Things I Use

Recommended Food Resources

I know it’s hard to find allergen-free “friendly” food.  So, when I find a product that we love and that makes our lives easier, I’ll post it here on this page.  Check back often as this page will be growing, and I’ll be sure to post about some of the great deals and offers that I come across, too!

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Beef, Poultry, & Pork

Zaycon Foods

Zaycon Foods is a really neat food co-op idea!  They make deals directly with farmers so you cut out the costs of the middle-man.  They specialize in fresh meat.  Not all of their products are allergen-free, so shop wisely.  It comes in large bulk packages, like a 40 lb case of fresh, never frozen, minimally processed boneless chicken breast.  You have to do a little extra work to divide it up and freeze it, but I can save over $1 per pound!

Dry Goods

Rolled Oats

Rolled oats are so versatile and so good for you!  You can make a hot, comforting bowl of oatmeal in 3 minutes!  I use them in baked goods, granola, and all kinds of snacks.  We go through a lot of rolled oats around here!

 

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    I am somewhat heisatnt to sign up for this. I had recently signed up for a website called gfmenufortheweek.com to recieve there free newsletter and then paid $48 for a years worth of weekly menu planning and the last time they posted a new menu was May 18th and they don’t respond to emails. How do I know this won’t happen again?

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      Hi Mohammad,
      I’m sorry that happened to you. I can assure you that my email list sign up is 100% FREE! I may send you information about products I am creating, but signing up for the email does not cost anything. I hope you find it helpful!

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