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Print Your Coupons
The end of the month is just two days away. Print your coupons before they're gone. New coupons will be listed on November 1, 2010. I've printed some favorites and will hold them in hopes of a sale. Print this one out for some cheap sugar: Smartsource: Dixie Crystals Sugar $0.75/1 This will double to $1.50 at both Lowes Foods and Harris Teeter. The last time I had this coupon, ...
Kraft Shredded Cheese for $0.88 a Bag
I've told you before and I'll tell you again- I LOVE cheese! I don't think I go a day without eating some type of cheese. And usually I have 6-8 different types in my fridge at a time. Cheese is pretty pricey so anytime I can get a good deal on it, I stock up. This week there's a great deal going on at Lowe's Food stores. So here's the steal: All bags of shredded Kraft Cheese are on sal...
Harris Teeter Super Doubles!!
It's happening again! Harris Teeter is doing “Super Doubles” from November 3-9. With plenty of advanced notice, now's the time to gather all your high value coupons so that you are prepared next Wednesday. For those of you that are new to couponing, “Super Doubles” means that they will double any coupon up to $1.98. However, the upc barcode on the coupon must begin with a number ...
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle
So my little "Harriet Potter" has been having a BLAST with the PS3 Lego Harry Potter game and as if that wasn't enough, my In-Laws got her the coolest Lego set around. It's the Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle! This isn't the ordinary "Lego" set that I grew up with. This Lego set has hinges and doors, flames on torches, stairs that swivel, and much, much more. It's AMAZING! My In-Laws had as...
Happy 5th Birthday, Emma!!!
My baby is turning 5 today. She is SOOO excited about this age, and the fact that the dentist told her 2 days ago that her two bottom teeth were loose. I keep telling her she's going to look like a jack-o-lantern but she doesn't seem to mind:) I received the Picaboo book in the mail yesterday and it's all wrapped up and ready for Emma to open up. It came out REALLY nice. Can't believe I...
Free Picaboo Photobook!
I just found out from My Baton Rouge Mommy that Picaboo is offering new customers a FREE large Classic book from October 15 to 25th by using code FALLBK. I'm a little behind on my photobooks these days, so I spent the day today working on Emma's birthday party from last year. I've always loved scrapbooking but can't seem to find the time lately. Making a photobook is similar to scrapbook...
How to Get 5 Packages of Cheese for $3.38
I LOVE cheese! I should have probably been born a mouse:) It's one of those foods that I can eat every single day and I never get tired of it. I was thrilled to get 5 packages of it at Harris Teeter for only $3.38 today. I picked up 4 bags of shredded cheese and 1 package of Cracker Barrel Cheddar slices. All of them were on sale. The shredded cheeses were on sale 2 for $4 and the...
Groupon: Top Deals for September 3
I LOVE Groupon! I purchased 3 different ones this year.  The first was for a 90-minute massage from Massage Envy for only $49 (Retails for $114).  The second one was for a Gap store certificate for $25 (Retails for $50) and the most recent one was for Papa Murphy's Pizza.  This one was only $8 and it retails for $20.  Someone's having pizza in the next couple days! Here's the list of th...
Vita Mix Blender – The Kitchen Appliance No Home Should Be Without
I've got to be honest with you. I hate infomercials. I also don't care much for sales Kiosks where fast-talking snake oil salesmen wearing headset microphones attempt to mesmerize you with their clever words and trivial knowledge. In fact, the Vita Mix blender Kiosk at our local Costco had been up and running for several months before we finally approached it during one of our latest visits. Prior...
Today Only: Get $50 Worth of Gap Apparel for ONLY $25
Groupon is having a wonderful deal today. You can get $50 worth of Gap Apparel (including sale items) for ONLY $25. This deal is valid at all the Gap Stores. Don't miss out- you can use this for back-to-school shopping or even for holiday gifts. The certificate is valid for use through November 19, 2010.

Frozen Organic Baby Food

Posted By: Elena on February 26, 2010 in Baby Food, Frozen, Organic - Comments: No Comments »

When it comes to baby food, you have a lot of choices. But only a handful of baby food companies have frozen organic varieties.

More than ever, parents are looking for the convenience of a quick meal yet wanting the best quality and nutritious foods for their babies. Now, you can have the best of both worlds by purchasing frozen organic baby food. “Organic frozen baby food” that has been “blast frozen” lasts longer, preserves the nutrients and colors of the ingredients better than jarred food and has all the good things that come with “organic“.

Here is a list of the companies that I found to have frozen organic baby food.

Bella Baby– 12 different flavors of frozen purees available.

