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ThinkFood Cookbook Weekly Recipes - I'm a Contributor!

Today is the ThinkFood Cookbook Recipe of the Week Campaign Launch! I am excited to announce that I am a contributor to this brand new Posit Science publication. The cookbook brings together 50 passionate food bloggers - each contributing one recipe highlighting a brain-food-healthy ingredient. Such a smart idea! Literally.

Hot Wellness Topic: Brain Food. We've all seen science/nutrition headlines discussing the connection between brain power and the foods we eat. ThinkFood cookbook answers the demand for brain-healthy recipes!

Free Recipes!Sign up to receive the 50 ThinkFood recipes for free as part of the Recipe of the Week campaign! Find out how and Learn more about the ThinkFood cookbook, the 50 contributors and Posit Science....

About ThinkFood Cookbook.

*ThinkFood features 50 brain-healthy recipes from bloggers around the globe

*Thinkfood cookbook has snacks, appetizers, sides, salads, entrees and desserts

*The goal of this project is to take an integrated approach to brain health that includes brain training and brain healthy eating

*ThinkFood cookbook is sponsored/published by Posit Science

Vegan Recipes Included? The recipes not only have a healthy angle, but a good number of them will probably be vegetarian and/or vegan. There are several vegan blogger contributors. See the full contributors list below.

What recipe did I contribute?? You'll have to tune in to find out! I'll do a special post when my recipe is featured on the ThinkFood Recipe of the Week website.

Join the Free Recipe of the Week Campaign!

To join the recipe of the week campaign, your community can sign up here: It's free!

Beginning on June 16, one recipe will be distributed every Wednesday for the next 50 weeks.

When you sign up, you will have access to the print version of the recipe (for free), which includes more information about the brain healthy ingredient - plus additional cooking tips!

Posit Science community pages:
Twitter Handle: @PositScience
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More About Posit Science.

Posit Science's Mission is to apply breakthroughs in brain research to enhance human performance and to promote brain health.

Smarty Tomato thinks this cookbook is a great idea!...

Check out the Amazing 50 Contributors to the ThinkFood cookbook...

ThinkFood Contributors

Posit Science

• Blog Name
• Blog URL
• Blogger Name
• Twitter Handle

Ambitious Deliciousness
Esther Chai

Erica Policow

Carrots ‘N' Cake
Tina Haupert

Food Loves Writing
Shannalee T'Koy

Cooking with Amy
Amy Sherman

Super Healthy Kids
Amy Roskelley

Healthy Everythingtarian
Holly Whittlef

A Southern Fairytale
Rachel Matthews

Local Appetite New York
Jen Bernstein

Dixie Caviar
Nealey Dozier

Dine & Dish
Kristen Doyle

Brown Eyed Baker
Michelle Norris

Hangry Pants
Heather Pare

Fake Food Free
Lori Rice

Food Blogga
Susan Russo

Project Foodie
Pam Thuman-Commike

Chocolate Shavings
Jennifer Bartoli

The Lunchbox Bunch, Healthy Happy Life
Kathy Patalsky

Soma Rathore

Gourmet Fury
Melody Fury

Erin O'Leary

Best Fruit Now
Tom Kovacevich

Off The Broiler
Jason Perlow

Stone Soup
Jules Clancy

Anne's Food Blog
Anne Skoogh

Eclectic Recipes
Angelia McGowan

Seriously Good
Kevin Weeks

Laurel On HealthFood
Laurel Moll

Make Life Sweeter
Linda Kovacevic

Michael Natkin

Wild Yeast Blog
Susan Tenney

My Sweet Vegan
Hannah Kaminskly

The Arugula Files
Mary Cunningham

Napa Farm House 1885
Diane Padoven

Lisa's Kitchen
Lisa Turner

Pink Bites
Rita Turner

Katie Cakes
Katie Deacon

Tastes Like Home
Cynthia Nelson

Dash & Bella
Phyllis Grant

Greedy Gourmet
Michelle Minnaar

Daily Unadventures In Cooking Wright

Sugar Bar
Davina Lim

For The Love Of Cooking
Pam Nelson

My Cooking Hut
Leemei Tan

Closet Cooking
Kevin Lynch

The Leftover Queen
Jenn DiPiazza Campus

Apples and Butter
Jessica Durff

Sassy Radish
Olga Massov

Off The (Meat)Hook
Karen Merzenich

La Note Restaurant
Denise Ravizza

Congrats to all the chosen contributors! I can't wait to peruse each of your recipes during the next 50 weeks!

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