Check Out Our Sweet Dips and More Magnesium Tips

Amazing Smells From Your Slow Cooker

Last Basic Essential Oil Class (May 3rd) until September
After I finished writing about Magnesium last week, I remembered a few other ways it can be beneficial. This will be especially helpful if you are a pregnant or nursing momma.


This is something new I just learned, if you have a cranky baby, it could be mom is low in magnesium. If you feel sick in the morning when you’re pregnant (especially in the first few months), more magnesium could be the answer.
If you can’t go to sleep, stay asleep or wake up early, try more magnesium. It works for me! Often your sleep is a result of stress. And magnesium helps the body handle stress.


Another perk to magnesium is using it for PMS symptoms. Your body is going through a lot of stress during that time. Extra magnesium can help give you more energy, better sleep, and soothe achey muscles.

The last way has to do with your bowels. Maybe that’s an uncomfortable topic for you. You don’t need to share, but know that magnesium helps you go. So if you are stopped, try magnesium. Remember too much will cause diarrhea.


We still have magnesium samples for you – stop by and try it yourself!


Something else you should try for yourself is our Sweet Dips. If you’re looking for Tastes of Spring and Summer, these are going to be great! Lemon, Key Lime, Blueberry, Vanilla Bean, and Peach. There’s also Mocha, Peanut Butter and Caramel Apple!

Delicious Deli Deals

This sale runs for two weeks – until May 1st

Oven Roasted Chicken – normally $6.99 – now $5.99

Habanero Jalapeño – normally $8.69 – now $7.69
Farmer’s Cheese – normally $5.39 – now $4.39

Apple Butter Pulled Pork – Slow Cooker

Serves 2   Ready in 7 hours, 20 minutes
This is amazingly fast, easy and delicious.
* Ingredients available at The Country Cupboard
  1. Start by adding your marinade ingredients into a blender and blending well until it resembles creamy apple butter.
  2. Place your pork into a mixing bowl and rub with coconut oil and then your marinade. Cover and place in the fridge overnight.
  3. The next morning move your pork from the bowl into your slow cooker and pour over any juices that are left behind. Season with salt, pepper, thyme and rosemary. Place on low for 7 hours or until the meat is breaking away and resembles pulled pork.
  4. Serve with warm crusty bread and a glass of apple cider.

A Peek in the Pantry

Classes at The Country Cupboard
Digest good information and good food. You must preregister. Stop in, email or call to sign up. Space is limited.
*Using Essential Oils for Natural Solutions (Basic Class)
A fun, free class to learn what oils are, how they work and experience them for yourself. You must register in advance for this class.
Thursday, May 3rd, 6:30-8pm 

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