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Stuffed Peppadew Peppers

Recently I was introduced to Eating Rules and specifically to the #OctoberUnprocessed. {follow along with me on Twitter or instagram }First launched in 2009, the challenge encourages you to eat foods that pass the “kitchen test” and fall in the category of being unprocessed. Founder Andrew Wilder admits the definition of unprocessed varies person to person and leaves it open for interpretation, I also found this to be true as I was considering recipes for this article and asked a few friends what they considered to be processed.


Typically I view processed foods as those created with ingredients or methods that I can not replicate and/or whose shelf life is extended with unnatural ingredients. I noticed that others viewed it as any ingredients created by others and/or available for sale in a stage other than their basic state.

As we head into the fall entertaining season I thought, what about all those holiday parties coming up and how can you start to incorporate the unprocessed way into your cocktail parties, specifically appetizers. So I looked towards a few of my favorite recipes to create versions that would be easy to make and, in my definition, be unprocessed to help you through your holiday parties. First up, Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppadew Peppers.


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