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Updated: 2014-06-15T19:10:34.345-06:00

 



you can use a coffee grinder to grind smaller amou...

2008-06-24T21:06:00.000-06:00

you can use a coffee grinder to grind smaller amounts of spices and flour. A coffee grinder runs 10 bucks. I use it to grind up nuts and rice to make flour. Coffee grinders are actually sometimes sold under the name of "spice grinder" so it is the same thing.



tax idea is super great! thanks for the post!

2007-04-02T09:56:00.000-06:00

tax idea is super great! thanks for the post!



Thanks for this - I have been working for months o...

2007-03-27T18:15:00.000-06:00

Thanks for this - I have been working for months on a very long article on this topic, which I'll be posting soon - The one thing you mentioned that i hadn't included was the tax deduction issue. Great ideas.



Oh, too bad that I'm moving to Canada for my job -...

2007-03-26T15:24:00.000-06:00

Oh, too bad that I'm moving to Canada for my job -- the job that will have me paying taxes finally.

We don't have a Whole Foods here, or a Natural Foods. We have a couple of natural foods stores that are actually more expensive for many things than the regular grocery store natural foods aisle.



Wow, I wish I had know that I should have been sav...

2007-03-25T18:20:00.000-06:00

Wow, I wish I had know that I should have been saving my receipts for the last year!!!! That is great news about the tax credit. In England they actually give you a prescription for gluten free foods I have heard.
I buy all my flours (except brown rice flour) at the Asian and Indian markets in town. So much cheaper! I too have been thinking about a mill for making my own brown rice flour.



There is something similar to the US tax credit in...

2007-03-23T21:03:00.000-06:00

There is something similar to the US tax credit in Canada. Sadly, you would be ineligible. It requires the golden test; positive biopsy results.



I haven't perused Asian markets, but I have notice...

2007-03-23T18:12:00.000-06:00

I haven't perused Asian markets, but I have noticed that Whole Foods is cheaper than the natural aisle at a normal grocery store.

I often buy in bulk from Amazon Grocery - free shipping too.

Keeping a spreadsheet where you can compare prices is useful too.