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The Two Week – Three Month Pantry

Well, we did it! The Two Week-Three Month Pantry ebook is finally finished and ready for purchase! Click on the link below to discover how this great system—with easy recipes, inventories and shopping lists included–can help busy people or beginning cooks: Do the grocery shopping faster, Gradually build up a reserve supply of real food […]

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Home Storage Centers

In your efforts to be more self-reliant and better prepared for some of life’s emergencies, many of you may not be aware of the following resource… The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints operates Home Storage Centers in various locations across the United States and Canada for the purpose of helping “…Church members and […]

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Medicinal Soup Recipe

To those of you who attended the recent “Making Homemade Soups & Breads” class, here is the “medicinal” soup I promised to share.  According to Consumer Reports, studies have shown that chicken soup actually does help “fight the common cold.”  This is done primarily by reducing the following symptoms:   “Inhaling the warm steam of […]

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Homemade Granola

HOMEMADE GRANOLA Plow through your favorite bulk-food section to find the following ingredients…and have fun gradually adapting the ingredients and proportions to suit your own taste. Ingredients: 6 cups old-fashioned, rolled oats (not quick oats) 1 cups raw, shelled, sunflower seeds 1 cup flaked coconut 1 cup sliced almonds ½ cup wheat germ or wheat […]

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In the Kitchen: Substitutions for Wine or Liquor in Cooking

One of the nifty tools that clever homemakers acquire over the years is a collection of substitutions for ingredients to use when preparing meals. Whether you lack a part of a recipe by chance (because you forgot to purchase the needed ingredient) or by choice (because you don’t use or can’t afford the called-for item), it’s […]

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Safety in the Kitchen (Part 2) –“4 Simple Steps” to Know

As noted previously, keeping our people safe from food poisoning is one of the most important responsibilities we have as homemakers.  To help you accomplish that objective, the federal government has condensed the current best-practices of food safety into Four Simple Steps: Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill.  Here are a few brief samples of what […]

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Safety in the Kitchen (Part 1) – New Guidelines

As a Homemaker, keeping your people safe from food poisoning is one of your most important responsibilities. Did you know that…? According to the FDA, “there are about 48 million cases of foodborne illness annually—the equivalent of sickening 1 in 6 Americans each year…” At greatest risk to the bacteria or pathogens that can contaminate […]

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5 Ways to Reduce Your Grocery Bill

————————————- ————————————- Hi Beverly, I hope things are going well. I haven’t been able to make it to one of your frugal grocery shopping seminars and was wondering if you will be teaching one again soon or could give me some pointers. I would like to do better in that area. I understand the basics of […]

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