See our Shamrock favorite!
There’s some warmer weather headed our way. I love the green of spring. The world is just so “alive”. Don’t miss our “spring green” sweet options: Green & Gold Peanut Butter Cups and Shamrock Shapes.
I’ve heard you say you need to drink more water. Feel more “alive” and make water taste better by adding citrus Essential Oils. For less than 10¢ a drop, it’s an inexpensive way to get great results!
5+ Reasons to Drink Water with Essential Oils
Lime: also helps with apathy
Lemon: adds energy & focus
Wild Orange: gives sleep & stress support
Grapefruit: great for appetite suppressant and healthy weight
How To: Add 1-2 drops to water morning and evening and as needed. Use stainless steel or glass containers (details below).
My personal favorite is Lemon to help with focus & energy. Dale’s is Wild Orange. It smells amazing! What is your favorite citrus essential oil?
For more “spring green” food, try these Green Bean Chips below.
LATEST & GREATEST: SHAMROCK SPRINKLES
Great for cupcakes, cookies and mashed potatoes. Yep! One grandma says sprinkles work for picky eaters.
LATEST & GREATEST: HORSERADISH CHEESE
This popular cheese is now available in the deli, by the pound.
Glass & Stainless Steel Water bottles
3 choices, $19.99 each, many color options
Stainless steel: to keep things hot or cold
Glasstic: glass inside and plastic outside (perfect for kids and all dishwasher safe) Traditional glass bottle: an attractive silicon protective sleeve.
Delicious Deli Deals
This sale runs for 2 weeks – until March 10th
Pickle Loaf – NEW!
normally $5.89 – now $4.89
normally $5.49 – now $4.49
normally $6.59 – now $5.59
Green Bean Snack Chips
10 minutes prep + 8-12 hours to dehydrate|10 servings
Veggie chips are amazingly tasty, but also pricey. These aren’t that pretty, but they taste amazing. If they aren’t crispy, they need to dry longer. If you don’t have a dehydrator, they are worth the investment to make beef jerky, fruit roll-ups, dried fruit and more. You can also borrow one from a friend.
- 5 pounds green beans (organic preferred)
- 1/3 cup oil (melted coconut oil preferred)*
- 4 tsp salt
- 1/4 cup nutritional yeast* **
- Place green beans in a large bowl. If using frozen green beans, simply allow them to thaw in a bowl (optional – see notes below). If using fresh beans, you will need to blanch them first.
- Pour oil on top of beans. If using coconut oil, melt the oil first and work fast as the oils solidifies quickly if your room or beans are cold.
- Sprinkle seasonings on top of coated beans and stir well.
- Dry in dehydrator until crisp dry. This takes approximately 10 – 12 hours at 125 degrees, or 8 hours at 135 degrees, but occasionally longer. You could also bake in a low temperature oven.
- Store in an airtight container.
**If you don’t like or don’t use nutritional yeast, use 1 tsp each garlic powder and onion powder.