“Go ahead now, go ahead, get down!” in the words of Kanye West, I believe. That’s what I feel like singin, cause I had “a first”: one of my recipes was posted on another blog! Woot! Now, if you read my blog, you know I don’t actually create many recipes myself. I usually find one that another blogger created and give you guys the link! (why re-create the wheel??!!) But for my Chia Seed Dressing recipe, I actually created it all by my self from scratch, without any help from a “real” recipe creator, or my mama! Sometimes I amaze myself, it’s true. And all this on the one year anniversary of the Organic Eater blog, hurray! Happy 1st Birthday, bloggy! More on that later.
And so, this recipe was reposted in a B-utiful post at Rate Your Burn, which has 14 gorgeous chia seed recipes in the post. It’s really weird to see your own photograph on somene else’s blog. It looks sooo much prettier there. wow. Check it out!
RateYourBurn | 14 Creative, Delicious, Protein-Packed Chia Seed Recipes.
Somebody asked me for a homemade Ranch Dressing, and I needed one myself, so here we go! And I LOVE the way this one lets you mix the spices before hand, and add them to the dairy base when you’re ready for it! Easy! Enjoy the link. Lisa’s blog is fantastic, and she is a fellow Charlotte blogger! 80k like her facebook page. Wow, that has some great potential for impacting the ‘Real-Food World’ for good! Recipe: Ranch Flavored Dip « 100 Days of Real Food.
PS: use organic or grass-fed, or hormone free sour cream (it will be labeled “hormone free” on the container if it is). I am going to try it with organic plain whole fat yogurt (Greek if I can find it), since we use plain yogurt in place of sour cream most of the time. Once you put the food under it, it tastes almost exactly the same anyway, so why not get the probiotics by using yogurt?! Let me know if you like this, and I’ll do the same!