And it is time for the final giveaway of the month! We’ve had two other fun giveaways: a Big Berkey, and a Kelly Kettle. But your chances of winning one of them were low since they were sponsored by nearly 30 different bloggers.
This week’s giveaway will be different. I am providing the prize myself and I am only offering here on this blog for my readers and followers. Someone who follows this blog will be the winner! I want you to know how grateful I am for your support. I appreciate every comment, every supportive email, and of course every purchase that helps to support my family financially. But even if you don’t comment, email, or purchase, I still appreciate you – the fact that people visit this site and hopefully benefit from what they find here makes me happy. It is fun to see my readership growing and more people visiting. Welcome to all who are new!
I asked a while back on facebook what you would like me to give away and the Kitchen Mill Grain Grinder won by ONE vote. The sun oven came in 2nd place, so I’ll keep that in mind for my next giveaway! But this week, you have a chance to win a Grain Grinder!
The Kitchen Mill™ is the result of thousands of hours of research and years of constant testing. The Kitchen Mill™ is compact, powerful, and built to last. This machine allows you to mill different kinds of grains like whole wheat, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, millet, corn, soybeans, barley, triticale and others.
This Kitchen Mill Grain Grinder Giveaway is open to any resident who is 18 years of age or older who lives in one of the 48 US Contiguous States. This giveaway starts on Monday, Sept. 22nd at 6:00 am (MDT) and ends on Tuesday, Sept. 30th at 7:00 pm (MDT). The winner will be notified by email Tuesday evening and will have 24 hours to respond. If I do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours I will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Make sure to check your SPAM email folders. Good luck!
I enjoy seeing food storage recipes. We have a tendency to only have our favorites and that can get dull after a while.
Then, I’ll keep them coming Karin!
I would love to see a future post on powerless cooking – mostly WHAT to cook. So many of our powerless options are basically a grill or a cooktop – what do we do cook without an oven if it was for a long period of time? (Clearly I just need a Sun Oven, but that isn’t happening any time soon….)
I really need to work on this myself Rebekah! This should be good motivation!
I just found this site. I watch you on youtube. Love your site and I would love this grain mill. I will be buying Hard White Wheat soon. I just subscribed to this feed today. Thank you for the time that you give to all of us.
In the future, I would love to see a post on incorporating my food storage into my everyday cooking. I’ve tried making lists, purchasing food for a set amount of time, and making meals from what I have, but it’s tricky trying to use some of my year supply.
THIS is my favorite post of all time 🙂 I’ve commented before about the kitchen mill grain grinder and I am dying to get my hands on one for my family!
You have so many informative posts…but if I must pick one it would have to be your food storage recipe posts.
Good to know! They don’t always get a lot of comments, so I’m happy to hear they are useful!
I like your Family Evacuation Plan. It’s overwhelming trying to think of everything and your article helps me think of things I would otherwise forget. Thanks for sharing with us.
You are welcome Janet!
I’d love to see more on off grid cooking and the different methods.
I love so many of your posts it’s hard to come up with a favorite. I think any of the food storage recipe posts. It’s hard for me to think of how to use my food storage and those recipes are a godsend. Thanks for all you do for us.
Yay! So good to hear that many of you like them. Yay!
I really like your down-to-earth, friendly approach to being prepared. It’s much more optimistic than some I have read! 🙂
Thank you Christy! That is kind!
What I enjoy the most are the recipes.
Something I would like to see in the future (if you haven’t already done so) is more information on if/how you can roast the Thrive veggies in the oven.
Never tried it. I’ll have to give it a shot!
would love some more food storage recipes and preparedness posts thanks
I liked the post “The Best Food for Your 72 Hour Kit” great info in there and thanks for the giveaway!
I love learning about the many things on your blog. I would love to learn how to store oils and which ones are best. Thank you for sharing so many awesome things!
I’m always looking for creative ways to discreetly store and manage my pantry supplies, so I’d love to see future posts on that topic. Thank you!
I’ve got one planned Leigh!
Thanks for sponsoring the giveaway! My favorite series of posts was the 26-week plan to build your 3-day kit. I followed that one for a couple of years and kept gleaning new information from everyone’s comments.
My favorite post is you emergency binder post, it’s the one that first brought me to your page!
Hi, I’m very new to your blog, but am enjoying all that I’ve learned so far! 🙂 Thank you for offering us a chance to win such a great giveaway! 🙂
maybe in future some tips for shelling and preserving sunflower seeds, making nut butter and other healthy snacks from sunflower nuts?
Y FAVORITE WAS THE COMPARISON BETWEEN POWERLESS WASHING METHODS
Future blog posts…. maybe one on storing personal care products….no one seems to agree on how much to store of basic things like shampoo, soap,, deoderant, etc.
I have really enjoyed your recipes for using food storage items. I have talked to many people who don’t know how to use what they have stored. Thank you for your blog!!
Thanks for sharing Shannon!
This looks like a great mill. Thank you for the chance to win it!!
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