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  1. Blog
    An easy way to save on fruits and vegetables is to buy what's in season. Here's a guide to help you identify the best produce deals month-by-month: January oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, tangelos, lemons, papayas, cabbages: red, white and green; leeks, broccoli, cauliflower February...
  2. Homesteading and gardening
    25 June 2010 Vining Vegetables 25 June 2010 Vining Vegetables Vining vegetable vegetation spreads widely, and can smother other plants in a main garden. My method of growing is to plant these types in a bed of their own on the normal lawn area. The grass obviously grows high, but returns to...
  3. Drugstore & Grocery Store Deals/Product Reviews
    @ midwest Price Chopper stores. 1 lb bags of select varieties (corn, peas, mixed veg) on sale for 77c this week, use this coupon to save $1 off two bags and bring your price down to 27c a bag! https://www.facebook.com/BirdsEyeVegetables?sk=app_284993654848283 Coupon will print twice.
  4. Vegetarian
    Quick Moo-Shu Vegetables Recipe DescriptionThis was really yummy and quick. Preparation Steps: Level of Difficulty:Easy Time Needed: Ingredients:1 TBLS. dark sesame oil 2 large cloves of garlic, chopped 1 10 oz. bag of shredded coleslaw mix 1 8 oz. bag...
  5. Frugal Recipes, Leftovers, Budget Meals
    At our party Saturday, I had a veggie platter with celery, carrot, green, broccoli, red and yellow peppers. I chopped what ever was left over into a large (1/4 inch) dice and tossed it into my Dutch Oven with some olive oil and schmaltz (rendered chicken fat for those not in the know ;) ). I...
  6. Thrifty meals
    Good Ramen Recipe DescriptionAdding veggies and eggs to ramen makes it so much better. Preparation Steps:Dice veggies. Level of Difficulty:Easy Time Needed: Ingredients:cooking spray 1/8 cup diced onion 1/8 cup diced tomato 1/8 cup sliced halapeno dash pepper...
  7. Homesteading and gardening
    The first time I went to see my plot, it was totally underwater. After digging some trenches and waiting a week it was dry enough to plant. The soil seemed great. I didn't amend it at all, as I thought the city did that, I didn't have anything to amend it with and no muscle to go buy big bags...
  8. Freebies
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  9. Kitchen Basics
    I don't think you could pay me enough to eat beets, hominy, brussel sprouts and cream corn. And you?
  10. Casseroles
    Zucchini Casserole Recipe DescriptionEasy casserole! Preparation Steps: Level of Difficulty:Easy Time Needed:40 minutes Ingredients:2 lbs. sliced zucchini 1/4 c. chopped onion 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 c. sour cream 1 c. shredded carrots 1 8oz. pkg. herbs...
  11. Blog
    An easy way to save on fruits and vegetables is to buy what's in season. Here's a guide to help you identify the best produce deals month-by-month: January oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, tangelos, lemons, papayas, cabbages: red, white and green; leeks, broccoli, cauliflower February...
  12. Blog
    Confession time ~ I LOVE FRENCH FRIES! Can’t help it, I love them. I can’t eat them much anymore with this hinky gall bladder so I am always on the lookout for a decent recipe for a potato dish to take their place. I found one on allrecipes that sounded good so I adapted it to my likes...
  13. Homesteading and gardening
    Our neighborhood has mainly stray cats and bunnies (from across the street) with a few skunks roaming around in the spring and summertime. I have plans on putting tomatoes and other vegetables in the front yard when the ground gets to where it can be worked and the last frost has passed. I'm...
  14. Soups and stews Recipes
    Easy Beef Stew Recipe DescriptionThis is a simple beef stew that'll keep 'em coming back for more and more! Preparation Steps:Brown stew meat in olive oil. Cut up raw vegetables. Spray a roaster pan. Level of Difficulty:Easy Time Needed:Varied Ingredients:1...
  15. Homesteading and gardening
    I am trying to start my vegetable garden from seeks this year because it is so much cheaper than buying plants. But I am having the worst time getting them to sprout. :( Can someone please give me some pointers? I am trying to grow: tomatoes bell peppers string beans snap peas basil...
  16. Blog
    Water Drinking plenty of water every day helps the skin look soft, supple and more youthful. By keeping the body hydrated, your overall appearance will benefit, from improved skin texture, hair and nails. If you’re feeling bloated, it may be due to an increase of sodium in the body. Increase...
  17. Vegetable dishes
    Mixed Sauteed Veggies Recipe DescriptionA melange of vegetables that you have a 'onesy' of in your fridge. Served in a tomato-y sauce. This is one of my favorites. It tastes like homemade vegetable soup without the long boiling time. Preparation Steps:Peel and chop any veggies...
  18. Just Tips
    Hi there, I am thinking for a while about drying furits (apples, pineapples, apricots) and vegetables. Even to dry tomatoes would be much cheaper, then to buy them, they cost a fortune. Did anyone dry fruits and vegetables? Is it possible to dry them in the oven or it would be wiser to invest...
  19. Hot deals
    From what I've heard, the No Frills flyer has the vegetables on sale for $1.99. Use this coupon http://www.family.ca/winit/europesbest/Coupon.pdf and save another $1. Pretty sweet deal for 99 cents! I'm going to stockpile this deal! :-)
  20. Baking and cooking
    I have used several juicers over the years and found all wanting. Most are very difficult to clean and eventually one quits using them. Also they are wasteful in that the pulp (fibre) is not utilized. About 35 percent of the nutrients of fruits and vegetables exists in the pulp. This pulp is...
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