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I am more stressed about what sales will be out on cyber Monday and black Friday then the actual thanksgiving holidays lol. Cooking is just cooking, I do it daily, just doing more and some special dishes. NOW once a year sales on products I use daily like supplements, spices, foods, flours, etc....now that has me stressed. Like I have a limited budget but if I get them on these sales I save money for the next few months buying in bulk on sale......but then the stress of borrowing money and doing so....which purchases to make, what saves me the most in the long run, will it last me til the next sale...balancing all this out with a limited budget when your bad with numbers is scary/frustrating.

Damnest thing is I do not care for the specials on technology. vanity items, etc. I am just focusing on essentials and stuff I use or would use daily to improve my life and make savings in the long run. I think the only actual 2 items I am looking at is a charm for my mother for Christmas and a water filtration system for my kitchen. Other then that it is all food, supplements, spices, and medications lol.

OH another funny thought due to lack of orders, I am opting to go help cook a community dinner at a church for over 450 people. I already brought/opted in to bring my own spices, starches, etc for the areas to keep it safe for my stations and will be helping with the turkeys and serving up a bunch of gluten free/corn free desserts so I will be in a safe element for my health risk. Got 16 turkeys, 1 food service pan of gluten free pear cobbler, 1 pan of pumpkin chocolate brownies gluten free, pumpkin pies to pull out and do starting in the morning.

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You are a nice person, Ennis, to do this for Thanksgiving!  If I were in Texas, I would feel safe eating your food and it sounds delicious! To have an allergy safe meal served in a church is a wonderful thing.  :)

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Get some rest Ennis for the big food charity giving day. Amazing , big heart you have. I hope the sales are kind to you and reward you for your big heart. I hope you reap back the kindness you give in a form that aids you.

Happy Thanksgiving Ennis 

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Sales on many places
https://www.christopherbean.com/collections/flavored-coffee
Desert flavored coffee,,,,yeah it is that epic, check out my reviews on some of them under Ennis, they are dead on to the cupping notes with a bit of sweetener. Use SAVE10 for a bonus $10 off your cart. YOU will be amazed at these coffees <.< I just finished off my 6th cup of decaf banana foster for the morning.

http://www.republicoftea.com/tea-varieties/c/58/
If your not a coffee person how about tea? Buy 3 get 1 free deal on any tea.

https://criobru.com/collections/bfcm
Good ground coconibs, each has a different flavor profile so great for snacking and mixing it up

https://thrivemarket.com/black-friday
http://thrv.me/gf25
Show the blackfriday list on a cart and sign up with the lower link for a extra 25% off....insane savings on food.

https://miraclenoodle.com/collections/all
Noodles, rice, MRE meals all gluten free and almost carb free, only way for me to enjoy rice and pasta now days since I can not have carbs. HUGE sale today everything marked down.

https://julianbakery.com/shop/
bfdiscount15
Use with the above code at check out, the bars are alright and good for emergency meals, the protein powders are good I use the sancha inchi pegan in baked goods like gram crackers, the pegan vannila twist is one of my favorites. THEY also have BREAD that is low carb and gluten free, check it out great to avoid the carb/starch bloat or if you have blood sugar issues.

Watching a few others I will post on them later I think Lucky Vitamin should be having a huge cybermonday sale coming up, and Lorrann Oils who has all kinds of wonderful flavorings will be having a sale soon.

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Thanks Ennis!  

 

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BLACKFRIDAY17 code gets you 30% off at checkout. These are gluten free, sugar free, and dairy free icecream pints. NOTE they are not as creamy as real icecream but they are still great to indulge in without consequences or guilt, PS I suggest the gluten free pack based on desserts like cake batter, cookie dough, cinnamon roll.

https://www.califlourfoods.com/collections
The Pizza pan bundles and holiday bundles are on sale, I love using hte plant based crust for these, you can even bake them extra crispy for chips or crackers. Great for anything you could do with a flatbread pizza crust. Gluten free, corn free, grain free


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Lucky Vitamin is having a BOGO special I got the Gluten Free list for you, NOTE they normally also offer whole cart discounts in cyber Mondays, Check out their cyber brands also for sales.


 

 

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