May Bulk Orders

(This is a sneak peek- bulk order on solar things still to come)


Wow Ladies,

I have spent many, many hours finding the best prices for sprouts that I have EVER seen. (For certified organic sprouts- I found some cheaper from farmer Jo’s backyard, but figured they wouldn’t be the best bet.)

After our sprouting class, we decided that we would offer 4 types of seeds just to keep it simple. We have HUGE minimums to get them at these prices, so please, offer this to your families, friends and wards. I will keep this sale going through May 17th. Our price is in green. (Prices do not include tax, and will have a S&H fee because I get to weigh and bag them all. 🙂 )

  • Alaskan Green Pea (200 lb. min.)

Wholesale $1.65 a pound, Retail: $5.86 a pound

These peas when spouted, taste like fresh peas in a pod! Can you imagine having these in the winter months when there isn’t any other fresh produce? Yummy! They take about 2-3 days to sprout. Delicious on salads or even as a snack! If you aren’t a sprouter, these peas will make you want to be!


  • Black Oil Sunflower (200 lb. min.)

Wholesale: $3.25, Retail: $6.84

These are black-shelled sunflower seeds and must be sprouted in dirt. Not only are they tasty, but beautiful to watch growing in your kitchen. They are VERY expensive to buy sprouted, and just pennies to sprout yourself. Good on salads, soups, wraps and as a snack. Yummy!


  • Chia- with (50 lb. minimum)

Wholesale $5.00 a pound, Retail: $12.00-$36.00 a pound!!!!

These seeds are #6 on Rebecca Lee’s list of things she couldn’t do without. She calls them “Mother Earth’s Most Powerful Super-Grain” because they are perfectly loaded with Omega-3, 6, and 9 fatty acids. (Brain food). The chia seed is also able to hold 12 times it’s weight in water and is great for endurance, muscle and tissue building. It can be used in smoothies, cereal, salads etc. Eaten whole and raw, 1 Tablespoon can sustain an average person for up to 8 days!!!!  (Read  Rebecca Lee’s information regarding the chia seed. It is worth reading.)


  • Mixture of yummy sprouts in a 5-gallon bucket (no minimum)

(Adzuki, Mung, Lentils, Pea, Tricale, Wheat and Fenugreek all in diatomaceous earth.)

Wholesale $100.00, Retail $150.00.

This is a different mixture than the bucket I sold last year, as well as from a different supplier. It has more variety of seeds inside. I think that this is a child friendly mixture because it has some bigger seeds. (My little kids like finger food.)  Great in stir fry, on salads, sandwiches or as a salad itself. Really yummy! (A 5 gallon bucket of seeds is a 1 person, 1-year supply.)

The shelf life on any seeds (sprouting or garden seeds included) depends on where they are stored and what the conditions are there. As with all seeds, they are alive and need oxygen to stay that way. In a cool dark place, they can last up to 30 years, although hopefully you will sprout and rotate your seeds. You can live off of sprouts just like Daniel did in the bible and maintain good health and stamina.


If you are interested in ordering, please e-mail  your order to  I will e-mail back your total, then you can mail or bring me your money. All money must be received before I will place your order.

Olive Oil- An Ancient & Modern Day Treasure

Hi Everyone,

Last May, my husband and I were touring the small Renaissance city at the tip of Italy’s boot called Palermo. To me, it was a place of mystery because it was lined with watchtowers all along its coasts to watch out for pirates! It was a fantasy just to be there. In the city center of Palermo there was a washing station where the women would come to wash their clothes using an underground spring. It naturally filtered itself into several different stations carved into the rock by the water and the scrubbing women me thinks. It was fascinating to visualize how the women gathered together (like women at the well) to socialize while working.

Also in the heart of the city was a bank. Our tour guide went to great lengths to talk about the vaults in this bank. They were about 3 feet deep, cylinder in fashion, and you could see how a long vase or something similar would go inside. Only the up most rich could place their treasures there. Knowing that this was a pirate port city, my mind raced to wonder what thier treasures were. We were told that money could not buy what was stored here, but it was used to trade and barter with. We were told that during the hardest times in their history, this was the busiest place in town.