Bobo Baby– This Canadian based company offers 12 different flavors of frozen purees.

Happy Baby– 8 different packages of 15 varieties, including meat, grains, fruit and vegetables in three stages.

Jack’s Harvest– 10 flavors in two stages- 7 “So smooth” and 3 “A Little Lumpy” varieties
Through March 31, 2010, you can save $1 on Jack’s Harvest frozen organic baby foods at Whole Foods. $1 Coupon.

Mom Made Foods– 4 varieties All 100% USDA Certified Organic.

Tasty Baby– 10 different flavors of frozen purees available in three stages.

Yummy Spoonfuls– 25 flavors in three stages- 10 “Creamy Yummy”, 11 “Mushy Yummy” and 4 “Chunky Yummy” varieties 100% USDA Certified Organic.

Note: Companies listed in alphabetical order. The companies that description includes “100% USDA Certified Organic” made this clear on their websites. This does not mean some of the others aren’t as well…I just didn’t see it in their FAQ or website.

Do you know a company that sells “frozen organic baby food” not listed here? Feel free to leave a comment or send me an email and I will be happy to add them to the above list.

Earth Fare Coupon

Posted By: Elena on February 25, 2010 in Earth Fare - Comments: 1 Comment »

Another wonderful coupon from Earth Fare!

This one is specifically for the following 4 locations: Raleigh, NC, Greenville, SC, Rockhill, SC and Augusta, GA. Make sure you check your email for a great coupon they sent out today. You will receive a 1 lb. of Shrimp for FREE with any purchase.

This coupon is valid from 2/25/2010 through 2/28/2010.

Whole Foods Deals

Posted By: Elena on in Whole Foods - Comments: No Comments »

There are quite a few new coupons at Whole Foods this week.

$1.00 off any ONE (1) 18-oz jar 365 Everyday Value Organic Peanut Butter

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk (refrigerated or aseptic, any size)

Save $1.50 any TWO (2) Nature’s Path Organic Granola Bars or Hot Oatmeal items

$1.00 off any TWO (2) Lifeway Products

$1.00 off any ONE (1) CLIF Quench Sport Drink

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Organic Valley Yogurt

$1.00 off any ONE (1) method item

$1.00 off any TWO (2) CLIF Builder’s Protein Bars

55¢ off any ONE (1) San-J Tamari, Cooking Sauce or Salad Dressing

$1.00 off any ONE (1) Kashi Heart to Heart Product

75¢ off any ONE (1) Dagoba Organic Chocolate product

$1.00 off any ONE (1) 32 oz. Odwalla

$1.00 off any ONE (1) box any flavor/variety Cascadian Farm Granola Bars or Cascadian Farm Cereal

Special thanks to The Penny Pantry for this week’s Whole Foods Market Deals.

Earth Fare Coupon

Posted By: Elena on February 24, 2010 in Coupons, Earth Fare - Comments: No Comments »

If you are heading out to Earth Fare today make sure you check your email before you go. Today they sent out a great coupon for FREE pizza dough and FREE Rio Briati mozzarella cheese when you purchase a jar of Earth Fare’s Pasta Sauce.

This coupon is valid from 2/24/2010 through 3/2/2010.

Harris Teeter’s “Organic” Deals

Posted By: Elena on in Harris Teeter, Organic - Comments: No Comments »

It doesn’t look like a great week for Organic Deals at Harris Teeter, but they do have a few. The Earthbound Farms Organic salad mix, Pacific Organic Broth and HT Naturals Organic Vanilla Ice Cream are all on sale.

Did you find any other “organic” deals this week?

Kashi TLC Bars Coupon

Posted By: Elena on February 23, 2010 in All Natural, Kashi - Comments: No Comments »

There is a new Kashi TLC Bars coupon available from Coupons.com for $1.50/2.

Improve your Health by Going Organic

Posted By: Elena on February 22, 2010 in Organic - Comments: 1 Comment »

Sports Writer Max from The Times Herald thinks going organic will improve your health. He gives 5 good reasons why you should considering buying organic foods.

Max says, “On average, I figure I spent an additional $100 per month on better quality and organic foods. To me, this is a very reasonable added expense when you consider the benefit to my health over a lifetime. Along with regular exercise, this decision can significantly reduce my risk of disease and slow the aging process”.

“I realize that it’s impossible to always eat healthy and organic, but the idea is to reduce the toxicity in our bodies by cutting harmful chemicals wherever and whenever possible. Here are just a few reasons why you might consider consuming organic foods and products”.

