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·       Call 745-5639 or email to reserve your spot, please.


Summer is a great time for classes, relax and learn some new skills, introduce a friend to whole grains! Here’s the June line up…

Tuesday, May 30th at 6 PM ~ BURGER MANIA, 10 Meals from 10# of Burger, by popular request, we’ll do this one again. Why not stock the freezer for the busy summer with quick grab & go meals? We also make a batch of bread to use with the entrees, and dessert. Bring a friend. $15/person

Saturday, June 3rd at 10 AM ~ WHOLE GRAINS 101, Soaking & Dehydrating, Uses of each grain, Bread/Pizza/Cinnamon Rolls, delicious food, great fellowship, learn how to use your equipment! $10/person

Tuesday, June 20th at 6 PM ~ SIMPLE SIZZLE SUPPERS, Keep cooking to a minimum with a couple of Sizzle pots. Stove top cooking preserves energy & maintains a cool kitchen! We’ll whip up a couple of Debbie Deitz’ dinners ~ PULLED BEEF & A REALLY GOOD CHILI. No meal is complete without savory bread/buns/rolls, a salad & dessert. I am pondering the dessert. I found too many yummy recipes tonight. $15/person

Saturday, July 8th at 10 AM, next WHOLE GRAINS 101. Suggestions for specialized variations to bread & other cooking classes are always welcome!

Thursday, July 13th at 6 PM, Bread Class


SIZZLE POTS! I love my stainless steel Sizzles, They are my go-to pots for a fast meal. With a pressure lid, they cut your cooking time in half, thus cutting your energy bill in half. Unlike traditional pressure pots, these feature a glass lid that opens anytime you wish during the cooking process! Then easily reseals. I cooked sweet potatoes in 15 minutes, grains in 15 minutes, beans, chicken, stew, … you name it & it does a great job! No heating up the oven this summer, either. I also have a few vegetable baskets that fit inside. Fill the basket with meat loaf, add carrots & potatoes on top & dinner is on the table in 30 minutes! Wednesday, I cooked chicken with onions & garlic for 24 hours. Thursday added black beans, a jar of salsa & salt. My daughter in law loved it! Simple meals, made easily, that is the name of the game with the Sizzle Pots. Check out the Sizzle accessories ~ meat trivets & vegetable steam baskets. Stop by & see them! They come in..

·       4 Liter for $129                                                                                  6 Liter for $139

·       8 Liter for $149                                                                                  10 Liter for $159

With three different color silicone ring lids:

Lime green                      Orange                            Black

Purchase one pot & get the second for ½ price.

Each purchase qualifies for an entry into the Sizzle Drawing on July 1st!



Easy snacks & grab & go breakfast! Hope you aren’t bored with these, but they are my favorite.

                                                                CHEWY GRANOLA BARS
Preheat oven to  350*.
 Combine in your Bosch bowl:
            1 egg                                        2/3 C peanut butter          1 stick butter, soft
            ½ C brown sugar                      ½ C honey                      2 t vanilla powder or extract
        3 C rolled oats, 7 grain rolled or freshly rolled grains          ½ C coconut – chipped or shreds
         ½ C sunflower seeds                 ½ C pumpkin seeds                        ¼ C sesame seeds
         ½ C fresh flax meal                    ½ C cranberries or raisins            1 C chocolate chips
Press onto silicone lined cookie sheet ( I use a lasagna server). Bake for 20 minutes until lightly golden. Let cool. Cut in squares using the dough divider, so as not to slice the mat! Store in enclosed container. Enjoy!


Preheat oven to 270*. Mix in a large bowl:
          1 C brown sugar                       1 C sunflower seeds     ¼ C sesame seeds
1 C pumpkin seeds                   1 C slivered almonds     2 T vanilla powder
Mix well to evenly distribute the brown sugar (no lumps).
Add 12 – 15 C rolled grains… oats,    7 Grain rolled or freshly rolled.

Melt together on the stove top:
1 C coconut or olive oil       ½ C honey
if you don’t have powder, add 2 T vanilla extract
Thoroughly mix with the oat mixture. This takes awhile. Bake for 20 to 30 minutes until golden. Let cool. Store in airtight container.
*add peanut butter to liquids if you wish. Use different nuts, add dried fruit after baking.


I am certainly open to class suggestions. Just let me know what interests you & yours!

Bush orders, no problem. We are happy to mail out around the State! Order off the website or email me a shopping list.

. If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves,
and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways;
then will i hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin,
and will heal their land.      
2 Chronicles 7:14

Margaret Loew

15091 Lazy Lady Lane
Palmer AK   99645




John decided to bring the AK Health Success home. We are excited to have both Wholy Living & Kangen under one roof! Bread & Water, the best of both worlds! Tom took over the Hut on the Palmer/Wasilla at Hyer, but our operation will be out of here. For lots more Kangen info go to www.akhealthsuccess.com



Directions to 15091 Lazy Lady Lane  in Palmer:

Come to Palmer via the Glenn Highway. At the last light before heading to Glennallen, turn onto Arctic headed out of town toward the Butte, from Anchorage a right hand turn. Proceed about 3 miles across the Matanuska River to Clark Wolverine Road on the left. Turn up C W Road, following all the signs and general traffic pattern, go another 3 miles. Where Clark continues straight, turn left onto Wolverine Road. Go 1.5 miles to Lazy Lady Lane on the left. We are the 5th driveway on the right. Wholy Living signs should direct you right on in. Allow about an hour from Muldoon and 30 minutes from Freds in Wasilla except during the 5 pm rush hour traffic. If necessary, give us a call ~ 745-5639.