What was this bank used for? You guess it my friends; it was a bank full of vaults for olive oil! Knowing what I know about olive oil, it is indeed gold, and wise are the persons that invest in its value. I am not really trying to sell you oil, but hopefully to instill in you the need to get some on your shelves, and hopefully some that will last a long time.

Years ago, I went to Egypt and invested a lot of money in “Pure perfumes” that were sold in those beautiful “I dream of Genie” bottles that every girl must have! The bottles themselves were of made of the most delicate glass and painted to match their girlish figures. The stopper at the top was precious, and elaborate as well. I bought the most beautiful smelling perfumes available for my mother, 5 sisters and myself. Perfumes called, “Jasmine, Nephritides, Isis” and others with mystical names. I had truly bought a gift no one else could duplicate! I was right about that- just 9 months later when I returned home with my priceless treasures, low and behold, my amazing perfumes smelled like a skunk reunion on the freeway!!!! Absolutely disgusting- to put it mildly. All because of a cheep carrier oil! I had to sit and cry for a while, my gifts were spoiled, and my sisters and mother were so disappointed!

My point in sharing these great and sad memories with you, is to remind you to not be deceived by oils sold cheaper at Costco or otherwise. When you don’t know the history of the oil, you also don’t know what pressing it came, or what kind of olive it was pressed from. If you do your homework, you will find that you should buy olive oil with the following criteria: first, cold pressed and, extra virgin olive oil, if you want it not to go rancid and have a good flavor. There are more details, but this is enough to get you started on your studies. I personally, am purchasing oil like the one I am selling now for those reasons alone, in addition; because I have checked other sites on-line and am selling this oil for $5.00 cheaper than they are.

I hope that you can take advantage at this time to put at least one gallon on your shelves for long-term storage. Buy the cheaper stuff for short term, but gradually add to the long-term storage supply if you can. 

I believe in learning from the past, and have never been so impressed in investing in good, unadulterated oil since my trip to Palermo. Just a thought sisters that I thought I would share with you.

Best regards,

April 🙂

If you are interested in olive oil, just click the link below. Scroll down until you get to olive oil for more details. I will take orders until the 17th of April.

Herbology Invitation

Hi Ladies, 

If you are interested in learning about herbology, now is the time. The accredited School of Natural Medicine is offering their family herbalist course for $100.00 now until the 15th of April. This is the course that I paid $499.98 for 8 years ago. It is on special right now to celebrate Dr. Christophers birthday. (100 years I believe.) This is an introductory course and and is a pre-requisite for the Master Herbalist, Reflexology, Iridology, and Aromatherapy programs that you can take later if you wish.

There are several of us friends who are interested in doing this, and are going to get together to study and share while we learn.  You are welcome to join us.

On my website,,  if you follow down the right hand side of the page until you see “partners”, there is the “School of Natural Medicine” logo. You can click on that, and it will take you right were you need to go for more information and to sign up.

I have heard rumor that soon we will not be able to buy herbs anymore if we are not Master Herbalists from an accredited school. Although this might really be a rumor, it wouldn’t surprise me if it came to pass the way things are changing so quickly in our world. It will take some time to become a Master Herbalist, so I think that I will get started now and wanted you invite you to come and learn with a group of friends.

Check it out and let me know if you are interested.

April 🙂




 The sprout class today was UNBELIEVABLE! Thank you Jana Kay, Linda and Cherise for sharing your talents and enthusiasm! I can’t wait to get some potting soil and more seeds! As soon as I find the best buys for bulk sprouts, I will send it out to you.

