Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Day 15 THRIVE Foods

**Remember the team product review Wednesday February 15th at 7:00 p.m.                      


 
Day 15 THRIVE Foods            


Today’s Task:   Learn more about how Thrive Foods can be used and start cooking more with them.


It is time to get cooking.  As a consultant you need to be very comfortable with THRIVE foods.  It is common for customers to ask your opinion of foods or suggestions on how to use specific foods.   The best way to get experience is to start opening pouches, and cans and cook with them.  

I also really like to see what others are doing with THRIVE foods.    

Today’s Worksheet: 

Check out the THRIVE Recipes:
Sample Pack Recipes, this is a PDF.  When making recipes for parties I only make ½ of the recipe.

Check out the following websites:
Cooking With My Food Storage   written by Heather Lorimer (that’s me)
Your Own Home Store  written by Misty Marsh
Why Just Eat When You Can Thrive? Written by Lindsey Mote
Thrive with the Basics written by Autumn Christansen

Check out the videos on the Shelf Reliance YouTube channel. 

Check out what other consultants take to parties in the discussion forum
Sandy Jensen’s Spicy Sweet Potato and Black Bean Soup                                  
Chicken Tortilla Soup – Look lower down on this same thread for Minestrone soup, chicken veggie soup, and THRIVE mayo.
Scarlett Arny’s Taco Soup—I love this, try making it with cheese blend instead of FD cheese.
Rachel Schaffer’s “It Bites Back BBQ Sauce”  made with tomato powder, look a little lower on the same thread for ketchup made from tomato powder.



  Today’s Notes



If you want to get a taste of a lot of different recipes using THRIVE foods why don’t you work with your upline/downline/buddy/or other consultants in your area and have a pot luck.  Everyone could bring one dish made from THRIVE ingredients.   Be sure to have everyone bring their recipe. 


Do you have a favorite THRIVE recipe?  Please share it in the comments below.  It is okay to add a link to a recipe or the recipe itself.
 

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