Just a few links I’ve enjoyed this past week:
::Struggling to instill contentment in your children? The Happy Housewife has some great insight here.
::Life as Mom shares here how to cook one night and eat for three nights. Now that’s my kind of deal!
::Wish you could come up with creative ideas to waste less food? Check out the plethora of ideas here from Planet Green.
::If you’re wondering whether using coupons and shopping sales is worth the effort, check out Saving Your Cents post here on ten items you’ll likely never pay for again if you use coupons.
::Heather wrote and said:
we go through tons of yogurt in a week. We buy organic dairy, so you
can guess how expensive that can be. Instead of buying $12 (are you
cringing, yet?) of organic yogurt a week, I buy a gallon of
organic milk at about $5.97 and use it to make yogurt in my slow cooker using this recipe. It makes about 13 cups of yogurt and supplies our family with yogurt for about 2 weeks. I do have to buy a “starter” quart of
yogurt, but this lasts a long time. It is very
easy to do and I was amazed with the results.
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