authors discretion??
(don't worry, the crazy vegan chick is not going to censor your recipes. they will go into the list as posted, with very little editing from me apart from formatting-type changes. i'm just the editor/compiler, not the author... )
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