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Shelf Reliance Mom: November 2011

Monday, November 28, 2011

Last Day to Save - Cyber Monday

To get these prices, email me at TiffsTreasures at gmail dot com so I can send you a discount password!

The Harvest 72 only $250 through the end of today. Retail 469.99 (46% off!)

Mixed Veggie 6 pack $57.79 Retail 97.89 (41% off)

Cansolidator Cupboard $17.09 Retail 34.99 (51% off)

Cansolidator Pantry $18.99 Retail 44.99  (58% off)

Vigilance Basic 1 person kit $49.19 Retail 74.99 (34% off)
Expedition Basic 4 person kit $138.09 Retail 138.09 (27% off)
Providence Basic 2 person kit $77.89 Retail 109.99 (29% off)

Thrive Cookbook $12.19 Retail 24.95 (52% off!)

Packages 20% off.
To view all of the sales, click here.


Friday, November 25, 2011

Want Peace of Mind Today? Shelf Reliance Packages 20% OFF!!!

Shelf Reliance just announced that they will have 56 Packages on sale for 20% off during this Black Friday, Cyber Monday Celebration.  To see all they have to offer at the lowest prices available, go here.  To view the other Black Friday Sales on individual cans of Freeze Dried Food, Shelving, Emergency Kits and more, go here.


Black Friday- Too many people wanting the deals! If the website is down

If the website crashes because too many people are trying to shop at once, simply look at the ad, type a list of the products you were wanting to buy and email it to me at TiffsTreasures at gmail dot com and I will start placing the order for you.  Be sure to leave a couple of time blocks that will be good to get ahold of you over the next few days and I will call you to complete the order.  Please don't send credit card info in the email, just leave your phone number and I will have you read it to me live. If you were hoping to get more than just the highlighted items on this paper and need a price list, just email me and I'd be more than happy to send one to you.  Thank you for your patience.  To go to original Black Friday Blog Page, click here.


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Applesauce Switcharoo

Many of you probably already know this but I am a quick healthy-tip switch kind of person so I am constantly substituting applesauce for oil in anything and everything. This will save me a step in my Apple Cinnamon Pancakes, Caramel Apple Wheat Pancakes, many Banana Bread and Zucchini Bread recipes, Pumpkin Bread, Cinnamon Streussal Pancakes, basically any baked good that would call for oil. If you are new to this tip and are unsure of what I am talking about, you simple substitute applesauce for oil cup for cup in your baking recipes. This reduces the fat content (if replacing 1 cup of Canola Oil for applesauce) by 218 grams and 1822 calories, plus you're adding in a little fruit with vitamins. So if you had a loaf of zucchini bread that called for 1 cup of oil and you split it into a dozen muffins, that trick alone would save you 152 calories and 18 grams of fat per muffin!   Thank you Shelf Reliance for helping me make more recipes healthier one step at a time.

Wow, I didn't even start thinking about all of the gallons and gallons of applesauce my kids eat in a year. Hmmmm... I wonder how many cases I'll need to buy?

What healthy substitution do you like to use in your cooking? What food can't you live without?


Monday, November 21, 2011

Shelf Reliance in a Nutshell

New to Shelf Reliance?  Here is Shelf Reliance in a nutshell!

Friday, November 18, 2011

2012 Black Friday - Complete Details - Spread the Word!

This link will go to the actual sale site once the sale has begun, currently it goes to the complete flyer.  Spread the word
If you'd like to be notified by email of future unadvertised sales, you can join my free email  
or contact me directly at  Thanks for stopping by!

Announcing Shelf Reliance's biggest sale of the year.
It's the 2012 Black Friday Sale -ebration!!!!

Take me straight to the sales! - What can I do to prepare? - How Can I Earn Free Food With this Sale?

Black Friday FAQs:
Is the Shelf Reliance Black Friday sale available for everyone?
Yes, anyone can participate in these sales, however, it is not available on the general website.  If you do not currently have a Shelf Reliance Consultant, or are unsure, please email me at with your first and last name and email you would like connected to the discount site.

