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Freeze Dried Fruit Bulk Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Freeze Dried Fruit Bulk.

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Simple Ways to Preserve Fruits and Vegetables

Summer is the season for fresh produce—from your garden, the local farmers market, or nearby farms. It can be so tempting to buy in bulk—after all, you've waited all year for the perfect strawberry or tomato—and when you grow yo...  Read more

Practical Cooking Tips for Singles

Living alone is not without benefits—peace and quiet whenever you need it, undisturbed organization and order (or guilt-free sloppiness), and room to stretch out and relax. But some things are just more fun when you have someone to share them w...  Read more

Eating Healthy on a Budget

When you’re on a tight budget, the thought of preparing tasty, healthy meals on a regular basis can seem daunting. Not only is it easy to get sucked in by grocery merchandising tricks, but it’s also normal for most of us to fall into...  Read more

Think You're Too Busy to Eat Healthy?

Whether you're overworked or just plain overstressed, time is valuable to all of us. When making a lifestyle change, it can easily seem overwhelming to include new habits like exercise and healthy eating into your jam-packed days. Between everyth...  Read more

Smart Shopping Tips for Small Households

Ever notice how the grocery shopping experience seems specifically designed to entice us to buy more? With all of the family-size packaging, buy-one-get-one sales and better deals for bigger quantities, food shopping can be particularly challenging f...  Read more

Bulk. Cooking to freeze
Updated 8/23/2014 10:14:18 AM

I just joined this site this morning & I have to say compared to the other sites I've tried this seems to give me what I needed, a way to track what I eat & see what I am really doing without trying to convert me to foods I " should" eat. I've found...  Read more

Frozen fish sticks along w/ other processed foods
Updated 8/25/2014 7:12:10 PM

After eating healthy for a while now, I have a taste for healthier foods, and the processed stuff doesn't appeal to me as much. But I just had some frozen fish sticks and now my stomach hurts, not only because of what's in the actually food, but even...  Read more

Sugar from sweets VS sugar from fruit
Updated 8/13/2014 7:55:17 AM

I know this topic has been brought up before, and I know sugar from fruit is a better option than sugar from baked goods and sweets, etc. I have a scenario for you all that I'm kind of cuirous about. Last night, I ate some pumpkin roll. It was f...  Read more

Veggies vs. Fruits
Updated 8/17/2014 3:10:08 AM

I read in an earlier post today that fruits turn into sugars and you shouldnt eat too much of them per day. Is there a limit of fruit intake one should have? What about Veggies? I love veggies, there is so much you can do with them, do you need to...  Read more

Fruit Calories?
Updated 8/6/2014 11:04:39 AM

Hey! Okay I'm not sure if I am supposed to count fruit calories or not, my mom says since my calorie goal is kinda low I shouldn't count them. My calorie limit is 1000-1200 calories. Any Advice is greatly appreciated!...  Read more

Funky Monkey Freeze-Dried Fruit

Excellent flavor. Great snack.At $2 a bag, it's a bit pricey but it's great to keep in the car to prevent a trip to the drive-thru.A 1oz bag of BananaMon (banana cinnamon) is 110 cals and provides 3* servings of fruit with only 2mg sodium. It's fruit...  Read more

saving money

I buy in bulk. Put in zip locks and freeze....  Read more

Walk Away The Pounds

This is an AMAZING team of men and women. We are like a fruit basket with many differences and likes. Come join us!...  Read more

12 Ways to Make Any Dinner Healthier

Rethink your shopping list with these tips for dishing up a nourishing meal.Problem #1: "Healthy foods are too pricey."Cut back on organic. Just buy it for foods on the newly extended "Dirty Dozen" list—produce with the...  Read more

Recession Eating: How You Could Save $180 a Month in Groceries

According to the U.S. Food Cost Average Report for October 2008, a family of four with two elementary age children can cut about $180 per month from their grocery bill simply by adopting some lower cost shopping habits.Over the last few weeks we have...  Read more