[Nfbmo] Missouri affiliate offering world famous trail mix at National Convention!
DanFlasar at aol.com
DanFlasar at aol.com
Fri Jun 28 05:38:03 UTC 2013
Looking for a healthy snack to keep your energy up while attend eng all
the great seminars, meetings, demos and activities at this years convention?
The Missouri affiliate, in response to popular demand, will be
offering another batch of our world famous trail mixes this year! The mixes will
be available at the Missouri table, D18, and from any Missouri affiliate
There are 3 varieties available: fruit and nut, just fruit and just
Only the finest dehydrated fruits and roasted, unsalted nuts of various
kinds go into the mixes, including:
dark Montmorency cherries
pressed, dried, ripe bananas - chewy with an intense banana flavor and a
hint of lemon
California apricots - meaty and soft, lightly sulfured
wild blueberries, very intense berry flavor
white peaches - meaty and soft, mildly sulfured
dried, ripe pineapple - dried at peak of ripeness - naturally sweet - and
a little tart - not the candied pieces you usually find in most trail mixes.
craisins - orange flavored dried cranberries - sugar is added but just
enough to balance tartness
large Persian golden raisins - these are very different from regular
raisins - these are larger, sweeter, and plumper - with a much lighter taste
than the raisins we all grew up on.
pistachio nut meats
sunflower seed meats
cashew halves and pieces
No candy, no chocolate, no peanuts, no coconut.
These mixes are never the same from year to year - we buy the best
available ingredients we can find at any one time and mix them up into
individual packages. Most ingredients were purchased from Trader Joe's.
Very little, if any, sugar added - fruits are picked and dried at
peak of ripeness. Each mix is $4 per each 4 oz bag. You'll pay the same or
more at specialty and gift shops but the quality won't be nearly as high.
All nuts are dry-roasted without added salt.
So, get your orders in now! The word is getting out - they won't last
_danflasar at aol.com_ (mailto:danflasar at aol.com)
Lewis & Clark chapter
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