How Do I Earn Free Food?
It is really easy!  Help me spread the word and I will be setting up online events for all of you across cyber world who are willing to share this fantastic deal with all of your friends and family members.  You can earn all the free and half priced food known as "host benefits" which you'd regularly get at a party straight from your own home. Email me for full details with the subject line BLACK FRIDAY 2012.

Why should I choose you as my consultant?
I have been with Shelf Reliance for 2 years and have been using and storing food storage for much longer than that.  I am very knowledgeable about our product and price comparing and I will be able to guarantee that you get what you need for your family for the best that I can offer.

How do I participate in the free gift raffle?
I am doing a personal raffle as a thank you for those of you who participate in sharing the preparedness message.  With all of the disasters that have been occurring this year I've become very aware that there are so many people in need of assistance who need to wake up.   My plan is to donate 50% of the commissions made from this event to Humanitarian Aid.  If you help me reach this goal, I will be putting your name in the drawing.  I will be creating a post tonight with details on the point system.

If I am a Q member, can I add these cheaper items to my Q?
Certainly.  Just be sure to change the ship date to be one of those that are during the sale (Nov 23-26).
If you haven't heard of the Q, here are the details:

Ready to set building a "Home Store" as a priority? You can click this link and start getting the exclusive Q-club member sales today as well as accrue points for money spent to earn free food.  Too busy to fill out the info?  I'll set a Q up for you so all you'll need to do is choose your budget and the start date.

What is on Sale?
Click the picture to be taken to the link so you can print these out for friends and family members.
Be sure to include my contact info so you can get the credit for the sale.

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Under-the-Bed Giveaway

I will be raffling off one of our newly released products this Thanksgiving Season in honor of my SR Anniversary and the Black Friday Sale -ebration!  I held my first party the week of Thanksgiving last year and signed up as a consultant just a few days into the month of December.  

Earn an entry for each of the following (Please make sure to leave a comment for each thing you do so I can give you points accordingly!):
1. Follow my blog. (1 entry)
2. Like me on Facebook (1 entry)
3. Like me on the Fence. (1 entry) To enter this simply click the "We're on the Fence Icon".
3. Sign up to receive emails from the blog. (1 entry)
4. Sharing the news about this contest on Facebook. (2 entries)
5. Blog about this contest by clicking share at the bottom of this page. (3 entries)
6. Make a purchase at my discount store or at one of my upcoming food demonstration events between now and December 3rd.  For a list of the events for which I'll be consulting at to RSVP, please go here. The lucky winner will have their choice of the Under-the-Bed for #10 Cans or Under-the-Bed for Regular Cans.
Remember to leave a comment under the one you would choose if you were to win.

There is a possibility of earning up to 13 points for this contest....good luck!

Happy Anniversary!

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Monday, November 14, 2011

Do cubes of Tomato make you smile? Me too.

At the Opportunity Meeting in Albuquerque last night we got to taste this brand new product. They are so flavorful that I can snack on them right out of the can. Of the 3 new veggies, they were my husband's favorite. In August I did a Meal in Minutes class with a bunch of friends from my church. We were able to make quite a few things that were meals in a mylar bag after mixing SR things together. The one ingredient that we had to left out was the lonesome little tomato dices. I stocked up on cans of diced tomatoes but they are very heavy and take a lot of space on my shelf. I was so thrilled to see Tomato Dices on the list now with the thoughts of all of the meals I will now completely be able to make with dry ingredients. Taco Soup, Mexican Zucchini Soup, Mexican Rice, Salsa, Stews, Chunky Spaghetti Sauce for lasagna, …

What's your favorite recipe that calls for diced tomatoes?


