Monday, February 19, 2018

In the Kitchen

How I Make Sure My Family Is Prepared for the Unexpected #sponsored

Emergency preparedness is essential, yet most families aren’t prepared for the unexpected. Experts recommend that people should prepare to survive on their own for at least 72 hours. Only one in ten Americans, however, is prepared to make it for that length of time with no access to food, water, power, or transportation. These are some steps you can take …

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Now at Food City: Indian River Select Juice #sponsored

If you’re looking for fresh, delicious orange juice and grapefruit juice, visit your nearest Food City for Indian River Select! (Click here to locate a Food City store near you.) Indian River Select juices are available in the refrigerated juice section. Choose from three varieties: Valencia, Ruby Red Grapefruit, and Original Orange. All are available in 59 ounce bottles. Indian River …

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Back to School: Crunchies Freeze Dried Fruits

Crunchies Freeze Dried Fruit

Kids love fruit snacks. Unfortunately, most of the commercially available products include lots of added ingredients, including refined sugars. I prefer to buy items that are simple, full of goodness and quality. That’s one of the reasons I was incredibly excited to try Crunchies! Crunchies is a line of high quality freeze dried fruits and vegetables. The company works with …

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Save with Groupon Coupons #ad #GrouponCoupons

Saving money is important to me. I’ve been using coupons at the grocery store and the pharmacy for a long time, but with the increasing cost of goods and services, it’s important to me that I save money as many places as possible. I was excited to discover Groupon Coupons, which allows me save at thousands of retailers! Whether I’m shopping …

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Back to School: BeFree Gluten Free Bread

If you asked me two years ago what my favorite food was, I would have likely said bread. I used to be one of those people that couldn’t have a meal without some sort of bread. I bought small packages of dinner rolls to eat as snacks, thought I couldn’t survive the morning without a bagel, and ate more sandwiches …

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Back to School: Lunchbox Snacks

Finding new products to put in lunchboxes can be a struggle, especially at the school year drags on. Luckily, there are lots of yummy and inventive products available this year! Sneaky Chef No-Nut Butter Peanut allergies can be a life-threatening condition. For this reason, many schools no longer allow products that contain peanuts to be brought into school. This can …

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Back to School: Reflo Cup

Reflo Smart Cup

For most children, sippy cups are an essential transition from bottles to drinking from a regular cup. Some kids, however, struggle with the transition from bottles to sippies. Children may dislike the look and feel of the cups. They may have trouble learning to use them, especially those with spillproof lids. Sippy cups have been associated with speech and dental …

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Fill Those Stockings with YummySnacks #holidaygiftguide


YummySnack® Bars™ are the “better-than-candy” bars. They’re made of wholesome, real-food ingredients like flaxseed, coconut, natural peanut butter and cocoa—yet still taste like your kids’ favorite candy bars! This is why we love them and we know you will too: Gluten-free Low Sugar High fiber Protein Omega 3s All YummySnack® products are made of real ingredients with absolutely nothing artificial! …

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Rise K-Pods Coffee #review #greatergoods

Rise Coffee Pods by Greater Goods

As much as I love my single-serve coffee pot, the amount of waste it creates is rather alarming. The plastic pods are convenient and easy to use, but have been detrimental to the environment. That is one of the reasons I was really excited to try Rise Coffee Pods by Greater Goods. Compatible with most Keurig brewers, these coffee pods …

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Brillante Manual Coffee Grinder #Review

I have a single-serve coffee maker, as well as a drip coffee pot. For convenience, these are the ones that I use most often. In those coffee makers, I use pods or ground coffee. On the weekends, however, when I have more time to sit and savor a good cup of coffee, I want to grind my own beans and …

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