Hi everybody! Another week starting, another challenging weekly topic to tackle. Last week we were all about marriage, this week we are going to write about what some people seem to think is the best way to man's heart: food.
But before we start getting hungry I want to mention last week's most prolific HubMobsters:
Anath was the most prolific marriage HubMobster with 3 entries:
- Why do women want to get married
- Quotes reflections and thoughts on Marriage
- Quotes reflections and thoughts on Marriage 2
Following Anath we have emievil,
Lisa Agnew and RedElf RedElf with 2 hubs each.
I also want to thank Shirley Anderson for the great job she does every week gathering all the hubmob hubs in one big hub. Thanks Shirley.
This week we are going to write about food seen from a different angle. We are going to write about Food Ethics and Traditions. If you are vegetarian, diabetic, or if you have an allergy to certain foods and need a special diet, this is the week to let us all know about it, share your tips and recipes and advice on how to cope with your particular food challenge. This is also an inspiring week for those of you who are worried about Animal Welfare and GM foods. Finally, it will also be a good week to write about diet restrictions imposed by your religion, the place where you live and your culture.
I am sure this is going to be a deliciously enriching week!
Some ideas for a hub can be:
Ethics of Meat Eating & Vegetarianism
Genetically Modified Food
Health Restrictions: Diabetic Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes
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I wonder who is going to be the first one to post a HubMob hub this week and who is going to be the most prolific hubmobster for this topic...
Ready? Steady? Go!!!!
Hi. Here's my first hub for this topic:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Forbidden-Food- … Cases?done
I thought I wouldn't get this finished tonight because my internet connection suddenly went haywire. I'm off now. Until tomorrow, bye.
Yippee! Another of my very favorite topics.
Here's my first: The Benefits of Grass Fed Beef
WOW! I was researcing a topic yesterday and now I know why! I must have had an intuition.
The Ethics of Food Stamps in a Culture of Reduced Circumstances -
Great topic, Princessa. I anticipate a terrific response. I'm sure we'll see some familiar faces back again.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Eating-Utensils … nd-elderly
This is my first time doing this. Do I just post the link here? Do I have to join anyplace else?
I work in a nursing home and I thought I would write about the utensils they use to help them eat.
Here's my entry - and thanks for another great bunch of topics
anecdotal history of forks
I got one in!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Is-the-Organic- … ent-a-Scam
My 2nd one - part of the Philippine traditions
http://hubpages.com/hub/Native-Kakanins … no-Dessert
One Hundred Mile Diet
Hey check the "Traditions & Ethics of Food" category: http://hubpages.com/topics/food/ethics- … tions/1578
Patty Inglish, RedElf, kerryg, Flightkeeper and emievil are already featuring on the category's front page. Well done!!!
Thanks for the mention as the most prolific HubMobster last week
http://hubpages.com/hub/SustainableAgri … tPractices
The hub is up and running: Food Facts - HubMob of Food Ethics and Traditions
Happy Tuesday, RedElf!
I can write a bit on this topic! (As long as my hands allow it ouch) Princessa! Are you doing any better dear? I hope so.. ^^
Ok, gonna go get started!
So happy to see you back
What's wrong with your hands? I hope nothing major...
I am just the same. The wrist still very sore and the ankle refuses to heal. I've started kinesiotherapy yesterday, so I hope that helps.
Don't rush your ankle, Princessa. Give yourself a little time to heal. I was in a cast with six weeks and on crutches for 3 more with a particularly bad break, and the sprain of the other one some years before took a long time to heal properly.
Take care of yourself and you'll be well soon enough.
Hi Princessa, I hope your ankle will heal soon. My sister also had an accident that broke the bone on her leg (took 5 screws to repair the bone) and the therapy was really hard for her. Not that I am scaring you but I'm hoping you won't go through that experience. Get well soon!
I guess I think of traditions in food a bit different than the other topics seem to go....
My hub is about family food traditions and the go to comfort food meal of our family.
St Louis Food Traditions and Regional Favorites
Yes Kmack, you can do as many as you feel moved to do, and can do well.... just don't spread your info to thin.
This is a fun topic, food is a great equalizer for everyone, cuz we all need it, lol.
