$25 Whole Foods Gift Card Giveaway

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PhotobucketIt’s the last Whole Foods Friday, and that means one last $25 gift card to give away.  If you haven’t had a chance to visit the Whole Foods blog, Whole Truth, you’ll want to pay them a visit and take a look around.  Come back here and let me know what you think.  If you’ve been visiting their blog throughout the dkMommy Spot’s series of Whole Foods Fridays, then leave me a comment telling me your family’s healthy eating habits.  Do you eat healthy?  Or what would you like to improve?  I promise not to tell!

That’s it!  We’ll keep the last Whole Foods Friday simple and fun.  I can’t wait to read your comments.  Oh, and I’ll be leaving this contest open for a full week so tell your friends.  (I bet if they win, they’ll take you along and get you one of those really good coffees.)

3 Ways to Enter

1.) Either visit the Whole Story blog then come back and tell me what you liked or learned there, or share something in my comments telling me your family’s healthy eating habits.  I promise not to forward your response to your mother.  You know how she gets about that stuff. Remember, leave an interesting comment.  If I cannot contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

2.) Email subscribers are entered into this and all future giveaways, for as long as their subscription is active. Just click here: Subscribe to dkMommy Spot by Email (Please make sure to verify your Feedburner subscription by responding to the email they send you. If you do not receive it, check your junk mail. Only verified subscriptions are entered for all the giveaways.)

3.) Blog about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to this post.  Come back and leave me a Comment with a link to your blog post.

Feel free to do all three, and you have three entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Friday, August 22, 2008, to enter.

193 thoughts on “$25 Whole Foods Gift Card Giveaway

  1. We have been growing a garden, eating lots of fresh vegetables. We canned our own beans, tomatoes, made grape juice. and our own jams. Eating stuff we have grown, is definately better than buying it at the store

  2. I love keeping the pre-packaged freeze-dried fruit and vegetables on hand for on-the-go snacks for our family.

    I have also started keeping a much closer eye on the ingredients that are found in many mainstream processed foods and am being a lot more conscious about phasing those out of our diets.

  3. I love the link to kid friendly recipes on the Whole Foods website! I’m a big fan of Whole Foods. I can’t say enough good things about the fact that they have product lists for people with food allergies!!! It makes my job much easier when I go grocery shopping for my kid who has multiple food allergies. Reading the ingredients on each box can take a LONG time, and when you have a screaming toddler and a wandering preschooler, that list is a true life-saver!

  4. There Cold Cuts are always fresh and sale items always availiable. friendly store Staff who always help the elderly with there groceries.

  5. We eat healthy! We belong to a CSA, and our meals are all planned around the fresh produce we receive–no matter what it might be and how much we like/dislike it. We eat it!

  6. Getting healthier eating styles has really helped my daughter with her attitude. The doc says that it was allergies to a lot of chemicals that cause some negative behaviors. I love what whole foods and organic companies make available for families.

  7. My family only eats prepared food once a week. The other six days I make dinner from scratch and make sure that I only use the best of ingredents for my cooking.

  8. I use baguettes for sandwiches. They have no fat or sugar (at least the ones from Safeway’s bakery) and they taste great.

  9. I love Whole Foods! They always have beautiful produce displays and so many healthy and unusual foods. Plus, you can’t beat their salad bar.

  10. We are slowly replacing the ‘man snacks’ in our house to soy chips, sunflower seeds and natural snack bars.

  11. Cool Blog! I learned that August is prime tomato season. As for my healthy eating, I will admit to my chinese food addiction, but I have been trying to different ways to prepare veggies so they don’t become boring.

  12. I didn’t know that even when the computer isn’t on that our wireless router would still be running! That’s putting our whole family at risk for developing health problems down the road!

  13. I’ve been making a trip to Whole Foods every few days. The prices on organic strawberries, raspberries and grapes are so good this time of year!!!

  14. I’ve recently incorporated flaxseed and wheat germ into our diet. I’ve been trying to “sneak” the veggies in where possible and have been concentrating on eating lots of colorful superfoods such as spinach, broccoli, and BLUEBERRIES.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  15. I try to eat fairly healthy -at least we do try to eat organic and hormone/pesticide free whenever possible. We do end up eating veggie burgers a lot, but that is better than pizza~

  16. I loved the article about Teens for Safe Cosmetics and how they are making people aware of the bad stuff out there in our beauty products.

  17. I liked Emily! She gives me hope the teens out there are paying attention! I forwarded that post to my 19 year old daughter.

  18. Our family enjoys healthful eating, so we enjoy shopping at Whole Foods. Since participating in this contest, I have become more conscientious about my food choices. I’m including healthier fats like olive oil, avocado, and sesame oil. Asian fusion cooking is definitely in at my home, and many of the food items required for that type of menu are available at Whole Foods.

  19. My kid loves juicing. She likes to see me magically transform a carrot into a cup of juice. So juicing is how I trick her into getting her vegetables.
    If you mix carrots and apples or melon and cucumber, the fruit disguises the vegetable taste. Sometimes we make a game of experimenting with different mixtures- if we mix this with that, how will it taste?
    Thank you for the contest.

  20. I recently discovered The Whole Deal and LOVE it! We are at Whole Foods every week and I try to buy mostly organic foods so this was a great find.
    We actually eat pretty healthy…we aren’t completely vegan but we try to at least avoid red meats. Other than that I don’t think are habits are all that strange…I do like my cookie dough though!

    Caryn Bs last blog post..Shhh…Don’t Tell!

  21. My favorite part is the recipes — Like this one: Panzanella Salad with Crab, Goat Cheese & Roasted Tomato Vinaigrette
    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  22. I’m going to start using a Kleen Kanteen now, after reading the blog and the unnecessary effects plastic water bottles have on the environment.

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