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Y’all know we like our cultured vegetables around here. Sauerkraut, kimchi, dill pickles, squash pickles, salsa – I don’t think I’ve met a cultured vegetable I didn’t like. And they all seem to like me back.
So when Wise Choice Market asked if I’d like to give away some cultured vegetables to you fine people I couldn’t think of a single reason why not. They’ve got all kinds of cool stuff on their site – everything from bone broths to cultured vegetables to sprouted breads.
This giveaway is not available to those who live in Hawaii, Alaska, or outside of the U.S. Sorry.
Today they’re giving away a sample pack of various cultured vegetables to one Nourishing Day’s reader. This pack includes:
7 vacuum packs – one 14 oz. pack of Sauerkraut, one 7 oz. pack each of Grated Beets, Grated Carrots, Sliced Carrots, Red Cabbage, Daikon Radish with Ginger, and Black Radish.
You simply sign up for their mailing list through the link below and you’ll be entered to win. Once a winner is picked, anyone who enters will also be given a 10% discount code for any order over $50 through December 31.
This giveaway will close at midnight on December 7th.
So, what are you waiting for?
- 15 chapters chocked full of budget-cutting resources
- 50 pages of simple steps you can take to cut your bill by at least 25% within a month
- What you can do to drop your bill by at least 15% in the next week
- Resources, ideas, tips, hacks, and strategies all in one easy-to-access place and instantly downloadable
my (grain-free) cookbook
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