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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Shopping at the Amish Store

roadtrip to Ohio won't be complete  if we don't shop at the Amish store called the Swiss Village.  It is a bulk store where you can buy  pretty much everything  that most  made by the Amish community.  One of the many things e we bought there that I love  is the pudding mix with coconut, it was really good.  I wish that there is an Amish community nearby so we could go there anytime but it's a long drive from where we are.
 The kids love  roaming around inside the store because there are food  in every corner for tasting purposes.
 I love to get their pasta and coconut  oil because they are not as expensive as the ones you find in the regular store.
 Here's an example of a tasting corner.  Their salsa are really good.
If you love cheese, you can try different kinds.

The cashier gave both of the kids this wooden token for them to enjoy some perks when we come back and shop. They were told that they can enjoy an ice cream cone when they visit.

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Regine Karpel said...

Great.

Stacie said...

That's really cool! I love shopping at places like this. I love that down home feel and real food.

Vera Sweeney said...

That store looks like so much fun! Stores like that are the ones that I could stroll around in for hours and hours.

Karrie Truman said...

I have always enjoyed taking my kids to our local Amish Store. It supports them and provides me with wonderful and affordable natural products.

NPC said...

I haven't been to an amish store in ages. Seems like they still have great stuff.

Destany Pingle said...

What a nice place to visit. So many nice things to try.

Aziel Morte said...

Absolutely sound so cool! I want to shopping in this kind of store. Glad that you share this

Dogvills said...

All the stuff they have in there looks interesting. I haven't been to an Amish store and that made me curious. I wish there were one near us.

My Teen Guide said...

I think the tasting corner are generous. It's also a good idea because you will be sure what to buy. It looks awesome there!

Thirty Something Super Mom said...

This looks like a fun time. I have been meaning to check out our local Amish town, Kolona. I bet they have some great stores to shop at!

Ann B said...

It looks like they have a ton of great products to choose from. I would love to explore the store and buy some goodies.

Victoria Heckstall said...

Wow. That will be a perfect place for me. There are great products and I love the food tasting corners!

uprunforlife said...

This sounds like a fun outing. I haven't been to the Amish country but I would love to visit one day. They live a different lifestyle and I would love to see it.

Eileen said...

Looks like you guys had fun shopping there! It's nice to get products that are naturally made, you never know what kind of things get put into food these days.

Hil'Lesha O'Nan said...

I love Amish food! There was an Amish store/restaurant near me, but sadly, it's no longer in business. I loved that place!

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

Sounds like a really great shop. I would enjoy shopping for good there, I'm sure.

Krystal Butherus said...

What a fun place to explore! I know we have an Amish Bakery and restaurant near my home and I Feel like I should visit!

Tami Q said...

We have a similar store in the next town over. I need to remember to shop it more often.

Janice Lim said...

I'd love to visit and see an Amish community. I only see one on TV. Anyway, it's awesome that they have a tasting corner in their store. At least you get to see first if you like the taste of something before you buy it.

Stephanie Pass said...

This looks like a place I would love to visit. My mom went up to the Amish area in Pennsylvania, and I so wish I could have gone.

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