Rudi’s Gluten Free Bread for $2.99: There is a new high-value $2/1 Rudi’s Gluten Free coupon on Facebook. You can get these loaves for $4.99 at Whole Foods, so stock up on them for only $2.99 per loaf. I stick extras in the freezer and they keep just fine. Does anyone else have a store scenario to share for using these coupons?
Free Mineral Makeup Samples: If you’ve been wanting to try mineral makeup, this is a good way to do it. Everyday Minerals has changed their samples so that you now get 7 samples to try (used to only be 5). This lets you try different types and shades of foundation to see how you like it. You pay $0.01 and my shipping came to $2.70. If you want to try some other items (I wear their shimmer eyeshadow almost every day), use the coupon code “bb5” until January 15, 2013 to take 20% off your entire order (including sale items).
Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $1/1 CleanWell (Facebook offer), $0.50/1 Oikos Greek Yogurt (and other Stonyfield coupons), $2/1 POM Wonderful 48 oz., $0.85/1 Truvia Sweetener, $0.75/2 Larabar or Jocolat, $0.55/1 So Delicious Dairy Free Product, $1/1 Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Stevia, $1.50/2 Mary’s Gone Crackers, $1/1 Biokleen Soy Blends Cleaner, $3/2 Kiss My Face Full Size Hair Product, $1/2 Food for Life products, $1/1 Arrowhead Mills Baking Product, $0.50/1 Plum Organic Baby or Tot Pouch (Facebook offer), $0.75/1 Earthbound Farms Dippin’ Doubles.
Free Bread Baking eBook: The ebook How to Make Homemade Bread is currently $0.00 for Amazon Kindle (if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download a free Kindle app for your iPad or computer). Note that Amazon prices can change at any time.
$15 Free Credit Towards Organic Bamboo Kitchenware: If you’ve never signed up for One King’s Lane before, you’ll get an automatic $15 credit applied to your account. You can use this towards their current sale on Core Bamboo kitchen essentials, all made with organic bamboo. The sale prices are already quite low, and I was especially impressed by the serving and entertainment dishes towards the bottom. You have to make a purchase of $30 to use your $15 credit, but you should be able to get a couple of very nice items for the $15 you’ll spend. (Thanks, Organic Cents!)
Coconut Flour $4.79/lb and Almond Flour $6.85/lb: Azure Standard Co-op is definitely one of the ways that I feed our family natural and organic foods on budget (Crystal shops here as well). Take the time to see if they have a delivery point near your home- it’s well worth it! Right now you can get an extra 15% off already excellent prices (they totally beat Amazon) on Bob’s Red Mill Almond Meal Flour, Coconut Flour, Organic Flax Meal, and Muesli, and 10% off the 25 lb bag of Scottish Oats.
Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes. She writes at Keeper of the Home, runs a music school that teaches guitar lessons in Surrey with her husband, and has written 3 books to help families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed, without going broke, and with simple meal planning.