For those of you who ordered Neem last month, none of you gave me amounts to purchase. Please check out to look at quantities then e-mail me back your order- especially if your name is listed below.
Joan Breedlove

Janeane Sevy

Cheryl Weight

Kim Sowa

Tracie Whitlock

David Atkinson

Lily Simpson

  • Olive Oil orders will be accepted through the 17th of April.
  • Shirley J through the 30th.
  • Moon Cup and Keeper until we reach the minimum order.
  • I have about 13 extra “Cookin’ with Food Storage” if anyone is interested.
  • I will take orders until 12:00 noon on Friday for the Pasta and Fels-Naptha. Then we are finished with those 2 items. Check out the attachments for your totals, and please bring your checks by, or mail them to me.
  • The “Bee Prepared” cookbook is here, ready  to be picked up.
  • All Nuclear kits are also ready to go to your homes. 

That’s all for now friends,

Have a great Easter week-end.

April 🙂

Neem Bulk Order


Hi ladies,

Just a reminder about our sprouting class this Thursday at 10:00am April’s House.We will be learning all of the ins-and-outs of sprouting including dirt sprouting. If you have any recipes or testers of your own to bring and share, please do, I welcome any and all good information that each of you has to offer. The sharing that we do is what makes these classes so much fun. We will also do some group buys for sprouts, and sprouters.


For those who are interested in Neem or Karanja oil and cake, the bulk prices are listed below. The applications for both of these organic products are endless. If you haven’t already, check out at to read all about it. It is amazing stuff that is well worth the price and lasts a very, very long time. It is good for bug/spider control, fertilizer etc. We use about 1 -2 oz. for our entire orchard and yard last year as well as this year. Shipping will be added later.


The following prices are based on the hope that we can get a minimum of 12 bottles. Otherwise, we only get a 10% discount.


Neem Oil 8 oz.               reg. $12.00             bulk price  $9.00

                32 oz.                reg. $36.00             bulk price $28.00

                1 gallon            reg. $75.00             bulk price $65.00

Karanja Oil 8 oz.            reg. $11.00             bulk price  $8.00

                  32 oz.               reg. $33.00             bulk price $26.50

                  1 gallon            reg. $68.00             bulk price $58.00

The Karanja cake and Neem cake is what you can use as fertilizer in your garden. It aerates,  nourishes, slowly releases nitrogen, promotes plant growth and resistance improves soil quality and is 100% organic!


The following prices are based on the hope that we can get a minimum of 10. Otherwise, the price is the same as on line- $38.00 and $29.00 for the Karanja.


Neem Cake            44 #’s  $33.00            (1 # covers 100 to 160 sq. feet)

Karanja Cake       44 #’s  $24.00.           (1 # covers 100 to 160 sq. feet)


Obviously, depending on your garden size, this could be a 2 or more year supply and is well worth the money! 


Thanks y’all           

April 🙂

April’s Group Buys (The month)

Helloo everyone,

The group buys for the month of April are as follows:


Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Shirley J Sauces, Pasta (Last day to order is April 10th-  firm), The Moon cup or the Keeper, Neem Oil, Sprouts and Sprouters.

(Prices on Neem and the Sprout items are yet to come.)



(Will take orders through the 17th of April.)


I found this great source for olive oil- first cold pressed extra virgin olive oil in a one gallon
tin to a pallet full of 300 gallons.

The price per gallon is $20.00 which is $121.00 per 6 gallon case. I 
haven’t been able to find a better price for this oil anywhere. 
The recommended shelf life of this oil in tins is about 2 years, but I have kept olive oil for 7 – 10 years and found it in great
shape for use.

The enemies to olive oil are heat, light, and air. So
if you keep the tins (which block out the light) in a cool place, the
shelf life should be quite good. The tins come with a screw on spout, so you can empty some into a smaller container and close up the gallon for later use. We do that with our oil. We have a refillable easy pour container that we refill from our gallon tins and use that for convenience. 

The olive oil is cold pressed (first press) extra virgin olive oil – and comes from either Italy or Greece (it varies) from the largest importer of extra virgin olive oil in the US. We get it in resealable one-gallon tins to help keep out light – olive oil lasts longer if it is cold and dark and not exposed to air.



 If you have tasted the soups and sauces at the temple cafeteria, you will know that this is REALLY good stuff. I have personally used all listed below for almost 10 years and highly recommend it because of its versatility. We use and love them all! Honestly, these sauces make anything that you use it for taste gourmet’.


