I Need Your Help! {There could be $15 in it for you!}

reader surveyHey there! Can I have 5 or 10 minutes of your time? I really need your help!

It’s time for my annual Kosher on a Budget reader survey. Every year, I ask you to weigh in anew, because I want to constantly serve you better than the year before.

I utilize the anonymous results of this survey to help determine future content for KOAB – from the deals I post, to the features and special series I write.

So if you would please complete the Kosher on a Budget survey below, I would be most grateful. (Or you may click this link to fill it out – whichever is easier for you!)

As my way of showing my appreciation, I will be giving away (3) $15 Amazon gift cards to three lucky readers who have completed the survey.

To be entered to win, simply leave your email address on the last question of the survey.

On February 28th, I will randomly select three winners. If you are a gift card winner, I will notify you via the email address you submitted, so don’t use one you never check.

Thank you so much for your time and input ~ I appreciate each and every one of you!


  1. Enjoyed it mucho

  2. I thought of something after I finished it – if you have any advice on how to teach kids about money, shopping, household stuff, etc., I’d love to see more about how people tackle that kind of thing.

  3. Harvey Braaf says

    AS a senior (age 92) male, widower, keeping kosher, residing in suburban New Jersey, my major problem is finding kosher food outlets nearby. I tend to do a major shopping expedition monthly. I would appreciate any suggestions to ease the burden. Thank you.

    • I’m so honored to have you reading KOAB. I don’t live in New Jersey, but I would have thought that finding kosher items would be fairy easy in most areas. Shopping monthly sounds like a good solution. Do you have family nearby that can help with your weekly or in-between needs?

  4. Roberta Langman says

    I’ve enjoyed recipes, miscellaneous tips, and links to good deals but my kids are grown so I use less.

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