Stir Fry- Freeze Dried Style

I just went to a Opportunity Meeting in Albuquerque and got to taste the new veggies and all I can say is wow, wow, wow!!! I have to say I am quite excited about the new line up of vegetables. When we had convention this February, three of the vegetables I had written in that I wish we had were the Freeze Dried Bell Peppers, FD Tomato Dices and FD Zucchini. This announcement for this line up was a prayer answered for me. When living off of food storage, who could go without the warm, toasty, fresh-out-of-the-oven goodness of zucchini bread? I absolutely adore zucchini in my stir fry and a southwestern dish calabasitas (Tomato Dices) and Ratatoulle... okay so I'm kind of a cooking geek, but wow, wow, wow I'm excited. Can't wait to get my first can in, because you better believe I'm breaking these babies right out of the package.

What will you use the zucchini for?


My New Favorite Shelf Reliance Product

I know that more than one person has shed a tear for the discontinued Dehydrated Mixed Bell Peppers that Shelf Reliance has decided to retire December of this year or whenever supplies run out....whichever comes first. Trust me, even many of the consultants have been begging SR to reverse this decision. If you loved them as much as most people, now will be your time to stock up before the last can leaves the shelf. While I too liked the Mixed Bell Peppers, it was husband's least favorite food due to its flavor and texture. They were tiny and flaky so they didn't have as much of a “presence” when it came to skillets. Needless to say, my family will be welcoming these wonderful strips of bell peppery goodness with open arms. I went to an Opportunity Meeting in Albuquerque last night and Jason Budge had these to sample.... I was in Heaven. They nearly melt it your mouth. The fresh aroma fills the air as soon as the can is opened. Then putting it in your mouth and tasting the sweet, then spice-melt-in-your-mouth-goodness is to die for. I think I may have just found a new favorite food. I thought that the Sweet and Sour Pineapple was delicious before, but now it is going to ROCK! Fajitas will be so moist and tender, pizza toppings so crisp and juicy, chili so warm and filling, Lasagna and stir I COME!!! Speaking of stir fry, I bet these will go great with the new Zucchini that was just released. Yahooey!

What do you use Bell Peppers in?
Which food wouldn't you be able to do without for a year?

Update: Due to customer and consultant requests, Shelf Reliance has decided not to retire the original mixed bell peppers.  Let your voice be heard!  What products do you love and wish they freeze dried...they listen.


A little piece of Heaven....Homemade Flour Tortillas

Don't forget to enter my giveaway going now through December 3rd.  Please leave a comment for each thing you do so I can give you points accordingly!

I'm a New Mexico girl as you all know and I love myself some tortillas. Quesadillas, Breakfast Burritos, Green Chile Beef and Potato Burritos or just plain tortillas.... we eat a lot of these in our family!  I have had trouble finding tortillas that are actually made by hand. I was looking at recipe after recipe and they all said mix with food processor, blender, etc. I wanted a fall back, go to recipe that I could use if we didn't have plugged in appliances. Thanks to LaDonna on I have a recipe that I love and can make with my very own two hands. I only had to change 1 ingredient amount.

Printable Recipe
Homemade Flour Tortillas
Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 45 Minutes

4 c all purpose flour                              2 ½ T THRIVE shortening, prepared (or lard)
1 t salt                                                  1 ½ c water
2 t baking powder

1.Whisk the flour, salt, and baking powder together in a mixing bowl. Mix in shortening with your fingers until the flour resembles cornmeal. Add the water and mix until the dough comes together.
2. Place on a lightly floured surface and knead a few minutes until smooth and elastic. Divide the dough into 24 equal pieces and roll each piece into a ball.
3. Preheat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Use a well-floured rolling pin to roll a dough ball into a thin, round tortilla. Place into the hot skillet, and cook until bubbly and golden; flip and continue cooking until golden on the other side. Place the cooked tortilla in a tortilla warmer; continue rolling and cooking remaining dough.

For an easy treat spread a little bit of butter on a hot fresh tortilla and sprinkle it with cinnamon and sugar.  Yummy!

