Saturday, April 23, 2016

Pantry Paratus Giveaway

Today's Spring Fling Giveaway comes from a family run company called Pantry Paratus. Pantry what? Paratus is the Latin word for "prepared" and Pantry Paratus's goal is to equip and teach pantry preparedness. They want folks to eat healthy, wholesome food and their store carries everything you need to accomplish this!

I have used Pantry Paratus before and Chaya has been so helpful every time. When we were trying to get an old canner up and running, she helped us identify the parts we needed and worked with the manufacturer to get them for us. Now that folks, is customer service! And the cherry pitter we purchased was a hit with everyone in the family. The country kids actually fought over who was going to pit the cherries! That works for me! Or should I say they did all the work for me!!

So what kind of things does Pantry Paratus carry? You name it! They sell grain mills, bread baking supplies, kitchen appliances, pressure canners, bulk spices, cheese making kits, food slicer, fermentation starters, and other items relating to frugality, preparedness, and health. They are your one stop shop for homesteading needs! Seriously, they have some really neat stuff! I might have just placed an order for the farm animal cookie pan, shhh, don't tell my hubby.

When I asked Chaya to be a part of our event, I wanted folks to know about her great store. I left picking the prize up to her, and boy did she pick a great one! I had never hear of a Roo Gardening Apron before, but once I got my hands on one, I was in love with it!

So what is a Roo Gardening Apron and why do you need one? With the Roo, there is no more using your shirt or a clunky basket to get vegetables in from the garden. You simply put on the Roo, fill the pouch and the chute allows you to deposit what ever you have collected without a mess.  It is great for weeding too! It will eliminate the piles of weeds that follow you around your yard as you do your work.  Simply stuff the weeds/deadheaded flowers in the pouch as you go and empty when you are finished. And since the Roo is made out of thick 10 ounce canvas cotton, it can even stand up to thorny things, like roses!

•   Water resistant nylon storage pouch
•   Plastic hooks allow for easy release of the pouch
•   Self adjusting straps allowing for a comfortable fit
•   Machine washable
•   Super cute colors


So how does the Roo Gardening Apron work? Well since it isn't harvesting season and it has been too wet to weeds yet, the oldest country kid helped me out, by not only modeling the apron, but demonstrated how to used it for stuffed animal clean up. It was super easy to get him in it (which means he WILL be wearing it often this fall *wink*), he was able to stuff the pocket full of the littlest country kid's stuffed animals, and by simply unhooking the front straps, he could deposit them all in a nice neat pile (which was then done again in the littlest country kid's room LOL).

I think the Roo Gardening Apron is a totally awesome prize and Chaya picked out a wonderful product to represent the types of products she carries. I know I love looking through her products and turning to her for help when I have a kitchen conundrum only she can seem to fix. Thanks Chaya for your amazing store, awesome help, and this great prize!!

This giveaway is open to US residents only. 

What are you waiting for?!?! Get entered!


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19 comments:

  1. I love baking, canning, dehydrating and pickling. I'd like to learn fermenting.

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  2. I bake, can, forage, garden, and dehydrate. I haven't done much pickling, and I'd like to try fermenting.

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  3. I've done some fermenting, I'd like to do more and I'd like to build my foraging confidence.

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  4. I would like to learn to ferment.

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  5. I bake, ferment, dehydrate, and garden. I would like to learn more about foraging.

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  6. Foraging, yep that's what I need to learn

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  7. Already a follower of Pantry Paratus, but didn't realize she had a store... Might be in a bit of trouble now.

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  8. Fermenting! I have heard about it, but never tried it!

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  9. I can can, ferment, dehydrate and cook. I need to up my water storage.

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  10. I love to bake and to ferment. I can do some basic foraging but would like to do more than ramps, leeks, and nettles.

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  11. I have just come across your blog and I love it and will be visiting more often - thank you for your inspiring posts.
    blessings
    Page

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  12. My next task to undertake is going to be beekeeping. It's something I love, for many reasons, but mostly because there's a need for bee preservation and I would love to be a part of it.

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  13. I'm always needing extra pockets to gather or hold stuff would be great to have. My granddaugher's nickname is Roo Roo because she was always in her mom's pocket/lap

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  14. Love to bake and have a small cookie business, but would love to learn about fermenting and cheese making

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  15. I would like to learn the art of foraging.

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  16. Love to bake. Have foraged some, but would love to know more. Have never done fermenting.

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  17. would love to learn to forage. I have done some baking and fermenting but there is so much more to learn

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  18. I love baking. Would love to learn more on foraging although not sure how much there is to forage in south texas. Would also like to try canning, cheese making, and am hoping to have a much larger garden next year so I don't need to buy veggies. I love pantry paratus. I think you introduced her page to me last year or so. I had no idea she had a store.

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