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    Frugal Kitchen

    Includes recipes for homemade versions of store-bought items, as well as tips and substitutions for the frugal saver. [photo of: Substitute for Buttermilk]
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    Out of pumpkin pie spice and only need a little to get you through until you buy more? From Hamilton Beach web site a few years back.

    Recipe #107059

    ghee is wonderful for baking, frying, even taking straight for ayurvedic medicine. all the good fat is there without the proteinaceous impurities of butter. if you are a vata type like me, eating ghee often is enjoyable and healthful!

    Recipe #71031

    Make for yourself or as a gift. If you don't like the strawberry try Peaches & Cream or Lemon Meringue, adjusting the fragrance and the color, or make a blue and white version using a fragrance of your own choice. Note: Regarding to the review that uses Kool-aid I would like to say that I have never used that and I am not sure or it will leave stains.

    Recipe #44174

    This is fun to make with kids from start to finish especially when they see the birds coming to eat on something they made

    Recipe #74996

    We like to make these for gifts for birdlovers, and to decorate our trees with our grandchildren, in an effort to instill being kind to our feathered friends. Once they discover these, they should last for 2 months.You can find these small baskets at many craft shops

    Recipe #118841

    The baby oil gives this scrub a nice fragrance. If you want you can grind the oats in a coffee grinder.

    Recipe #59383

    Now that I make these, I won't settle for the ones in the store. (I originally got this recipe from Chef Doozer, now that she is at Zaar, it is sweet of her to review it for me!)

    Recipe #93223

    48 Reviews |  By Tish

    One of the easiest ways to save money on your family's grocery bill is by purchasing foods in bulk when they go on sale. When ground meat goes on sale, rather than just stocking up to store in the freezer "as is," many cooks find it helpful to prepare meat mixes for using later in their favorite family recipes. By preparing this recipe for All-Purpose Ground Meat Mix, you'll be ready to fix any number of tasty ground meat recipes without needing to brown the meat, onions and spices each time you cook. Not only will this technique save you money, it saves time too. The following recipe is from the book "Frozen Assets: How to Cook for a Day and Eat for a Month"

    Recipe #31008

    8 Reviews |  By ~jb4~

    An inexpensive way to make window cleaner.

    Recipe #52153

    37 Reviews |  By WJKing

    Very simple - and much-preferred in our home over store-bought. This was shared by my Amish sister-in-law. Hard to beat - and you can flavor it as you wish!

    Recipe #47780

    4 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    This is an easy way to make your own mascarpone at much less cost

    Recipe #114797

    this is non-edible..but makes your home smell absolutely wonderful..

    Recipe #135678

    I dont dread peeling eggs anymore. And No more waiting to peel eggs. Let me know if this helps!!! I got this from the Joy Of Cooking cook book.

    Recipe #159270

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