If you want to know recipes in “How to use” this awesome product visit

 Our sale prices are highlighted in red.

Positively the most versatile, economical item in the kitchen, our add water mix blends perfectly with no lumps and in only minutes will give you a perfect silky, seasoned sauce for use in countless soups, sauces, casseroles and gravies. Cream sauce is one of the most widely used of all sauces and is the base for literally thousands of recipe applications.

Cream Soup, Sauce and Gravy mix 

 (If I could, I would buy 2- 23 lb. buckets!)

#10 can 6/case     ($17.79/can) $91.49 ($15.25 case savings)                       

($19.55/can) $99.99 – Retail

23 lb. bucket     $87.99                                               

$99.50 – Retail

White Cheddar Soup and Sauce Base*

Makes a creamy cheese base for Broccoli Cheese Soup, Wisconsin Cheese Soup, etc; or a delightful cheese sauce for veggies!

#10 can 6/case    ($18.99 / can) $97.99 ($15.95 case savings)                     

 ($19.55 / can) $99.00 – Retail

All Purpose Seasoning

(This is like Lipton onion mix but concentrated.)

A rich full bodied seasoning similar to the dry onion soup mixes found in grocery stores, with the added benefit that ours is more concentrated and less expensive. This is a great seasoning for roasted meats, Chicken, Sauces and casseroles

1 lb can 6 cans/case   ($6.99/ can) $34.99 ($6.95 case savings)                       

 ($7.75/ can) $36.25 – Retail


Natural Dough Enhancer

A Shirley J original! Created for our name sake to improve the quality of her homemade wheat bread, some 29 years ago. This product was then and is now the industry standard and when used in any bread recipe will refine the texture, reduce crumbing and strengthen the gluten structure.


20 oz. can 6/case     ($6.99/ can) $34.99 ($6.95 case savings)                        

($7.75/ can) $36.25 – Retail

Pizza Pasta Seasoning

This easy to use spice blend is the best kept secret around. Just add to canned tomato sauce, tomato paste or crushed tomatoes to make the best pizza sauce ever. It also makes a great sauce for lasagna, chicken parmesan or pasta dishes.

1 lb can 6 cans/case     ($6.99 / can) $34.99 ($6.95 case savings)                   

 ($7.75/ can) $36.25 – Retail

Beef or Chicken Bouillon

(These are concentrated, so you get at least 3 times the amount in the same small container.)

Available in either chicken or beef favor, our version of this kitchen necessity has a deeper flavor and a lower salt content that most, giving your recipes a flavor that is richer in meat flavor and less salty. You will use less and have better results.

30 oz. can 6/case       ($6.99 / can) $34.99 ($6.95 case savings)                     

($7.75/ can) $36.25 – Retail

Slow Cooker/Dutch Oven Seasoning

(Amazing! Makes all soups and stew thick and yummy! Your beans and family, will love this!)

When you add our special seasoning mix with a little water to your slow cooker or Dutch oven you have the perfect seasoning profile for whatever meat you are cooking. Available in Chicken, Beef, Pork or BBQ flavor.

20 oz. can 12/case      ($8.49 / can) $91.49 ($10.39 case savings)                  

($9.70/ can) $98.00 – Retail



For those of you that didn’t particularaly like the topic of “homemade sanitary pads”, here is something that might better appeal- or not. It is a silicone or latex menstrual cup that is quite easy to use and comfortable. Many have already used this product for several years and highly recommend it. Visit to hear and see how it works.


There are 2 types to choose from- “The keeper”, which is a natural man-made material from the gum rubber tree, called latex. The other is “The Moon cup”, man-made product- silicon. There has been some controversy about the latex and being allergic reactions to it, although they have proven that both latex and silicon are safe and tested. Cleaning is only 30 seconds in immersed in vinegar. EASY!

