Giveaway: GNOWFGLINS eCourses

Yesterday I announced an exciting new series Someone Else’s Shoes. The first installment is concentrating on Real Food and Working and will begin on Sunday. 

This is the best Giveaway to help you with a ton of shortcuts in your real food journey and is the perfect accompaniment to Someone Else’s Shoes: Real Food and Working.

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Let’s face it, whether working away from home or at the home we are all busy! The GNOWFGLINS eCourse is designed to teach you everything you need to know about real foods one step at a time.  This is the perfect course whether you are new to real foods or more experienced.  I have learned so many wonderful things in these courses, many of them are such wonderful time savers that I use them regularly in my busy kitchen.

How would you like to be able to have fresh baked bread every night with only 5 minutes hands on time each week? You’ll learn this wonderful method in the Sourdough eCourse.

How about a delicious soft cheese perfect for spreads, dips or even a cottage cheese stand-in that requires minutes of your time and zero special ingredients other than real (raw) milk?  You’ll learn this in the Cultured Dairy and Basic Cheese eCourse.

Do you have a chunk of leftover roast beef, a cup of pinto beans and leftover rice that you need to make into a meal and fast? How about a skillet dinner? Learn all about this quick to prepare (and budget friendly) method in Fundamentals eCourse.

You’ve heard about all of the wonderful benefits of probiotic rich fermented foods but don’t think you can fit one.more.thing. into your busy schedule?  Lacto-fermented Salsa may be just what you are looking for!  This quick and easy condiment goes together in minutes. Learn how to make this and many other tasty ferments in the Lacto-Fermentation eCourse.

You will have a 1 month unlimited Basic Membership which will give you access to each of the eCourses mentioned above plus Fundamentals II the newest course that has just started, not to mention the private forum and a discount toward GNOWFGLINS eBooks .  Take a look at this video overview of Fundamentals II

You have numerous ways to enter, be sure to comment separately for each task:

1. Visit the GNOWFGLINS eCourse Classes page, then leave me a comment sharing which lesson(s) you can’t wait to take.
2. Subscribe to my RSS feed or “Subscribe by Email”, leave a comment
3. “Like” my facebook page Real Food for Less Money, leave a comment
4. Share about this giveaway on your blog, facebook, twitter, or whatever else social media I have yet to learn about. Leave a comment telling me where you shared. Increase your entries by sharing in multiple places, leave one comment for each share.
5. Answer this question in the comments; What is the name of the new and improved blog that is on a mission to share tips and ideas so you can enjoy Real Food for Less Money?

Entry to the giveaway will remain open until 9PM (MST) Friday, February 10th and the winner will be announced on Sunday, February 12th.  Can’t wait to get started on the eCourses?  Membership is always open to the GNOWFGLINS eCourse.

Since the GNOWFGLINS eCourses are web based and at your own pace, this giveaway is open to everyone. Check out the FAQs for any additional questions.

Isn’t this totally exciting!!

Disclosure: As a member of the GNOWFGLINS eCourses partner program, if you make a purchase that originated from a link or banner on this page I will receive a commission.

Millie

Comments

  1. Brenda

    Love Gnowflgns–can’t wait to take their sourdough course and the lacto fermenting course, well any of them sound great.

  2. Rose Curran

    I would love to to do the Fundamentals of Traditional Cooking — Get more from real foods course.

  3. Julie

    I really would love to take the whole Fundementals 1 class. There are so many topics in that first basic class that I am interested in knowing more.

  4. Penny Simmons

    Okay, first off, yes, this IS totally exciting!

    Now, the first course I want to take is the Cultured Dairy and Basic Cheese course. I have plans of getting a cow within the year and am so excited to get into correctly processing all that wonderful milk! And, I just yesterday completed my second ever batch of Greek yogurt and am *hooked*!!

    So blessed to have found you!

  5. Penny Simmons

    I have “liked” your Facebook page. I was not even aware of it, so now I’ll have to spend some time reading all the previous posts!

    When I started on this stay-at-home-homeschooling-farming journey, I used to lament that there were no more nice, good, old farmers and farmer’s wives left who could chat across the fence with me and help educate me in the wisdom of traditional living…

    Now, with the internet and this new boom in interest in healthy living and local eating, I am almost intimidated by how much information is available. It can be a bit overwhelming even. You were one of the first I came across and I really appreciate your information, presentation and your family is just so darn cute!

    Thanks for standing in as my good-friend-farmer-neighbors to educate me in natural and traditional wisdom.

  6. Penny Simmons

    I shared this giveaway on Facebook and hope it results in scads of new customers for you. I want to see your business succeed because 1) I will always root for small business entrepreneurs – I was raised by two of them, and 2) I benefit so much from your information.

  7. Penny Simmons

    The name of the new and improved blog that is on a mission to share tips and ideas so you can enjoy Real Food for Less Money is realfoodforlessmoney!

  8. Heather

    The name of one of my favorite new blogs is : Real Food for Less Money, Our Journey to Eating Real, Nutrient Dense Food on a Budget 🙂

  9. Ashley

    I would like to take the Lacto-fermentation course for many reasons, but I think the lesson on Probiotic Meal Planning looks very interesting.

  10. Shelly Caris

    The name of the new and improved blog that is on a mission to share tips and ideas so you can enjoy Real Food for Less Money is Real Food for Less Money.

  11. Abdi Bertram

    I would love to take Foundations I and II. I need help getting started in traditional foods.

  12. Amy J.

    So much exciting info it’s hard to choose. Since I’m easily overwhelmed at this point I think I want to start with the basics – but my hubby loves sourdough so I’m sure he couldn’t wait for me to do those classes ;).

  13. Cathy

    The name of the new and improved blog that is on a mission to share tips and ideas is Real Food for Less Money!

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