To make Shortcut Bean Burritos, go here to mind out how to make Shortcut Bean Burrito Mix in 20 minutes without the 8 hours of presoaking.  I know, fantastic, right!

To shop Shelf Reliance at a discount of up to 45% please go to my discount site.

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Friday, November 11, 2011

Do you have 2500 diapers on hand?

Cloth Diapers

I know, I know.... most of you are probably going to click right out of this before you even read it. Why would I want to go back to the age of dunking smelly cloth into nasty smelling water and wash it, hang it to dry and do it all over again? Well, have you ever had to make a run to the store because you were out of diapers? Now, have you ever ran out of diapers during an emergency...probably not. Do you want to ever go through the experience of running out of diapers...probably not.

Cloth diapers have come a long way since the time I wore them;) There is no longer a need to fear poking your baby with a pin since they have wonderful velcro, buttons and snappies that make those diapers not only ouchless, but also better-fitted. I love that my skinny-minny daughter has ones that fit on her just perfectly.
I will admit that there are so many options out there that it will make your mind spin so you really just have to jump in and try it. Jillian's Drawer's has a wonderful “test drive” kind of deal that allows you to give a variety of cloth diapers for a full 3 weeks in order to decide which ones fit your needs best. I was so glad I ended up doing this program because I realized I would have bought some that didn't meet my needs. Thanks to this program I found the exact ones that I wanted and the quantity I'd need to use in a day.  I'd highly recommend it if you have a baby or plan on having one in the near future.  Always good to be prepared!


Unfortunate Things to Think About

Diva Cups
Its an unfortunate part of preparedness that we'd all prefer not to think of, nevertheless, here it is. After the freeze we had here in February, I decided I never wanted to be caught without menstruation tools. I bought lots of boxes of tampons and had it filling my cabinet under the sink. When I was talking to a friend about how I was frustrated about this, she mentioned the Diva Cupor the "Moon Cup".  It turns out that there are a host of different cup sizes and reusable pads that allow you to be set in that department without having to fill up a ton of space with expensive disposable products. The other great thing is you will be helping the environment too! To think of all of the stuff in the landfill sitting around from me alone...its pretty disgusting. Anyway...hope this rocks your world as much as it did mine. No more having to pack “lite” verses “heavy” materials or worry about leaking. I also thought it would be weird having to use this awkward product, but to be perfectly honest with you, you can't even feel it once its in.  To feel prepared in this department, just Google reusable menstrual pads or cups and you will be able to figure out the size and options that work best for you.


Thursday, November 10, 2011

Freeze Dried Raspberries: Ruby Gems of Deliciousness

Raspberries, mmmmmm... raspberries. I confess that my whole married life I've only bought fresh raspberries maybe 4 or 5 times. It frustrates me to no end that I spend $5 on a little carton of berries that I only get to use about 1/3 or ½ of and then they rot. (Yes, berries are quite expensive here) Once I bought raspberries and they were moldy a day and a half later- seriously? I wish I was exaggerating, but I'm not.  The time it went bad that quickly I had even planned to freeze them so the molding process didn't have time to happen so it was all the more infuriating since I thought I was being so smart. I hope this is just a phenomena that occurs because I live in NM , far away from anyone who would make fresh raspberries. Needless to say I was done with them.

Enter Freeze Dried Raspberries. My oh my these ruby gems are amazing. Depending on if you get a crop that is tart or one that is sweet, they are fantastic. I could snack on them right out of the can, use them in desserts, smoothies, breakfast and my personal favorite, granola.  I bring it to every food demonstration or party I ever attend.  These retail at $33.69, but now for the month of November, these are on sale for online customers for $29.69 and Q customers for28.69. This is unbeatable. When I was thinking about all of the raspberries I've wasted and thrown away, I realized I could have bought a can of these raspberries that last for 25 years sealed and 18 months once opened, and used what I had in the past and still had plenty more to use with any waste, loss of flavor, or even nutrition. Needless to say, I use raspberries more often now!