One lady already told me that she is ordering one for each of her daughters, daughters-in-law and herself. I think this would also be priceless in our 72-hour kits. To get this amazing price, we have a no-return policy, so make your choice wisely. They told me that they talk a lot of people through how to use it correctly, and then there are usually no more problems. (If you are hesitant concerning the return policy, we can include that, but it will up the price for everyone.)

The cup lasts for 10 years and is $ 35.00. Over 10 years, that’s .28 cents per month! 

Ladies, you can’t beat that!



 For those of you who came to the gardening class, here is the NEEM that we talked about. It is organic oil that comes from the Neem tree in India. You can use it to spray your tree, garden and even in your house for pest/rodent control and it really works. You can also use Neem cake as fertilizer in your garden soil. We used this product last year and it lived up to its word in every aspect. You use very small amounts of this concentrated oil. Last year we used 1 1/3 of a cup and made 50 gallons! We used it all summer and ended up throwing a lot of it away because we never had to reapply as we have had to with other products. It has a garlicie smell, which fades quickly, but I am sure that that is what makes it work so well. Say good-bye to squash beetles and more- this is amazing stuff! More info?

The prices are yet to come, will be wholesale- so cheaper than listed on their site.



TBA at sprout class on April 12th, 10:00 am.


P.S. I am still waiting for about 27 people to pay me for the cookbooks before I will order them. Please bring your money by. If I am not at home, place it under the doormat. Thanks, 🙂

Bulk Order Update

Hi everyone,

The bulk orders are still going on for the Bosh mixers, 3 cookbooks, nuclear kit, handwashers and pasta. There has been a great desire for fels-naptha, so I will place another order of that. Deadline is April 10th. Just e-mail me your specific orders and I will e-mail your amount back to you. If you want more specific info. on the things that we are ordering, just read on down further and get the information that you need.


If you are wondering “what’s the big deal about the Fels-naptha”, it is simple: a seriously cheap way to make your own healthy clothes detergent that isn’t full of chemicals and fillers. With 1 bar of soap, 1 c of washing soda and 1/2 c of borax, you can make 10 GALLONS of liquid/gel washing detergent that can last a really long time, or many loads of washing. That is AMAZING in itself! If you want other recipes for laundry detergents that are liquid, powder and softeners, go here for more info.


For those who ordered Fels-Naptha, Washing Soda or Borax a few weeks ago, I am on my way to pick it up. You can get it from me after 5:00 tonight, or tomorrow morning before 3:00 or again after 5:00 daily pm.


The Bulk Seed order has been placed, so please, if you haven’t already, get Rebekah your money ASAP.


Looking ahead to the month of April.


If you have any recipes that include sprouts, could you please share them with all of us? Just e-mail me your favorites, and I will send them out to our group before our sprouting class.


Here’s a peek into our bulk orders coming in April:


Sprouts and sprouters

Shirley J Sauces to go with your pasta, for soups, pizza etc., and some more surprises 🙂


Have a great day ladies!

April 🙂

Bulk Order on Pasta- due April 10th, 2009

Hi ladies,

My friend who we bought pasta from before, has located some more if you are interested. Because we bought to much last time, he is giving me/us a huge discount. I was impressed by his pasta last time, so I thought I would offer it to you again. Orders for the pasta will be taken until April 10th, 2009.

Please e-mail me your order, and I will respond with a final invoice when I know the price related to the pounds that we order. Today it is .75 cents per pound, and that can go down to .50 cents depending how many pounds we buy in bulk.

Orders will be placed when final invoice has been verified and payment options secured.

Product pick up will occur Thursday April 24th. If you remember, the pasta went fast last time, so place your order sooner than later for the pasta that tickles your fancy.

Feel free to offer this to your friends, family and wards, but remember to only give me one order for your group and the pick up will be at my home only.


Pasta available:

170 cases available – 20lb. case of 1 ½” Egg Rotini at $.75 a pound = $15.00 per case

850 cases available – 16.5lb. case of Salad Macaroni (12 bags) at $.75 a pound = $12.38 per case

115 cases available – 40lb. case of Plain Orzo at $.75 a pound = $30.00 per case

500 cases available – 25lb. case of Large Egg Bows at $.75 a pound = $18.75 per case.

