I just found a pretty great site.  Keep in mind I have not ordered from this site yet, but would like to know if anyone has used it.  I was on Katie’s site reading about her love for Wahini rice and went in search of it in bulk.  I came across iHerb and as always pick a product (this time it was a 25 lb bag of Lundberg, Organic wild rice.  I waited for it to calculate the shipping for the usual $10-$20 usually charged.  What, $4?  I added another bag to see if it would increase, recalculated, $4!  So, I started perusing their products and found some interesting stuff. 

I’ll let you know if I order and how it goes!

Have a wonderful day!


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