Giveaway: Spread the Word & Comment to Win a $25 or $50 Gift Certificate to Cultures For Health

Jun, 02 2011

Spread the Word & Comment to Win a $25 or $50 Gift Certificate to Cultures For Health

Our friends at Cultures for Health are going to give away gift certificates every week during June to 4 lucky Foodie Blogroll members!

Gift certificate value is set at $25 but if you win and already are an affiliate of Cultures For Health, we will double your gift value to $50!

The folks at Cultures for Health also wanted us to let you know about their affiliate program. Anyone can join and start earning a commission on sales. See details below.

Affiliate Program Sign up Page:

Affiliate Program Info:
Do you own a blog, website or some other way of reaching large numbers of potential buyers?

  • Earn a 10% commission for every online sale made from a potential buyer who was forwarded to us from your website, Facebook page, Twitter account, forum signature, newsletter, e-mail, etc.
  • Provide your readers with the resources necessary to purchase quality starter cultures and supplies to support their Real Food Lifestyle.
  • Attractive banner ads promoting cultured foods and a Real Food Lifestyle are available for your use.
  • Get online access to your account activity, traffic reports, commission, payout information and other details concerning the program.

About The Sponsor:

Cultures for Health offers more than 300 products to support a Real Food Lifestyle including:


  • A wide selection of starter cultures for making Yogurt, Kefir, Sourdough, Kombucha, Natto, Tempeh and more
  • An extensive collection of Cheese Making supplies
  • Fermentation crocks and starter cultures
  • Sprouting Seeds and Supplies
  • Food Dehydrators and Yogurt Makers
  • Sprouted Grains and Flours
  • Ready-to-Eat Cultured Vegetables and Juices
  • A wide selection of Real Food books

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The Prize:

A $25 gift certificate and $50 for winners who are also already part of the Cultures for Health affiliate program.


Contest open to US & Canada residents only.

How To Enter:

Contest ended on Friday, June 24, 2011.

Legal Notice: No purchase necessary to enter. Contest void where prohibited. Contest open to members who are 18 years or older. Contest open only to currently eligible members. Restrictions may apply. Contest open to US & Canada residents only. Winners will be picked on 06/02/2011 , 06/09/2011 , 06/16/2011 , 06/23/2011 .



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  • 1. Cindy - Jun 21, 2011 04:07 AM EST

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    Just became a fan of Cultures for Health's page on Facebook.
  • 2. Cindy - Jun 21, 2011 04:06 AM EST

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    I've never made my own yogurt, but I'd be interested to try.
  • 3. vinila - Jun 19, 2011 05:02 PM EST

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    I make yogurt at home and some times when i go out of station then i used to buy the yogurt.
  • 4. deepthi - Jun 17, 2011 06:21 AM EST

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    I make my own yoghurt, Making my own yoghurt saves some money, becoz every time i thow away the left over milk, instead i started making yoghurt with it......Now, I'm not going to buy yoghurt any more.... In India yoghurt is called curd, they boil milk at night and cool them to room temperature (32 degree C) and add 1 spoon full of old curd/yoghurt. Next day you can find thick curd....I used to do it when i was a child. Every one will finish their meals with curd rice in India.
  • 5. deepthi - Jun 17, 2011 06:15 AM EST

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    WOW!!!!!! I love foodie blog roll for this reason.... amazing contests and wonderful thoughts.... I wish I win this card!!!!!!
  • 6. Margaret - Jun 14, 2011 08:33 PM EST

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    I love adding fresh ginger to the second ferment in my kombucha. I swear it's better than the store bought.
  • 7. Heather - Jun 14, 2011 09:41 AM EST

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    Oh by the way. Making home made yogurt cheese is AMAZING!!! Try it. PS I tweeted and facebooked too.
  • 8. Heather - Jun 14, 2011 09:37 AM EST

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    I live on kefir and yogurt. Love to make my own yogurt, kefir has been a little more trying. The kefir water however seems a hella lot easier and would love to try!
  • 9. mala - Jun 10, 2011 09:45 PM EST

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    If you want to make yogurt fast in winter add 1 whole green chilli when you add aspoon of curd to the milk. the curd will be ready with in 2 hrs. remove the green chilli and use it,
  • 10. Larry - Jun 09, 2011 01:15 PM EST

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    This is really cool stuff-can't wait to give some of this a try myself. I always wanted to try making cheese.

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