Better Than A Box: Real Food eBook Giveaway (100 winners)

posted by Andrea | 01/23/2013

better than a box

Many of you who have been reading my blog for some time might be surprised that I’m running a giveaway for a “real food” eBook. No, Dave and I don’t eat horribly unhealthy by any means — but I’m also not a 100% from-scratch, real-food “junkie”.

I’m an advocate for “everything in moderation” and keeping things as simple as possible in the kitchen while still providing home-cooked meals for our family. I like finding great deals on groceries, I like simplifying things by sometimes starting with a boxed mix, and I’m not above using some processed foods in our weekly menu plans.

However, I know there are so many of you who need to be gluten-free or dairy-free; and there are many others who are interested in eating less processed foods, more real foods, but might not know where to start.

And since I can’t teach you, I’m bringing in the expert — my friend Katie of Kitchen Stewardship. Katie has a way of simplifying many Real Food recipes so that normal home-cooks like me and you don’t feel so overwhelmed. She’s also really good at reworking overly processed “from-a-box” recipes to make them completely from scratch with all REAL ingredients.

So while I’m not planning to start soaking my own grains, I’m not planning to give up all processed foods, I’m not planning to go gluten or dairy free, and I’m not planning to radically shift our eating habits, I AM always interested in learning new ways to simplify life in the kitchen and make healthy meals for my family.

Because of this, I’m super excited to share Katie’s BRAND NEW eBook…

Better Than A Box: How to Transform Processed Foods Recipes Into Whole Foods Favorites

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This ebook has tons of great recipes and comfort foods your family will love — just without all the preservatives!

Not only does Katie share loads of valuable tutorials, how-tos, and other information about cooking with Real Food, she also has a whole bunch of tips to simplify your Real Food cooking experience (like how to make many recipes in one pot, how to take short cuts, and how to prepare some or most of the meal in advance).

Plus, she includes a bunch of great ways you can involve your children or grandchildren in the Real Food cooking process.

Here’s a more detailed description of  everything you’ll find inside this eBook.

  • Printable recipe cards
  • A video with Katie’s 7-year old son, demonstrating how to make 3 salad dressings
  • Integration with Plan to Eat (if you have a Plan to Eat membership)
  • Printable real food substitution chart
  • Printable baseline fats chart
  • Printable how to cook dry beans sheet
  • Printable chicken stock Cliff’s notes
  • Printable freezer inventory list
  • and more!

 

OK, so about this giveaway…

Katie is giving away 100 (yes 100) copies of her Better Than a Box eBook to the first 100 Simple Organized Living readers to “checkout” via this link. Simply scroll to the Better Than a Box eBook, click “Buy Now”, and use this code when you checkout: SOL100FREE

If the code doesn’t work, that means the 100 free books have already been given away; however you can still purchase Katie’s eBook for the extremely LOW introductory price of only $1.99 for the PDF copy or $0.99 for the Kindle copy (through 8am EST January 25th)!! This package is valued at $16.95… so I’d say $1.99 or $0.99 is an AWESOME deal!!

Oh, and just because Katie is super generous, she’s also offering a Free Printable Real Food Substitutions Chart to anyone — whether you purchase her ebook or not!

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23 comments

  1. Hilarie

    01/23/2013

    Woohoo – got mine! THANKS!!! I was debating buying it already, so now I got it for free – yay!

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  2. Jen

    01/23/2013

    Got mine, too! Thanks! It would be great even to start slowly replacing our processed items, one at a time. I can’t do it 100%, either. My personal goal is to change a little at a time (like organizing!).

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  3. Tammy

    01/23/2013

    Thanks!!!! I’m always looking for new healthy recipes. :)

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  4. Candace

    01/23/2013

    Thank you!!

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  5. Thea

    01/23/2013

    Thank you! Going towards a whole food diet is part of my new years resolute for my family. This will be a great tool! Thank you!

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  6. Jane

    01/23/2013

    I would love this book. I started working with a life coach and she is all about whole foods. Sooo exciting. Thanks, Jane

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  7. Helena Silva

    01/23/2013

    I would love a copy.

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  8. Tammy Skipper (@Tammy_Skipper)

    01/23/2013

    Got mine, thanks so much for sharing. We haven’t done a clean sweep of processed foods but would love to eat as clean as possible at home so our processed food is limited to family gatherings or occasionally eating out.

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  9. Melanie

    01/23/2013

    Thanks! Husband with chronic illness has really made me reevaluate our diet.

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  10. Kim

    01/23/2013

    I would love a copy of this book. I need to get my son eating healthier. Its a struggle to say the least.

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  11. Marisa

    01/23/2013

    Thank you! This looks great!

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  12. Paulette

    01/23/2013

    Well, the code worked but I don’t know how to retrieve my copy…

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    Magi Reply:

    I am having the same problem.

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    Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship Reply:

    Magi,
    As I told Paulette, ..just email me at kitchenstew at gmail.com with the email address you used with the coupon (I can’t find a “Magi” in the database). I’ll make sure you get the book! Thanks for the interest! :) Katie

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    Maria Reply:

    Check your emails ladies. I purchased the $1.99 package yesterday and received an email with all of the links.

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    Paulette Reply:

    I checked my email…nothing.

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    Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship Reply:

    Paulette,
    I have a theory about why – the code was used 104 times instead of 100, so I bet 4 people didn’t get the email because they crossed with others…just email me at kitchenstew at gmail.com with the email address you used with the coupon (I can’t find a “Paulette” in the database). I’ll make sure you get the book! Thanks for the interest! :) Katie

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  13. Amy

    01/23/2013

    Katie’s blog is awesome! I read Andrea’s and Katie’s the most :)

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  14. Laura

    01/23/2013

    The code is done. :(

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  15. Sandy

    01/24/2013

    What a fabulous sounding book! I’d love to have one!!

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  16. Amy

    01/24/2013

    IT’S WORTH BUYING! I bought mine before this contest…. it’s worth far more than its price!

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  17. Margaret

    01/24/2013

    I purchased the book, didn’t receive any email , and I am just wondering what happened :-(

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    Andrea Reply:

    Margaret, you’ll probably want to check your spam folder first. And if it’s not there, then you’ll need to contact Katie from Kitchen Stewardship: kitchenstew at gmail dot com
    Hope this helps!

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