My Foray Into Food Storage

A regular gal learning about Food Storage, Home Cooking, Canning, Gardening, and more!

April Giveaway! Easy, Free, Daily Entry!

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One week down and one week to go. Don’t miss out!

My Foray Into Food Storage

Don’t you LOVE free stuff?  I do!   Here’s a chance for you to get some awesome free food.  You can store it long term (about 25 years unopened in a cool room), or open it and try it out.  Wonder what food storage tastes like?  This is a great way to see if freeze dried foods are for you.

This month's FABULOUS prize! This month’s FABULOUS prize!

Let me start by telling you a little bit about our sponsor, Jennette Albee, a Thrive consultant.  She is graciously sponsoring this giveaway.  (I’m not getting paid, nor am I getting anything other than the items I’m giving away).  Jennette is an awesome lady!  I consider her a close, personal friend.  She sells Thrive, because she wants to help others who feel the way she did, unsure how and where to start building food storage.  Here’s a little bit about her and why she sells…

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Author: Laurie Nguyen

I am a happily married, stay at home mom with four sons, ages 24, 22, 18, and 14. I'm not a professional blogger, and I'm certainly not a foodie or a chef. But I like food, so I think I'm qualified to write about my own life experience with food. Want to be a little more prepared for the unexpected? Check out my Food Storage Blog, http://forayintofoodstorage.com. Have a question about Food Storage? Email me: forayintofoodstorage@gmail.com.

One thought on “April Giveaway! Easy, Free, Daily Entry!

  1. So glad this showed up in my mail Laurie. I’ve nominated you for two awards, so visit my site at http://kyangel17.com and accept them if you choose to. They are easy to accept, thankfully. If you choose not to accept them, just know that I respect the work you do, and am really in awe of how much you have learned about being self sustainable. I grew up on a farm, so it was born in my blood, and I know how hard it was learning it all even when I grew up doing it, so I’m amazed at all you have learned to do as an adult. Kudos.

    Angie

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