1. Organic products meet stringent standards.

Organic certification is the public’s assurance that products have been grown and handled according to strict procedures without persistent and often harsh toxic chemical inputs. When a product has been Certified Organic by QAI (Quality Assurance International), you can rest assured that the product, its ingredients and the manufacturer have gone through a thorough investigation.

2. Organic production greatly reduces health risks.

Many EPA-approved pesticides were registered long before extensive research linked these chemicals to cancer and other diseases. Now, the EPA considers 60% of all herbicides (weed killers), 90% of all fungicides (mold killers), and 30% of all insecticides (insect killers) as potentially cancer causing. Organic farming keeps harmful chemicals and pesticides out of the food we eat and beverages we drink. It also prohibits the use of antibiotics in animal feed, which are routinely used in conventional farming and are known to create dangerous antibiotic-resistant pathogens.

3. Organic farms respect our precious water sources.

The elimination of polluting chemicals and nitrogen leaching, done in combination with soil building, protects and conserves water resources. Organic farming reduces toxic farming runoff and pollutants that contaminate our water, soil and air.

4. Organic farmers build better, healthier soil.

Soil is the foundation of the food chain and the primary focus of organic farming. We’re facing the worst topsoil erosion in history due to our current agricultural practice of chemical intensive, mono-crop farming.

5. Organic food tastes better.

It’s common sense – well-balanced soils grow strong healthy plants that taste great. Try an organic orange, apple, or vine-ripened tomato for a sweet and juicy treat.

Organic On A Budget

Posted By: Elena on in Budget, Organic - Comments: No Comments »

While going green can be good for your health it is not always easy on the wallet. Since the recession hit, more than half of consumers have changed which organics they buy, if any. Kelli Grant, Senior Consumer Reporter for SmartMoney.com, gives us five tips on how to go green and save money.

  • First, prioritize your organics. Pick and choose to save cash. Some produce requires less pesticides to grow, therefore there is little or no residue after washing. The Environmental Working Group lists asparagus, avocados, broccoli, onions and kiwi as less affected. Peels on tropical fruits such as bananas further reduce your exposure.
  • Second, join a co-op. For an annual fee you’ll get access to low-priced produce and other products from area farmers. Many of the options for organic and savings run between 15 and 30 percent. But, do keep in mind some co-ops require you to work there as well, so it may not be cost-effective for everyone.
  • The third tip may sound very familiar – clip coupons. Organics don’t often pop up in the Sunday circular, but keep your eyes open for manufactures’ coupons good on “any” of a particular line. That includes organics. Also check manufacturers’ websites for printout coupons for your favorite organic brands.
  • Fourth, buy in-season. Produce is cheap to begin with and organic prices are more competitive. Compare prices at farmer’s markets and local supermarkets.
  • Last, be sure to consider generics. Many supermarkets are adding organic lines to their private labels. It is a move that enables consumers to buy organic at significant discounts over big-name brands. Meijer has Meijer Organics, Whole Foods has 360 Organics and Publix has GreenWise Market.

Conventional vs. Organic Farming

Posted By: Elena on in Conventional, Organic - Comments: No Comments »


Are you wondering whether you should be buying conventional or organic foods? Consider these farming differences to help you with your decision.

Thanks to the Mayo Clinic for this list.

Conventional farmers

Organic farmers

Apply chemical fertilizers to promote plant growth.

Spray insecticides to reduce pests and disease.

Use chemical herbicides to manage weeds.

Give animals antibiotics, growth hormones and medications to prevent disease and spur growth.

Apply natural fertilizers, such as manure or compost, to feed soil and plants.

Use beneficial insects and birds, mating disruption or traps to reduce pests and disease.

Rotate crops, till, hand weed or mulch to manage weeds.

Give animals organic feed and allow them access to the outdoors. Use preventive measures — such as rotational grazing, a balanced diet and clean housing — to help minimize disease.

Organic Deals at Walmart

Posted By: Elena on February 21, 2010 in Organic, Walmart - Comments: No Comments »

Stonyfield YoBaby Organic Whole Milk Yogurt, $1
$1/1 printable when you register
Final Price: FREE

Eggland’s Best Cage Free or Organic Dozen Eggs, $3.22
$0.50/1 Eggland’s Best Cage Free or Organic Dozen Eggs – 1-31-10 (exp. 6/30/10)
Final Price: $2.72

Kashi Heart to Heart Cereal, $2.87
$1.50/1 Kashi printable IE or printable FF
Final Price: $1.37/each

Special thanks to Bargain Briana for this weeks Walmart Deals.

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