To read about other products that are currently on sale through November, they include Beans, Sour Cream Powder, Yogurt 6 pack, Bacon TVP, Sugar, Potato Chunks, Instant Rice and Maceroni.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Shelf Reliance Leaders: New Consultants GO HERE!

Shelf Reliance Leaders: New Consultants GO HERE!: New Consultant Quick Start How To Get Your Business Moving Fast By: Heather Lorimer Get Educated—Week 1 1. Read · Consul...

Heather is a fantastic, professional consultant who has been blogging recipes and doing parties from nearly the beginning. If you have signed up and would like some guidance as to where should I go from here, this list provides a nice step-by-step approach for what to do, links to visit, videos to watch. Good luck everyone!

Alert....Alert.....This is just a Test

Today each of the different medias will be conducting a Nationwide Emergency Test simultaneously.  Please don't be alarmed!  The test will run for 1 minute between the hour of 11-2 depending on where you live and be over before you know it.  I think the idea of a Nationwide Emergency Test is brilliant because if we have things like AmberAlerts and Hurricane Warnings, it is much easier to make sure everyone is on the same page.

Utah Preppers also reminds us that today would be a good day to double check on our 72 Hour Kits and Emergency Preparedness Plans.  Here are a few of my blogs that talk about preparing for certain types of disasters.  Hope at least one of them speaks to you!

Get Informed: What would you do if...
Would you be ready in 10 minutes?
Has the time to prepare come and gone?
Preparing for Hurricanes
Nuclear Attack: What would you do?
What's Your Plan?
Why Food Storage?


Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Exclusive Yogurt Sale: I'm your coupon

Can't choose a favorite?  Neither can we.
Shelf Reliance Super Sale: Right now we have a package with all 6 of our yogurts in $10 cans for only $162.20!!! That is a savings of about $10 off of each can for a total savings of almost $60.  You can only get this through me.  If you are interested, contact me at or
fill out this secure order form.

By the way, if you had to choose, which one would be your fave?
Mine's Vanilla :)

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Videos on how to use the Sun Oven

Sometimes I learn better by seeing a video.  I know, I know, there are a lot of videos here since they are 10 minute clips, but they are a wealth of knowledge. Ready to learn....let's go!  Click here if you'd like to see the tips and tricks I have learned from using my Sun Oven. 


Monday, November 7, 2011

Tricks I've learned from using my Sun Oven

Sun Oven Brownie Pans

The Sun Oven is one of my top 5 favorite emergency items EVER! I love that I don't have to pack fuel for it (as I am currently living in an itty bitty apartment that would outlaw the storing of fuel) and it works anywhere there is Sun, even in the winter!!! It doesn't matter if you have snow on the ground as long as its not a cloudy day. 

If you start cooking food when the Sun is first coming up, you can actually cook a few meals within the day as well as heat bricks to keep you warm at night...see below. The Sun Oven keeps food so juicy and warm, unlike the conventional oven which tends to dry thing out, due to the window that traps all of the juices inside. Just a special note that you'll probably want to make sure your pans are covered with lids so all of the condensation doesn't end up on the glass since those little droplets will make it difficult to see the thermometer gauge to see if you are maintaining the correct temperature.

Something I also did for my sun oven is bought some high heat paint (the kind you use on barbecue grills) and painted a few of my mylar glass jars (*on the outside, not the inside, that would be poisonous :P) in order to let the jar soak up more heat to boil water with greater ease.  I also painted a few bricks, since bricks tend to hang onto heat, that I can put under the tray that holds food so it will help maintain the heat if a cloud were to pass by which would typically make the temperature drop. Since I live in sunny Las Cruces, that tends to be less of a problem so it typically comes in my handy for me when I am getting something out of the oven and putting something new in. The bricks help it not take as much time to reheat to the correct temperature. And, if we were living in a true emergency and didn't have electricity or gas we could fill the Sun Oven with bricks after we were done cooking our meal to trap in all of that heat, then use them to warm our bedrooms (or as I've heard if wrapped in a special type of cloth, you can put at your feet to keep your children's little toesies warm). PS. If you know which type of fabric would be good for this use, you should leave a comment at the bottom because I'm currently trying to plan for that as we are planning on doing a winter campout to test our 4 season tent and stove.

