If interested please contact Mandy Taggart at 801-525-2260
It has taken extra time getting the next project off the ground. They have decided to move up the Mills and Mixers to April and push out the Idahoan Potatoes and Pasta to May. Here is exactly how it will work. Mills and Mixers sign-up will run thru May 23rd. These are pricey items, (check online pricing and compare, be sure to include shipping and sales tax) and it may take a little more time to budget for them. Pricing for all coop projects include shipping and sales tax in the offered price. They won't offer these items again for 3 years. Checks payable to Mandy Taggart. Remember orders must be in on time-no exceptions.
Potatoes and Pasta will run from May 9th thru May 30th. More to come on that.
1821 S 1575 W (Dahl Lane)
Grain Mills and Bread Mixers April 2010
WonderMill Grain Mill
You can mill over 100 pounds of flour in an hour.
You can mill fresh flour from most dry grains, and from
most dry, non-oily legumes and lentils.
Wheat (Hard and Soft)
Dried Field Corn
Dried Pinto Beans
Dried Mung Beans
Dried Green Beans
What can't it mill?
Grains that have a high oil or moisture content.
Sugar Sunflower Seeds Nuts (all types)
Dried Fruits Sesame Seeds Flax Seed
Coffee Beans Peanuts
LIFETIME WARRANTY on milling heads and 6 years on
1200 WATT self-cleaning motor (Largest in it's industry).
Large 8 cup grain hopper.
Passes all electrical certifications, UL,
CSA & CE.
12 cup canister with lid.
Stainless steel Microburst® milling chamber.
Quietest grain mill on the market.
Fastest grain mill available, over 12 cups of flour in 3 mins.
Grinds from a fine pastry flour to a coarse flour with 3 flour
$240.00 including tax
BOSCH® Universal Mixer
BOSCH quality- average lifetime for mixers is
17 years. The most powerful motor in its class.
Large mixing bowl will handle up to 15 lbs. of
the rim at top of bowl. Removable drive shaft for
ease of cleaning. Whisk holder is dishwasher safe.
. 800 Watts
. 6 ½ quart bowl
. 4 speed settings + momentary switch
. Cord storage
. Suction feet for a secure standing
. Wide range of optional accessories
. Overload and start motor protection
. 3 year motor / transmission warranty
$ 400.00 including tax
WonderMill Jr. Hand Mill
Heavy Duty, All Metal, Uni-Body Construction. No plastic.
Beautifully cast with a thick powder coat finish. Lifetime
Bearings. Large "Easy Fill" Hopper holds over 1 quart of
grain. The Wonder Jr. adjusts from super fine pastry
flour to coarse cracked cereals and any where in
Easy Turn Handle, 10" Ergonomic handle with a large grip
for easy, comfortable turning.
Dual Feed Auger. The Wonder Jr. combines both
technologies of a spring and auger driver to keep a
constant flow of grain against the milling heads for
Heavy Stones, 1/3 larger heavier stones than others on
the market for long life.
Easy Cleanup. Easy cleanup in the kitchen sink after
removing the stones. (Stones are not washable)
Stainless Steel Burr kit for Corn, flax, Nuts, Herbs,
spices, coffee, and other wet and oily grains that the
stones do not grind. Patented Double Clamp.
$215.00 including tax
K-Tec Mixer by Blendtec
Digital Mix N' Blend
The K-tec Mix n' Blend mixer is designed for blending,
mixing, whipping, and kneading. Digital Read-out and
Timer. 1000 watts motor. (Up to 12 Lbs of bread dough).
K-tec Mixer Includes:
4 quart mixing bowl and lid Dough hook
Kneading arm Cookie whisk
64-ounce Bender jar with lid French whisk
1.8-peak horsepower motor at 1000 watts.
8 custom pre-programmed cycles with automatic shutoff.
Auto Knead function prepares up to 12 lbs. of bread dough
Mixing bowl and attachments are dish washer safe
No aluminum parts, 2-year parts and labor warranty,
extended 3 year on motor. 1 year warranty on blender jar .
$340.00 including tax
All prices include sales tax and shipping.
Sign-ups close May 23.
Food Storage Coop Guidelines 2010
All coop project information will be sent via email & only in ‘pdf’ & Microsoft Excel
format. You can download Adobe Reader free from the internet at www.abobe.com
which will preclude any conversion issues that may result with various computer
programs or operating systems.
All orders must be placed through a Ward Representative. We cannot take
individual orders. Remember that church guidelines do not allow for sales of goods
other than dry pack opportunities to take place within ward buildings. This is to
protect their ‘tax exempt’ status. Do your sign-ups via email and by word of mouth.
All projects will close on a Sunday with all orders and payments due to us by the
Wednesday following. This will allow you a couple of days to get it all together.
Send your payment along with the ‘master order form’ which we will send you in
Microsoft Excel format as a single page form; not to be confused with the group
spreadsheet. We do not need individual names and orders, just your bulk order
with your name and contact information. We will continue to send you a
spreadsheet to use for your convenience with your group orders. Just mail or drop
off your master order only and payment at our home. Don’t be late, keep us posted
via email or phone, we will not call you. Please do not ask us to tack-on additional
or late orders. Make your participants responsible to be on time for you.
Payment needs to be in the form of one certified bank or credit union check for the
complete order made out to ‘Irish Enterprises’. For sales tax purposes we funnel all
funds through our home business account. Be sure to include your name on the
check as ‘remitter’. We cannot accept personal checks.
You will be required to pick up your order on the assigned date and time or have an
alternate(s) pick it up for you. Please provide us with their name and current cell &
home phone number(s) in the event of scheduling changes or conflicts. We do not
have space or facilities to store any orders.
If you come across items appropriate for the coop, please contact us and we will
discuss the feasability of presenting it to the coop members. We are not liable in
any way for any product purchased through the group and all warranty questions
are referred back to the manufacturer. We do however, offer only items that we have
carefully researched, personally used, and feel confident about as well as focusing
on those items that are 'the basics' for food storage and emergency preparedness.
This is a ‘non-profit service project coop’ focused on helping us acquire the
essentials for food storage and emergency preparedness. We are not sanctioned
by the church, although they support our individual efforts toward temporal
preparedness. We are just a group of people who want to be prepared and need all
the help we can get doing it. If you have any questions, please contact us. Please
make our job manageable by following the above guidelines. We are family &
together we can all make it work.
Karen & Dave Gilmore
330 W. Center St., Kaysville, Utah 84037