330 cases available – 25lb. case of Rainbow Bowties at $.75 a pound = $18.75 per case

250 cases available – 30lb. case of Acini De Pepe at $.75 a pound = $22.50 per case

25 cases available – 30lb. case of Ditalini (Salad Macaroni) at $.75 a pound = $22.50 per case

53 cases available – 25lb. case of Stars $.75 a pound = $18.75 per case


Have a great day everyone! April 🙂

Group Buy on Seeds

Hi everyone,

Rebecca taught an amazing class yesterday on gardening, passed out catalogs and we are offering a bulk sale on garden seeds. There are some fantastic varieties at great prices. Have fun choosing which ones to buy. I want five of each!

Have a great day, April  🙂

P.S. Thanks Rebekah for a great class with a ton of important information. You inspired me completely. I am going to grow a row of sunflowers, so that I can try all the groovy stuff you talked about in your class. (Wouldn’t Mary Englebrite be so proud!) In the fall, I will post what I am talking about, on a later post about Sunflowers.



Hi everyone! I am trying to get the seed order finalized. If you didn’t get a chance to order at the class today, or if you didn’t make it to the class, here is some more info for you. I think a lot of people didn’t really understand what we are ordering- These are non hybrid seeds that you can store in your food storage or plant in your garden. You will be getting a lot of seeds- the amount will vary depending on how many people order, but in general it will be 5-10x the amount you would get in a packet from the store. There will be plenty to plant and to store.


The more people that order, the cheaper they will be. For example, the seeds that are most expensive right now is the corn- mostly because not many people ordered it. But the people who are getting it will get a lot of seeds. So if more people order, the price will drop, as will the number of seeds you get.


Here is a list of the current prices and how many seeds (approx.) you get for that price. As more people order the price will fluctuate, but it will only get better!


Please try to get me your order in by the end of Friday, and then we can get payments figured out and get these ordered next week. (So we can start planting!) Please send your order to Rebekah Griffin at We didn’t have enough demand for compost tumblers and rain barrels, but if you would like to order some pots, we could use more orders to get better prices. These are biodegradable pots for starting plants and can be directly planted into your garden to eliminate transplant shock.


  • 2″ pots $7 for 100
  • 3″pots $12 for 100
  • 4″ pots $12 for 50


OK, here are the seed prices.

  • Green Beans, bush .60/100 seeds
  • Green beans, pole 2.55/100 seeds
  • Dry Beans, white 1.50/80 seeds
  • Beets 2.50/120 seeds
  • Broccoli .93/500 seeds
  • Canteloupe 1.05/95 seeds
  • Carrots 1.00/1000 seeds
  • Corn, sweet 2.00/150 seeds
  • Corn, dry/field 2.53/220 seeds
  • Cucumber .68/355 seeds
  • Kale 1.38/100 seeds
  • Leeks 3.00/500 seeds
  • Lettuce 1.00/600 seeds
  • Onions 1.50/500 seeds
  • Peas .65/165 seeds
  • Green Peppers 1.00/77 seeds
  • Pie Pumpkins .75/25 seeds
  • Carving Pumpkins .75/25 seeds
  • Radishes .60/250 seeds
  • Spinach .70/830 seeds
  • Acorn squash .90/32 seeds
  • Butternut squash 1.00/57 seeds
  • Spaghetti squash 1.00/ 62 seeds
  • Zucchini 1.30/70 seeds
  • Yellow squash 1.22/110 seeds
  • Roma Tomatoes 1.23/147 seeds
  • Heirloom slicing tomato 1.58/147 seeds
  • Cherry yellow pear tomato .94/100 seeds
  • Turnips .60/7900 seeds
  • Watermelon 1.40/275 seeds
  • Parsley .85/6600 seeds
  • Basil .40/417 seeds
  • Thyme .75/3375 seeds
  • Mint 1.67/1250 seeds
  • Cilantro .68/1000


Thanks! Rebekah

March 15-31st Bulk Buys

Hello Sisters,

Quite a few things today- hold onto your hat:

Everyone who has ever purchased handwashers, honey, or a WonderMill, they are here at my house. 🙂  And, if you ordered Fels-Naptha, Washing Soda or Borax, they have not come in yet, but will hopefully, before Thursdays class! Then, you can come and get that, and attend the gardening class too!


