Welcome if you are a new subscriber to our mail list and hello again to those of you have signed up a while ago. It's been a long time coming, but I have been working hard at making some changes here at Cut the Chemicals and I am excited to be spending some time with you over the coming weeks to share them.
Firstly I would like to thank you for joining our mailing list and if you haven't yet I encourage you too. It will be a decision that hopefully will reap many benefits for your family. There will be loads of opportunities to learn all about eating additive and preservative free foods for FREE!
As you may have seen, in the month of August we are giving away a hard copy of the Cut the Chemicals Cookbook (Australian or U.S. - your choice!) if you are the 222 person to join the list. So far we are looking good but are still not there yet. The month has just begun!
I urge you to pass this information onto your friends and family as who doesn't like to WIN something for FREE? Especially something that will change their lives for the better!
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So, what else have I been doing besides toilet training, moving house and playgroup dates?
- I have re-booted the webpage to make it easier to navigate and learn all about living the additive and preservative free life.
- I have started a Guest Blog on Button Baby - read here for my article about not feeling guilty about buying pre-made Baby Foods,
- I have been working on creating more FREE content for our new subscribers and an awesome new program to help families take charge of their lives step by step, (which will be available very soon),
- And, most excitedly I am becoming a check out chick! I am opening up an online Cut the Chemicals Grocery Store in early September! This will be a place where you can buy all your additive and preservative free food alternatives in the comfort of your own PJ’s and have them delivered straight to your door.
All the products are hand picked by me and eaten often by the Taylor taste testers, so I’m excited to be able to sell them to you at great prices via the wonders of online shopping with a flat rate shipping.
Imagine on a cold week night ordering all your lunchbox and meal needs from the comfort of your living room and having them arrive ready for the next weeks lunchboxes. All chemical free - how convenient! But more on that soon ...
I am so close to wrapping up these projects but I still need your help. I need to ask two things of you literally:
-What are the two top questions you need answered about eating additive and preservative free foods?
- What are your most desired foods that you would like to see sold in the Cut the Chemicals Grocery Store?
That’s it! Email me directly at email@example.com or join ourFacebook page and leave a post there.
Thank you and I will chat with you again soon!
I am super excited to let you all know that I am now a guest blogger for a website called Button Baby. I will be writing regular posts about eating additive and preservative free foods and my first post is now live for you all to read ... so please do!
My first post is all about baby food so if this is an area that you are concerned about please head on over to Button Baby and learn all about why some baby foods are better than others.
If you have my book, you'll note that a lot of recipes for kids snacks avoid using dried fruit. This is because a preservative is used in the drying process to avoid the fruit going mouldy. I confess I do however use coconut often in my biscuits as I do love that flavour.
When I run out of my current stocks I will be buying my next source of coconut from a lady who lives around the corner from me who sells dried fruits and coconut that are preservative free - yippee!
Lu's website is below, so if like me you would like to have chemical free dried fruit check out her site:
Six S Organics - Organic and Preservative Free Foods our food, cleaning, and body care products are organic, chemical free, and fair trade.
Bec Taylor is a lover of all things quick, convenient and tasty. Her favorite foods are sloppy, cheesy and hopefully cooked in one pot as she hates doing the dishes!