Another reason I love my Sun Oven is you can kind of set it and forget it. If you are going to be gone for the day but would still love to come home to a hot juicy meal, the makers of the Sun Oven just suggest that you set the Sun Oven facing the area that will get the most sunlight in the day, pop your food in, and come home to a crockpot-esque kind of meal. Because it doesn't dry food out like a conventional oven, it allows you to cook something for hours without burning the food. Also, because the glass traps the heat and pressure, food stays nice and warm for hours even after heavy Sun has gone leaving you able to decide when mealtime will be without having to plan times exactly and precisely. One time I put ears of corn directly on the tray in the morning and forgot about them until about 6 pm. They were still juicy and warm despite the forgetful cook.

I'm sure you get it by now, but I LOVE THE SUN OVEN!!!

If you are just getting started and are noticing that your 9x13 casserole pans won't fit, you should check out the Sun OvenRoasing Pan. Shelf Reliance also sells a brownie pan which can also serve as a cookie sheet or can cook your casserole baked goods with ease.

If you can't afford accessories right now, I personally have had a lot of success with my 8x8 Pyrex dishes as they are the correct height that I can stack 1 on top of another and get twice the cooking done. The only problem with this route is that I don't have a lid to trap moisture in so I often get condensation on the top of the glass when I go this route. I know you will love your Sun Oven....I do!

Are you a visual learner?  Click here to see step-by-step videos from the masterminds at Global Sun Ovens.

*This is a blog where you can see a picture of two soup cans which were painted for cooking purposes.  I painted mylar jars because I am not sure that the linings in the cans are safe since many times it has BPA.  You can decide what is best for your family.


Beans for Dessert? Do the Butter Swap!

If you are someone who doesn't like to buy your beans and can them yourself then, Beans are on a crazy good sale this month!

How many times have I heard, “Well, I don't store beans because I don't like them?” To them I say, I used to be in your boat, but I learned to not only like them, I love them. Taco Soup, Southwestern Chili Beans and "regular" chili. I can name a handful of delectable delightful soups. I also love it in my Mexican foods like burritos, tacos  But what else can you do with beans?

Nutritional go-to tip that I love: You can substitute ½ the butter called for in a recipe for well-mashed beans. If a recipe calls for 1 cup of butter, you would use ½ c (1 stick) of butter and ½ c of mushed white (northern or navy) beans. Note: you can also use pinto, they just have a stronger taste that is a little more difficult to mask or if you are making a chocolate dish like Devil's Food Cake or Brownies you can use black beans...just don't tell the eaters beforehand- or after for that matter- or they will say that they spot the difference in taste.

I first learned this from an LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint) online cookbook, but quickly discounted that it must taste horrible so I didn't believe it and didn't give it another thought. Next, odes to Deals to Meals. I have been in love with most of her recipes for a little over 2 years now and saw that she had a cookie recipe that called for beans to which I gawked and said, seriously? She is going to make me put beans in my cookies....blah. I'm cool with switching out applesauce for oil, but she suggested that I put beans in my white chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. I bravely trusted her suggestion and went boldly to my food processer and dumped some beans in thinking of how awful it would taste. I added it to the dough and decided I had to try the dough before I could precede. Yes, I am one of those cookie dough eaters, I'll own up to it. The thing I won't own up to is how much dough I ate! I couldn't believe how bad it didn't taste, no, how amazing it did taste. I was sold. I went forth boldly and began adding this trick into much of my cooking. Tips I've learned: I only do ½ as a substitute. If I were living strictly on food storage, of course I'd be willing to go all in, but I do notice that things are drier if I go all bean-y. Not only is this cheaper (come on, the cost of butter is $3/lb right now!) but it is also tons healthier. Just this one little switch saves you * 665 calories and a whopping 91.5 grams of fat per ½ c substituted in a recipe, not to mention that it adds almost 10 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber. If your recipe made 2 dozen cookies that would mean you cut the cookies calories down by about 25 calories per cookie and 4 grams of fat.  Is that not the coolest trick to think about?  If you like sweets but need to cut down on your fat intake... there you go!  Now you don't have to fill your freezer with as much butter and that alone should put a smile on your face :P

