Showing posts with label Silk. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Silk. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Coupons: $1.00 off any (1) Silk half gallon (Expires: 10/31/14)

When it comes to saving money, I think there is no one on earth who would object to doing it. In fact, one of the greatest coupons I discovered recently is $1.00 off any (1) Silk half gallon.
Silk is embraces the vegan concept and what I love most about them is that they are free of genetically modified ingredients (or GMOs). With everything from Soy Milk to Almond Milk to Coconut Milk to even Coconut/Almond Blend and more, it is not only incredibly healthy, but delicious much more so. In fact, I love using Silk in just about everything including my cooking.
I am currently obsessed with Silk's Original Coconut Milk and from what I hear, it's on sale virtually everywhere. Imagine how much money you would save by using this coupon on top of sale.
This coupon is available until Wednesday, October 1st, however, it expires on Friday, October 31st 2014 (Halloween). To redeem your coupon of $1.00 savings on any Silk half gallon, simply click here or click the banner below...
$1.00 off any One (1) Silk Half Gallon

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Smoothie Recipes: Silk Blueberry Smoothie

Fresh Blueberries, Flaxseed Oil, Silk's Blueberry Yogurt, Silk's Vanilla Soy Milk, Stevia, and Ice. Combine ingredients, blend, and serve. Simplicity at it's finest.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

It's official, I am done drinking regular dairy milk...

As most of you already know, I am "lacto ovo" vegetarian. In case you are wondering what a "lacto ovo" vegetarian is, it's simply someone that does not eat meat or fish, but does eat dairy, eggs, and honey. If you are trying to distinguish what a "lacto ovo" vegetarian is versas any other type of vegetarian, just think of a lacto ovo as someone who doesn't eat anything with a face or better yet, is or once was living.

With all of the numerous alternatives which range from soy and almond milk to rice and even coconut milk, there is nothing that says I should drink dairy milk. With that said, I have decided to give up drinking dairy milk.


You are probably thinking "So Sarah, what brought on this sudden urge to change?" Well, I attempted to drink a milkshake the other day at a restaurant and noticed an "after taste". The same "after taste" that I endured when I switched to drinking soy and almond milk from dairy milk. It was almost as if the reverse effect was happening. So, i've decided that giving up dairy milk is a good option for me at that time.  


Everyone who knows me, also knows how much I love cheese. Now, if only I could give that up, then I could cut dairy out of my life completely and become an "Ovo" vegetarian, which is a vegetarian that does not consume meat or fish or "dairy", but does eat eggs and honey.