Fall is in the air, the kids are all headed back to the classroom.  Bulk up your wallet with savings by making these Homemade Snacks using ingredients from our Bulk Food Section.  Thanks for the great ideas, Frontier Co-op!

Nordic Naturals Kids' Supplements

15% off

Enzymedica Digest and

Digest Basic Supplements 

15% off

Kevita Kombucha

25% off

High Country Kombucha

25% off

Thousand Hills Steaks

15% off

Mediterranean Organics  Preserves

25% off



Goji and Chia Fruit Thins

This all-natural, homemade fruit leather, made from sweet goji berries, strawberries and chia seeds, is a healthy treat for any occasion.

 Barbecue Sweet Potato Chips 

Crunchy and full of robust flavor, these homemade sweet potato chips make the perfect mid-day snack.

No-bake Energy Bites

These no-bake energy bites make the perfect grab-and-go snack or breakfast.

Goji Granola Bars 

These naturally sweetened granola bars featuring goji berries are the perfect quintessential snack.

Wheat and Flax Seeds Crackers 

Seasoned with garlic and rosemary, these wheat and flax seed crackers are the perfect back-to-school snack.

Back to school...

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Supplying local grass-fed beef, organic free-range chickens and eggs, organic produce, bulk (grocery, spices and cleaners), supplements, natural health & beauty products, herbs, and essential oils.  Kiki's Simple Abundance has been your locally owned health food store since 2000.

You can pickle that!

It's that time of year.  All your hard work in the garden is paying off and you have a bumper crop of cucumbers.  SO MANY CUCUMBERS.  Don't worry, pickle it! 

There's the quick pickle—as simple as boiling water, vinegar, sugar, salt, and spices together, then covering your produce with that liquid and waiting a few hours. The difference between a quick pickle and a canned pickle is that the quick pickle process is basically the same as marinating. Canned pickles, on the other hand, use a stronger brine and a water-bath canning process to extend their shelf life.

And the process works with so many ingredients. Beyond the classic cucumbers, other fruits and vegetables that work well for pickles include asparagus, beets, bell peppers, blueberries, cauliflower, carrots, cherries, fennel, ginger, grapes, green beans, mushrooms, onions, parsnips, peaches, peppers, radishes, ramps, rhubarb, strawberries, squash, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. The list goes on and on.

Get some great ideas and recipes for all those summer veggies here, and happy pickling!

Store Hours

      Monday 9-6 
      Tuesday 9-6 
      Wednesday 9-6 
      Thursday 9-7 
      Friday 9-6 
      Saturday 9-6
      Sunday Closed

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