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Friday, September 20, 2013

Freeze Dried Delight Giveaway

To go along with my recent review of the freeze-dried goodies from Brothers-All-Natural, we have a giveaway of a four pack. Good luck and enter often before the end date of 10/4.
Enter to win a four pack of freeze-dried veggies. Giveaway ends 10/4.
Prize:
Harvester Farms 4 pack of Freeze-Dried Veggies and Fruit / Emergency Food Storage
FROM:
Brothers All Natural (Java John Z's Review)
ARV $68
Hosted by:
Java John Z's
and
Make Our Own Network
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This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on October 4th, 2013
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"Make Our Own Network" solely organized this event and I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own or even those stated in this post. JavaJohn Z's is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

26 comments:

  1. From Harvester Farms I would love to try the freeze-dried potatoes because I really love potatoes and they are so versatile. From Brothers I would really like to try the freeze dried oranges, I had other fruits that were freeze-dried, but never tried oranges. Thanks!

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  2. strawberry to try on cereal and waffles

    JOSEPH GERSCH

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  3. i think i am most excited to try the asian pear slices, the potato dices and the corn. i could see a lovely potato corn chowder! thanks for such a grand and super yummy giveaway!

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  4. The broccoli would be interesting to try.

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  5. The broccoli would be interesting to try.

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  6. The broccoli would be interesting to try.

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  7. I think I'd try the potatoes. So many things to add them to.

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  8. for vegs i think broccoli, potatoes and fruit Strawberries and the pears.

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  9. Oh I love freeze dried bananas! Potato dices would be great to have on hand as well!

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  10. Broccoli?!?!.... Yea, I would like to try that.

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  11. I would love to try the potato's and the strawberries!

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  12. I'd like to try the asian pears, fuji apples, and strawberries because these are some of the fruits my little boy enjoys; & they come in large size cans.

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  13. I'm looking at the mandarin orange. I haven't seen another company with those freeze dried! I actually think I'm going to order the sampler set. Can't beat it, for the price.

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  14. I'd like to try the pears because I have never had dried pears-

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  15. The strawberries would be the one I would prefer however the potatoes would also be useful. Emergency food storage is something I am looking at very closely.

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  16. I think emergency food storage is something that will be very important to many Americans. Disasters and so forth are becoming more prevelent, as are power shortages and so forth. I would be very interested in trying every different one of these foods, but my first pick would be potatoes.

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  17. I think my favorite would be the apple slices.

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  18. I think I would love the Asian pear slices. Gotta love pears!!

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  19. I love broccoli, so I'm excited to try that one - love the 25 year shelf-life!

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  20. I would love to try the Asian Pear Slices! I would use them in my cereal and in oatmeal!

    annemarie562000(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  21. I would love to try strawberries and bananas because i add them to my cereal,and broccoli because its my favorite

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  22. I'd love to try the dry pears as well because i never had dry pears and it would be interesting to try

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  23. Strawberries for sure and potatoes and broccoli would be good to have in emergency supplies.

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  24. strawberries , bananas & pears are good on cereal. Broccoli & potatoes for emergency.

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