On another note, Deals to Meals also has another bean recipe that my family loves, non-desserty. It is her Black Bean Enchiladas. Enjoy!

To read about other products that are currently on sale through November, they include Raspberries, Beans, Sour Cream Powder, Yogurt 6 pack, Bacon TVP, Sugar, Potato Chunks, Instant Rice and Maceroni.

Prices are 16% off for online customers or 20% off for Q Customers.  Not on the Q?  Check it out.

Pinto Beans Retail $11.69 Online Customers 10.29 Q Club Members 9.99
Kidney Beans Retail $13.59 Online Customers 11.99 Q Club Members 11.59
Black Beans Retail $14.39 Online Customers 12.69 Q Club Members 12.29

* Info retrieved from
1/2 c Butter 814 calories 92 g fat
1/2 c Beans 149 1/2 g fat 9.65 g protein 6 g fiber

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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

*I'm currently doing a giveaway on one of these.  For details, go to the giveaways tab.

Many people have trouble finding a place to put all of their food, this new product is sure to put a smile on someone's face cuz its already put one on mine.  Introducing the Under the Bed Harvest #10 Rack.

This rotating dream is the same dimension as the standard Harvest that we are used to seeing, its just one level rather than the multiple rows that typically come standard in the other configurations.  This means that it is 24.5" deep and 36" wide.  It has 4 rows which hold 7 cans each making it 28 cans altogether.  So, how many cans can your bed conceal?

If you have a crib, this is a little bit too wide, so it won't fit under there.

If you have a twin or full bed, you will be able to fit 2 sets back to back with one area to fill the shelf being at the head of the bed and one being at the foot of the bed.  This would mean 56 #10 cans!!!  But we're just getting started :P

If you have a queen bed you would be able to fit 4....YES 4 of these under your bed.  That would mean if you had 2 sets of 2 back to back with entries on both of the sides of the bed you would be able to store 112 cans!  How awesome is that.  This means you have the equivalency of a FULL Harvest 72 #10 underneath your bed.  Can I get a woooooohooooooo!

Of course, you probably already guess that a California King and regular King also hold 4 sets with plenty of room to spare.  If that doesn't make you smile...nothin' will!

As you can imagine, two cans stacked on top of one another are pretty high so you will probably need to buy a bed raiser as is pictured above.

If you like this post, you'd also like Under the Bed for Soup Cans as well.

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Thursday, November 3, 2011

November Sales Price Lists

Here are the prices you will get when shopping at my website.


Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Announcing Hot New Products and Steaming November Sales

Smoking Deals running all November long!

To learn more about this Q Club Special or if you're wondering what the Q is visit these links for more details.


November Q Club Member Special

The THRIVE food special for this month is something I use alot.  I didn't used to be someone who liked cornbread, but after having some from Shelf Reliance, I was in love.  Cornbread, Cornmeal pancakes, Pizza crust seasoning....I love it in everything I've tried so far.

To add cornmeal onto your current Q or to become a Q Club member click here.

Want to join the Q but don't feel like you have the time to set it up?  Send me an email with your preferred email, name, number of family members you are preparing for, genders and preferred supply amount (6 months, 1 year) and I'd be more than happy to set one up for you.

If you liked this post, you might also like 10 Benefits of Being on the Q and Thrive Q Videos.

To learn more about the current sale starting tomorrow, you can go directly to my discount website or you can view the hot new products being announced.