More March Bulk Orders:

When things hit the fan, (whatever that means) there are 4 books that I will take with me. My scriptures, and all 3 of these books. Having lived on our garden and food storage for almost 1 year now, I can honestly tell you, that all of my cookbooks have been thrown out the window, (not really, just thrown out of the kitchen into the library) because they are really useless. I do not have the majority of ingredients to make anything and substituting ingredients with powdered or dehydrated something just makes a mess most of the time.

So, here are the top 3 cookbooks that I have PROVEN worthy of emergency, or long-term cooking in my case.


Prices do not include tax or shipping, but that will be minimal as always. E-mail me your order, and I will add it all up for you.

     1. Cookin’ with Home Storage—by Peggy Layton.  Regularly $16.95

I have used this cookbook when I can’t find what I am looking for in any other book- now I just look here first. I have been VERY pleased with everything I have tried, and love this book!!!! ******



10-29  books- $13.99

30-59 books- $10.99

60+ books- $9.99 

        2. Mix a Meal–retails for $14.95 

This book is all about fast food. If you remember from my earlier classes, there is no such thing as fast food when you have to soak beans over night, and then cook them for the next two.  This book is full of mixes from pancakes and cookies to ranch dressing to sloppy joes and many others. It is also a must!  *****


10-29 copies–13.99

30-74 copies-  $12.49

75+ copies– $10.99

     3. Bee Prepared Cook Book  $15.00

This is a “½ inch binder book” that is full of information that you might want to know about every grain, and how to use it. The recipes are also very good! *****

Many of you ordered this last year, and we have been adding to it ever since. I thought that I would offer it again for those that didn’t get it last year. As with all things since last year, the price has gone up too! All of the recipes that I will and have sent you from my classes can be added under their chapter headings. All you’ll have to do from there is contribute yourself, print them off, or get the ones we have done in the past from then and add them to your “Bee Prepared” cookbook. Wow! What a great idea! (I’m glad I thought of that!)


     4. Bosch  (Deadline March 31, 2009)

  • Universal Plus 800 Watt  Reg. $399.99

5-10 ordered  $350.00 without blender, plus tax


  • Classic 700 Watts Reg.  $389.99

5-10 ordered $325.00 without blender, plus tax


      5. 6th order of handwashers. (Can you believe it? You would think that we do a lot of laundry or something!) Price increase to $13.00- everything is going up now-a-days! 

     6. Nuclear Kit (Can save 20 peoples lives) Post sales are still $50.00 until March 31st.

Nuclear kit Contents:


Nuclear War Survival Skills ($20.00 retail)
kI chemical

USP 40 grams   ($26.00 retail)

Book of Revelation Today   ($14.00) retail

Restoration of the Republic  ($12.50 retail)

Trace mineral liquid label seconds (3 month supply) $24.00 retail)

DVD Last Day Devastation vs. Latter-day Preparation ($10.00 ea. DVD)

DVD A more Perfect

KI tablets   ($8.00)

Liquid electrolyte spray energy salt and sprayer  (12.00)


Last but not least, Macey’s has their Case Lot sale going on, and there are some great prices. Make sure that you compare with the Lindon cannery though, because some of their prices cannot be beat!


Questions about Fels-naptha Soap


 How much of the Fels-naptha soap would you recommend for a  years supply?  



That depends on how much laundry you do. I would think that if you made your own laundry detergent, 5-10 would last for about 1 year. I am purchasing 50 bars because it won’t go bad, it’s cheap, you can share if you want, and better yet, it is a great bardering tool! It is also an indefinate storage item. That’s the sort of stuff I love!


Thanks for asking,

April 🙂