A Kentucky tradition:
http://hubpages.com/hub/httpwwwBourbonA … aditioncom
I'm giving out vibes that you'll have a speedy and smooth recovery for your wrist and ankle. It has to suck being slightly immobile. Some years ago I tore my ligament at the ankle and it took weeks of physical therapy and months of strengthening it before I started walking without a limp.
Hub has been updated!
HubMob of Food Ethics and Traditions
Wishing you speeding healing, Princessa!!
Im not sure if I am doing this rite. When it says to click on the link and answer this request, do I put my hub link in for the answer?
You can't create your hub first - you have to create it after you click the link.
After you click the link to answer, you click "Make a hub about this" and then create your hub from there. Otherwise it won't be in answer to the question.
Hope this helps
This is my first hubmob entry titled:
Greyhounds in the World of Gambling
http://hubpages.com/hub/Greyhounds-in-t … f-Gambling
Am I barking on the right tree? hehehehe...
Oh dear, General. In order to be part of the HubMob, you must click the "Answer this Request" link that is in the first post of this thread. It's listed in the instructions. You don't show up in the feed otherwise. Bummer!
Ok, here is mine.
I actually did a second one. First time for everything.
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Evolution-o … ng-Utensil
Here's another. By the way, this makes Hub number 30 for the 30 Hubs In 30 Days Hub Challenge.
Here's mine. A bit late, but better late than never.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Table-Manners-D … tokes?done
A food taboo for some: http://hubpages.com/hub/Food-and-Sex
I created another hub first, then I posted it as an answer. I can't figure out if this is wrong. Oh well.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Eating-Healthy- … estaurants
I've updated the hub: Food Facts - HubMob of Food Ethics and Traditions
GH, you have to click the "RSS" capsule then paste the URL for the RSS feeds.
Kiss the Blarney Stone and have some corned beef:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Irish-Tradition … tricks-Day
Love it on New Year's and St. Pat's
I was away on vacation and wasn't able to write any HubMob articles for the past few weeks but I am back now and here is my article for this week's topic: http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Roman-Catho … on-Fridays
Good morning everybody, excellent work 25 hubs already and there is still time to submit more
Just a few reminders:
To join the weekly HubMob you MUST CLICK THE LINK at the start of this thread and answer the Request.
Once you clicked on the link to answer you MUST CHOOSE the MAKE A HUB ABOUT IT option and ONLY THEN you START WRITING YOUR HUB. This is absolutely necessary otherwise your hub does not show in the RSS feed and you don't get the extra promotion for your hub.
My first hubmob the other didn't count earlier due to technicality grrrr... just kidding
The Color Codes of Foods
Appalachaian food-ways: Cooking ethics and traditions of a diverse population
Alekhouse, that is your edit tool link. Can you please copy your hub link so I can add you?
Went to the farmers market this weekend, and wrote a hub about it.
http://hubpages.com/_quhng16s2trb/hub/F … pping-Tips
Good day shirley can you still add my supposed to be the first hub here in hubmob, a problem with a rss thing prevented me from having it entered in the HubMob list.
the title of the hub is The Versatile Antioxidants.
Here is my 2nd hubmob (could have been 3rd)which I did last night:
General, General, General. None of your hubs were put through the "Answer this Request" link! The one that you answered with via posting a link is your profile link and not the hub that pertains to food ethics and traditions that I put in the hub (my bad!).
Don't worry, GH. We'll get ya there. May I suggest as a quick-fix remedy that you answer the question with the applicable links and make sure that you have the HubMob graphic and feed in each hub?
Your other options are to either rewrite using a different slant, or unpublish them and republish them, going through the link in the first post of this thread for each one. Please make sure that the hubs deal with the subject matter and you're good to go. The only downside to republishing is that you will lose the original url.
Clear as mud?
i wanna apologize for my absence but i was (and still) extremely busy...exams won't end untill the new year...I've seen that the hubmob is growing day after day and there are many respectful hubbers ...Princessa and Shirley, you are really doing a great job ..keep rocking
i've managed to make a quick hub...i hope u like it guys
Best foods for diabetics
Hey, where's everybody this morning?
Here is a follow up to my first entry this week. This one is about the sensual pleasures of whipped cream: http://hubpages.com/hub/whipped-cream
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