July Savings: Rewards on Earth Balance, Gardein, Udi’s and more!

Hello everyone,

Happy July! I hope the holiday treated you well. I’ve scoured the internet for the best deals and I found a new cash back update on a variety of vegan-friendly brands.

Right now you get a code for a $7.00 virtual prepaid MasterCard when you purchase any (3) Glutino, Udi’s, Earth Balance, Gardein, or Evol on a single receipt and e-mail a picture to boulder@uploadreceipt.com. The best part – you can submit three receipts from now through September 30, 2017. That’s $21 cash back!

Be sure to checkout my full savings round up below! Cheers & happy shopping!

Jocelyn

PS – As always, in case you missed them, check out my top ways to save and other recent savings posts.

* Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. As always, all opinions are my own!

 

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Summer Gardening: Easier than you think!

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Ah, progress. There is no better feeling than making progress on a project that takes your time, energy and true dedication. In February, I planted 100 little seedlings. I didn’t think there was any chance that anything would come of them—I don’t have a very green thumb. Summer gardening has never been my forté.

But I was wrong. Very wrong. Two heating pads, many sprinklings of warm water, and few months later, and my basement and yard are filled with baby plants! I did learn one lesson. Don’t plant too early! I sowed some seeds a few weeks prematurely so I had to pot my squash/ zucchini outside before my garden beds were ready. Otherwise, everything is going according to schedule (or at least so says my coworker and the Farmers Almanac). 

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May Savings: Field Roast, Gardein, Kite Hill, and more!

Hello everyone,

Who’s ready for weekend shopping and May savings? I scoured the internet and compiled the newest high value savings and rare rebates on vegan-friendly items below.

There are some amazing deals rights now—with coupons from Gardein, Field Roast, and even, Kite Hill! Plus, rebate savings on items from Morningstar Farms and Earth Balance.

Happy shopping & eating!

Jocelyn

PS – As always, in case you missed them, check out my top ways to save and other recent savings posts.

* Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. As always, all opinions are my own!

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Flash Alert! Coupons.com $1.00/1 Gardein Coupon Through 7/30

Hello everyone,

Flash Alert: There is a rare Gardein coupon for $1.00/ off any one Gardein product on coupons.com. The coupon is valid through 7/30/2017 and can be printed twice per computer.

A full May savings round up will be posted soon! What are you waiting for? Go pick up some faux chick’n fingers or turk’y cutlets!

Cheers & happy shopping!

Jocelyn

* Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. As always, all opinions are my own!

How to Use Garlic Scapes

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First HomeI bought my first home last summer. It just so happens that the folks who owned the home before me were avid gardeners so I inherited three raised garden beds. One day I got the bright idea to dive right into gardening. No, “let’s take it easy this year.” No, “let’s just start with tomato plants.” No. I went from zero to sixty.

I hopped online and purchased heirloom organic vegetable seeds, seed starter kits, heat mats, shelving, lights, and created a full on grow area in my basement. It looks like I am a doomsday prepper. Surprisingly, most of my seedlings are doing fairly well, and I’m not entirely overwhelmed yet. But I can feel it coming.

One of the easier things I’ve started to grow indoors is garlic. I simply purchased organic garlic and split the large bulb into pieces. Then I planted the individual garlic cloves point up in 6″ of soil, watered it, and covered the containers in plastic wrap. Who knew it could be so easy to grow? Continue reading “How to Use Garlic Scapes”