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some thoughts on organizing a co-op

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I would like to get better prices on the whole foods you recommend than my small-town health food store provides, and I wouldn’t mind making some money for my effort. But I don’t know how to start. Help! Answer: Organizing a co-op is a great idea for anyone wanting to save money and […]

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raw almonds and 15 other items in upcoming group buy

Newsflash, this blog was hacked into late last week, and I’m sorry you couldn’t read or post comments. It took my webmasters a little while to figure it out, THANKS CHRIS AND RITESH!, but it’s fixed now. The downside is, everyone has to re-register and get a new password. Sorry about that. But please do, […]

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locals alert . . . amazing prices on strawberries, cherries, more at Ream’s

Back to the weightier issue tomorrow . . . I taught a GreenSmoothieGirl class up gorgeous Hobble Creek Canyon today at a women’s conference, which was great fun.   On my way down the canyon, I stopped at Ream’s in Springville because of these amazing prices, through Tuesday–worth a bit of a drive, I think, […]

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here’s the Green Polka Dot Box recording!

For those of you who missed the teleseminar on Green Polka Dot Box’s launch, here’s the audio file now on  GreenSmoothieGirl.com! GPDB is an online  wholesale buying club for natural and organic products.   That’s free home delivery (for orders over $150, and $8.99 for orders less than that) and pricing 10% to 50% less […]

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Green Smoothie Testimonials, part 6

I have a bajillion of these, and I’ll talk about other stuff sometimes and sprinkle these in, just to keep you motivated with others’ fun tales of their health improving: I tried the green smoothie after juicing for several years. Juicing was expensive and demanded a lot of time and work extracting the juice from […]

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national study on grocery budgeting

How much does the average family spend on groceries?   Nationwide, according to the USDA, here it is:   Two adults: $361 thrifty / $459 low-cost / $569 moderate / $711 liberal   Two adults and 2 kids under 11: $603 thrifty / $779 low-cost / $974 moderate / $1,182 liberal   Spending for my […]

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Photo of the conveyor belt with my purchases

Should GreenSmoothieGirls Like You Buy A Costco Membership?

My brother Spencer emailed our whole extended family about his scientific cost comparisons at Costco. Since I shop there and often recommend Costco membership to my readers, I thought I’d share with you what he learned, and my own thoughts on whether Costco membership is worth the price. Spencer and Heidi compared prices on 20 […]

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What do YOU spend on groceries?

I have wondered this for years and was so interested and enlightened to learn, on a Yahoo group I belong to, what others spend on groceries in a month.   Only a handful answered the question, but the answers ranged widely, from $1,000/mo. for a family of 4, to $400/mo. for a family of 7. […]

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